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I am just having a good time giving away FREE downloads! Earlier this week, it was my alter ego's erotic short, A Royal Scandal by Xaviera Snow, which is now in the hands of the sexy people who love free books. Now it's time for my horror/science fiction fiends.

Book II in the Harvest Trilogy, Celluloss, is FREE All Day Long! Go grab your free download and experience the horror as a government coverup from 1962 comes back to threaten the citizens of Schertz, Texas today. Secrets never stay buried....and when they come back, they're angry!

If you haven't yet read the first two books in this trilogy inspired by a TRUE event, then now is your chance. Harvest, book I, is now permanently available for only $0.99 on Check out where it all the town of Farley, Oklahoma. (Book III, Census, will be out December 2015)

Harvest is available in eBook, paperback, and audiobook on,, and iTunes.

Are you a fan of crime novels? How about crime novels with an erotic edge? Crime novels with an erotic edge situated in European cities? If your answer is "YES, please!", then you need to immerse yourself in my Kriminal Erotic series, Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown and The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss. Travel to Berlin and explore the erotic underground, but be careful, danger lurks in the dark hearts of men who desire that which they cannot have.

Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown:  The Dangers of Sex

Sarah Brown sets out on a journey to sexual self-discovery and falls face first into danger. In Barcelona, Anthony de Luca, an author and photographer unleashes the full force of his charm that threatens to steal her heart, a prize he openly admits he doesn’t want. Still, she can’t resist him, and finds herself experiencing the heights of ecstasy and the lows of heartbreak as her lover leaves without a word. In Berlin, Paul Christiansen, a handsome Dutch lothario with a sordid past works his wiles to seduce her body; while in the shadows, a predator stalks a young boy close to Sarah determined to get what he wants or kill anyone who gets in his way. One of her two lovers has led a dangerous criminal straight to her door, but which one? And who can she trust? Will Sarah survive or will she lose both her heart and her life to desire?

The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss:  New Career, Same Kriminals.

From spanking bad men to arresting them, Elsa Kreiss’s life takes a sharp turn from enforcing the rules of her dungeon to enforcing the rules of law after she joins the German police force. An unsolved case of three missing girls from Charlottenburg pulls her mentor, Kommissar Joseph Heinz, back into the dark abyss just as love finds him. While he searches for a killer, she fights an attraction to a very bad boy. Lukas Trommler is everything she likes in a man; cocky, confident, and hot. An art buyer at a local gallery, Lukas exudes culture with an edge of danger. He invites her into his world where she comes face to face with a familiar monster, Yuri Ivchencko, one of the most powerful and wealthiest men in the world with ties to the Russian mafia. His obsession with the sick and twisted side of human nature expressed in art offends Elsa, who doesn’t hesitate to say so. Her outburst lands her squarely on his radar.

A note signed by none other than Ivchencko is delivered to her hands. Their worlds are about to collide, and not everyone will survive. Can Elsa trust Lukas or is he far more dangerous than she imagines? What does Ivchencko want of her, and how is he connected to Lukas? Who is the killer, and who will be killed? Time is running out, and Elsa must embrace her inner dominatrix to save her friends and family.

And if you love a murdery-mystery, check out the short story kickoff to my new series coming in December 2015, The Ghosts of Cardiff - Murder in the Vale: The Beginning.

In between folklore and evidence, a forbidden attraction develops as the handsome priest, Father Cai Sayer, and the jaded detective, Sheila Leeds, find themselves sucked into a forty-five year old murder mystery. Who killed Jameson Putnam and Philippa George in Llandaff Cathedral, and why?


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