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The 7th of Victorica

Gadgets and Shadows | Book Two

A Harmony Ink Press Title

Gadgets and Shadows: Book Two

A Sequel to The 7th of London

Since Seven saved London and Queen Victoria, problems have begun growing in Victorica, formerly the free states of America. With government corruption running rampant and slavery becoming epidemic, rumors are flying about the Confederacy of the South building an army and threatening war.

Still haunted by the memory of his old enemy, Seven and his lover, Silas Kettlebent, are sent to investigate the growing corruption of the South, but they find that the problem runs deeper than they could have possibly imagined. Seven is determined to see not only the slaves freed, but the colony as well. It’s going to take the combined efforts of slaves, criminals, politicians, and Abraham Lincoln to avoid a devastating war, and if Seven has anything to say about it, to ensure the freedom of every single Victorican from British rule.

He’ll just have to do it while contending with the ghost of a previous enemy and another’s thirst for revenge.



Secrets | Book Three

Secrets: Book Three

Can two Doms open their hearts again for a young man desperately in need of their help?

Two years ago, Aaron Greene and Sam Thompson were devastated when their submissive broke the contract that bound the three of them together. They still wonder what happened and whether they can find a way to move forward. When Aaron finds a sick young man by the curbside, his protective instincts kick in, and after consulting Sam, he takes Tim home.

After being thrown out of his home, Tim Waterman finds himself on the street, doing whatever he needs to survive. Until a bear of a Good Samaritan scoops him up and saves him. Then one bear becomes two, and a chance discovery gets him thinking about what might be, if he’s bold enough to make a move.

So what happens when Aaron and Sam wake up one morning to find Tim naked in their bed? Will they get a new chance at life, or will history Threepeat itself?


Island Classifieds: Book One

His mother. His best friend. The barmaid at the local pub. Everyone is determined to find Nathan Moffatt a boyfriend. It’s the last thing Nathan wants. After spending every day making sure his clients experience nothing but romantic magic, the Granshire Hotel’s wedding organizer just wants to go home, binge watch crime dramas, and eat pizza in his underwear.

Unfortunately, no one believes him, and he’s stuck with lectures about dying alone. Then inspiration strikes. He needs the people in his life to want him to stay single as much as he does. He needs a bad boyfriend.

There’s only one man for the job.

Flynn Delaney is used to people on the island of Ceremony thinking the worst of him. But he isn’t sure he wants the dubious honor of worst boyfriend on the entire island. On the other hand, if he plays along, he gets to hang out with the gorgeous Nathan and piss off the owners of the Granshire Hotel. It’s a win-win.

There’s only one problem—Flynn’s actually quite a good boyfriend, and now Nathan’s wondering if getting off the sofa occasionally is really the worst thing in the world.


Seine Mutter. Sein bester Freund. Die Bardame im ortsansässigen Pub. Sie alle sind entschlossen, einen Freund für Nathan Moffatt zu finden. Dabei ist es das Letzte, was Nathan sich wünscht. Nachdem er jeden Tag dafür sorgt, dass seine Kunden nichts als romantische Magie erleben, möchte der Hochzeitsplaner des Granshire Hotel nur nach Hause gehen, sich stundenlang Krimiserien ansehen und in Unterwäsche Pizza essen.

Da ihm jedoch leider niemand glaubt, muss er sich Vorträge über einen einsamen Tod anhören. Bis er eine Idee hat: Er muss die Menschen in seinem Leben dazu bringen, ihn ebenfalls lieber als Single sehen zu wollen. Er braucht einen schlechten Freund.

Und für diese Rolle ist ein Mann perfekt.

Obwohl Flynn Delaney daran gewöhnt ist, dass die Bewohner der Insel Ceremony von ihm das Schlechteste denken, ist er nicht sicher, ob er die zweifelhafte Ehre annehmen möchte, der schlimmste Freund auf der gesamten Insel zu sein. Andererseits kann er, wenn er bei der Sache mitspielt, Zeit mit dem umwerfenden Nathan verbringen und gleichzeitig die Besitzer des Granshire Hotel ärgern – sehr lohnenswert.

Es gibt nur ein Problem: In Wirklichkeit ist Flynn ein ziemlich guter Freund, weshalb sich Nathan nun fragt, ob es tatsächlich das Schlimmste der Welt ist, sich hin und wieder von seinem Sofa zu trennen.