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Out soon: Song of the Argyle Goddess

Collected for the first time ever, Agent Kitty Kennedy’s most electrifying stories! 
Kitty Kennedy, top agent with the Sexual Intelligence Agency, has travelled the world, saving it from threats both foreign and domestic. She knows her way around a gun, a rival spy—and the most tantalizing areas of a man’s body. No one can stop her from finishing a mission, no matter how hard they may try.

Bringing together your favorite Kitty Kennedy stories—along with an all new tale—Song of the Argyle Goddess demonstrates what it is we love most about Agent Kitty Kennedy.

Soul of the Mutant—never before published!—pulls Kitty back in from civilian life, challenging her to stop a disgraced ex-executive before he ejects his risky, toxic elixir into the water supply and infects a whole city.

Lion-Women of Chicago is Kitty’s most exciting tale, forcing her to tame her wild instincts and go up against a pride of bestial women and the cold-blooded pig of a leader pushing them toward corruption.

The Lamen…

2019: Year of the Cactus Cat

It's 2019! I didn't accomplish much of what I wanted in 2018, I barely made any money off my writing, I didn't lose any weight, and we're super in debt. Let's do this!

Every year, my friends and I choose a mythical beast as a sort of mascot for the year to come and this year I've chosen the Cactus Cat. It's a little known cryptid from the American southwest and is possibly even total BS made up only recently by cowboys for fun, but who cares? I like the general sentiment of the cactus cat and hope that my 2019 goes along its spirit.

The cactus cat is apparently a cat-shaped beast made out of cactus that rolls up to cacti in the morning, slashes them open with its dangerous tail, and then waits for the night to hit. It drinks the fermented cactus water, gets blitzed, and parties. It doesn't really cause trouble, as long as you don't piss it off and as long as you stay out of its territory, but it WILL beat you up if you displease it. Cactus cats also…

Out just in time for Christmas: Suckered In

Cozy up with a cup of marshmallow-packed hot cocoa and read about Gwen's adventures at sea!

Suckered In
Christmas should be about Santa Claus and feasting, not sea creatures and freezing to death.

Easily bribed with sex and chocolate, Gwen finds herself shipwrecked, frozen, and screaming for her life across the churning waves. Owen asked for her help on what was supposed to be a simple job, but nothing goes as planned when Gwen is involved. Once the mermaids show up, they both realize the chocolate's not the only thing in danger of ending up at the bottom of Sound.

Luckily, Christmas miracles sometimes come with tentacles.

Suckered In takes place after Hollow Back Girl

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Out Halloween! The Godfather's Naughty Daughter

Get ready to get your socks knocked off come Halloween: The Godfather’s Naughty Daughter, another collab with Amber Morgan, is ready for pre-order!

A mob princess on the run must confront her father’s enemies…and her own desires.

Rosalind grew up in the mob, a willful girl who knows her way around dangerous men. When the time comes to leave the family, to strike out on her own, she knows it's for the best that she leave that life behind. Too bad her father's enemies have different plans.

Cyrus is a wicked man with an eye on ruling the city, and no qualms about shamelessly using others in his quest for power. Andre is a dirty cop with a heart of gold who's sick of seeing his city kicked around by the mafia. In Rosalind, both men see a way to take down the most corrupt gangster around—Rosalind's father, the great Don Savino.

Trapped between two magnetic men, Rosalind must figure out how to balance her new life and her old, deciding at great threat to her own well-being how …

Coming Soon: Hollow Back Girl

Hollow Back Girl
Gwen’s back home for the worst birthday of her life.

Yes, it’s nice to see her family, great to get presents, and exciting to find that her uncomplicated, unlabeled friend with benefits just so happens to be in the area. But her mother loves feeding her vegetables, Gwen can’t go two minutes without fighting with her father, and her bed buddy is also a mercenary in town on some dangerous business.

Not only has something in the forest has been kidnapping hikers, but there’s a weird flu going around that seems suspiciously resistant to hot tea and cold medicine. Shops are closing, streets are emptying, and Gwen’s on the case, whether she likes it or not.

What was supposed to be a relaxing vacation has turned into a nightmare of midnight treks through the woods, grumpy sasquatches, and a rival mercenary who may be more trouble than whatever has it out for the townsfolk.

At least there’s cake.

Out September 14th! Watch for buy links for Kindle and Paperback.

Out Tomorrow: Knell, the final story in Finn and Veruca's trilogy

It starts with a trail of bodies, and things get so much worse. 

The Prince of Hell's come with an assignment, asking Veruca to help him track down and protect a banshee from the queen of all Fairy. She's the best suited for the task, both because she's a badass Reaper with friends in low places, and because of her deep connection to a certain special necromancer. Knowing Belial wouldn't give her an impossible task, she agrees. 

One by one, things go sideways, putting those she loves in grave peril, stripping away her support structures, and leaving her out in the cold. 

Cruelly separated from Belial by powerful Fairies, the danger of the hunt, and a newfound knowledge that threatens her very sanity, Veruca must rely on only her wits and her friends to survive. In the end, it all comes down to hard choices she never thought she'd have to make—and asking herself if loving Finn is really worth the world itself. 

Out August 2nd! Buy on Amazon | Evernight.

RIP Lump

Another sad day.

Just about two weeks ago, we found out that Lump, everyone's favorite hobo throw rug, had nodules in his lungs. He'd already been eating less and less and acting like he was in a bit of pain, so I had a feeling that this was the end, that the cancer that had gotten his sister had caught up with him. We did what we could, medicating him, spoiling him, spending all the money we could throw at the problem trying to help and hoping the nodules were only pneumonia, but they weren't. After a week, when he'd stopped eating altogether, we knew he was ready to say goodbye.

Somehow it was harder to lose him than it was to lose Snap, I think because losing him was like losing her all over again. He was sort of the last tangible bit of her we had, so now that he's gone, we have to really admit she is too. Plus, I adopted him, Snap, and Martin all together 16 years ago, and it's a hard reminder that Martin, as the oldest of the three, is likely nearing the…