Marcell lives a quiet life, keeping the treats coming in his aunt’s bakery. He is well known for his manners, his shy demeanor, and his perfect cinnamon rolls. He’s a classic good boy, who has never stepped so much as a toe out of line.
The Withers Boys are the town bad boys—faerie half-brothers whose only talents are their green thumbs and an unmatched ability to cause trouble. When they’re not causing trouble, it’s only because the Sheriff has caught them for the moment.
But things are never what they seem in a small town, and it’s always the quiet ones…This is Book 4 of the Midsummer series, but can be read without reading the prior books.
Warning: This story features incest and a threesome.
A between the books short from the Pentacles of Magick series. Dennison Scott isn’t sure what’s going on between he and Jake, the hot bartender at Huey’s. But on a sultry night in the South, a little heat and magick can go a long way to figuring it out.
Eliza Gayle has entwined a short story teaser between witches, mortals and magick, as a short for the Pentacles of Magick series.
.Before coming north, Brandin of Lotin, a farmhand under the authority of the master Farrin, fought for his independence in the southlands. Battling against the tyrannical rule of Bradick of Thukra, leader of the central city of Alestha and the hopeful King of the region, Brandin risks everything for a chance at true freedom.This is the first of three short stories from the world of the forthcoming series “Kingdom of Ash,” to be released in autumn of 2012.
Each of Healey‘s releases are always a surprise, his writing does not fall into an expected mold. Alestha Kingdom of Ash is an intriguing teaser for his upcoming series of renaissance tales.