The Flesh Cartel Season 3: Transformation (with Rachel Haimowitz) | M/M psycho-sexual thriller | ~120,000 wordsRelease: Riptide Publishing, Summer 2013
With a wedge at last driven between Mat and Dougie Carmichael, courtesy of Nikolai
Petrovic’s expert manipulations, the brothers must each accept their new path forward: Dougie, a perfect slave, sweet and obedient and loving. Mat, a tightly reined dog, snarling and snapping but never allowed to bite.
Unfortunately, no transformation, however well planned, is without its growing pains. Mat’s leash is so tight it’s choking him. Dougie is tormented by a little voice inside his head—a fragment of his former self—that he cannot silence.
And Nikolai’s most difficult tests for the brothers are still to come.
The critical question isn’t whether they can pass those tests, but whether they even want to. Without each other to lean on and live for, a bleak future has become bleaker still. But Nikolai’s too good to let his slaves slip through his fingers—by death or by despair.
A noose, a nighttime sky, a shared lover, an unexpected friend. A foreboding forest cabin. A lavish party with all the debauchery Nikolai’s clientele could want. It’s all coming in season 3 of the Flesh Cartel.
Apple Polisher (Rear Entrance Video #1) | M/M contemporary | ~60,000 words
Release: Riptide Publishing, July 29th 2013
This straight-A student has a dirty little secret.Wallflower (Rear Entrance Video #2) | M/M contemporary | ~50,000 words
Christian Blake dreams of being a kindergarten teacher, but making the grade means maintaining a squeaky clean image: no drinking, no drugs, no swearing, no sex. And definitely no falling for his new roommate—tattooed bad-boy Max, who may or may not be a drug dealer.
Most of all, it means
no working at a porn store. But Christian’s aunt has cancer, and her beloved Rear Entrance Video will go bankrupt if Christian doesn’t take over managerial duties. Soon enough, Christian finds himself juggling sticky twenty-five cent peepshow booths, a blackmailing employee, and a demanding professor who likes to make an example of him.
And then there’s Max, who doesn’t know anything about the store, but hates Christian’s preppy sweater vests and the closet Christian forces him into when they’re together. Max just wants Christian to be himself—even though Max is keeping secrets of his own. Christian struggles to find the impossible balance between his real life and the ideal one he thinks a teacher needs to live . . . all while trying to keep his aunt’s dream alive without losing his own.
Release: Riptide Publishing, October 21 2013
Art student and MMORPG addict Robert Ng has always been a wallflower and a loner living in his beautiful older sister's shadow. Since graduating high school, he's made it his number one goal to make more (IRL) friends, starting with his roommates. Which is how he winds up working nights at Rear Entrance Video, shilling sketchy porn and blowup dolls as a favor. The longer he works there, though, the more he realizes that he's never going to be truly happy until he becomes the person he is online: his female persona, Bobby.
Bobby is cuter than he is, funnier than he is, and a thousand times more popular with boys. Becoming her IRL comes with its own set of challenges, though, namely the fact that being a part-time Asian girl may have its perks, but it's also got more than a couple of drawbacks . . . especially when you're sitting on the fence between two genders, but only one of them has caught the attention of your seriously cute customer/classmate.The Dom Project (with Solace Ames) | M/F BDSM Erotic Romance | ~57,000 words
Release: Carina Press, December 29th 2013
Robin Lessing is on the verge of the biggest breakthrough of her career; too bad her sex life is a mess. In her professional life, acting as Director of Special Collections for Saylor University in California, she's closing in on a never-before-seen erotic photograph collection of 1930s cult icon Irina Mareau, a woman popularly thought of as Bettie Page's predecessor.
Outside of the archives, she's known only as The Picky Submissive, after her blog of the same name where she details the sometimes hilarious mishaps of trying to find a suitable dominant in LA's BDSM scene. And lately, she's had a lot to post about.
Enter her best friend John Sun, a six foot tall, wickedly funny tattooed slacker working in Saylor's A/V department who's been helping her with the Irina Mareau acquisition and also just happens to be a dom. Not just any dom, but a highly experienced one, with no shortage of playmates, male or female... and now he wants to take on the challenge of The Picky Submissive. And unlike some previous applicants for the position, he's unapologetically non-telepathic.
Together, they come up with a new experiment for her blog: The Dom Project. For one month, John and Robin will try their hands at an absolutely-no-sex D/s relationship. After all, they're completely compatible in every other aspect of their lives, and John's an old hand at this domination and submission thing. If he can't dominate Robin to her satisfaction, maybe nobody can. Just two problems: if things don't work out with their contract, what will happen to their friendship? And if things do work out, what will they do when their month is up?