I write erotic romance stories set in the world of BDSM. There’s a lot of sex, but what my books really have is heart.
My new series Lawyer to the Doms is set in Washington, D.C., and features the super-hot super-lawyer Mackenzie Lyon—the go-to guy if you need legal help from someone who understands the BDSM scene.
My first series The Aerie Doms is based around a private BDSM sex club in Denver called “The Aerie.” The Doms are undeniably hot, but not necessarily looking for romance when they find it. The series includes a final short story called Roman and Juliet which you can read for FREE (it features several characters from the novellas in The Aerie Doms series, but can be enjoyed as a standalone romance).
In The Bequest (Lawyer to the Doms #1), Sara leads a double life: CFO by day, sexual submissive at night. When her Master dies suddenly, Sara discovers his will leaves her to his nephew, as though she’s a valuable piece of furniture. She’s ready to move into a hotel when she gets her first sight of the new owner, gorgeous six-foot-five Cal. Sara has a sudden desire to kneel at his feet. Only problem, he’s not a Dom.
Cal, a gifted but impoverished composer, barely knew his uncle. So it’s a shock to inherit Bruno’s fortune … and his sexual submissive. Under the terms of the will, they’ll have to live as roommates before Cal can deed the house to her. Smart, lovely and graceful, Sara drives Cal crazy with desire. Only problem, he’s not a Dom.
Cal is used to directing an orchestra to create the performance he wants, but he has to visit The Club to understand why Bruno left him The Bequest.
In The Negotiation (Lawyer to the Doms #2), a new sub at The Club seeks the perfect Dom …
Isabelle Peters spots the Dom she wants — darkly handsome Sebastian D’Alessandro. Seems he’s also the impossible-to-please Dom, and the most-likely-to-find-fault Dom. Doesn’t matter to Isabelle. She’ll show him she’s the perfect sub.
Sebastian wants nothing to do with Isabelle. She lacks the proper respect. But he agrees to do a scene with her. If she’s as good as she says, she “wins” a weekend at his place. If she fails — as he knows she will — he never has to touch her again.
Can two such different people work out a D/s relationship … or even love? That’s what the negotiation is for …
The Appeal (Lawyer to the Doms #3) is The Lawyer’s own romance story …
Mackenzie Lyon has a ferocious reputation in the courtroom and a fearsome reputation as a Dom in The Club, Washington, D.C.’s exclusive BDSM establishment. No one knows who broke his heart. All they know is that she’s dead…
Diana Truscott feels certain that walking into a dangerous situation will get her killed. Instead, she gets introduced to Mac Lyon, a Dom to heat her body and melt her heart. When she has to leave him, she leaves her soul behind.
What would happen if the woman Mac can’t forget were to return?
In The Locked Heart (The Aerie Doms #1), Damien takes advantage of a business trip to pick up a woman at a hotel bar for some vanilla sex. Darby surprises him by her eagerness to submit to his dominant nature. He can’t explain why she affects him as powerfully as she does, but when she shows up at The Aerie, the private BDSM club Damien belongs to, he enjoys her enthusiasm even as he’s convinced there can be no future between them.
Darby knows that Damien’s the only man she would submit to–and the only man she wants. She’s transformed when she’s near his dark power. Surely there’s a way to bridge the distance between them?
You can read a long excerpt here, but only if you’re 18 or older. (It’s pretty racy.)
In The Frozen Heart (The Aerie Doms #2), Jenna Greene didn’t join The Aerie to have close personal relationships, but she enjoys watching Master Kai, a happy-go-lucky Dom who likes to paddle willing subs. Their first scene doesn’t go well, but then Jenna asks Master K to teach her about submission. Kai is surprised but willing. He finds that kinky role-play works well, perhaps because neither of them had engaged in many BDSM-themed encounter.
But Kai wants more from Jenna. He just finds it hard to express what sort of relationship he hopes to have. And for Jenna, time with the sexy surgeon is haunted by her fear that she’s not what he needs. She doesn’t realize that she’s thawing out his frozen heart, one hot encounter at a time.
Here’s an excerpt … Remember, it’s very sexy, so only 18+ years old readers, please.
In The Secret Heart (The Aerie Doms #3), Angela Vernon returns to The Aerie, the club she’d left when she’d fallen in love with Xavier, someone else’s husband. She’s Mistress Angela now. Xavier may be a widower, but he’s still a Dom and she’s closed that chapter of her life.Time to see if she can just be friends with the only man she’s loved.
But when Xavier, who doesn’t have a submissive bone in his body, sees Angela in her Domme persona, he wants her enough to submit to her. This isn’t how Angela fantasized about being with Xavier, although the chance to take him to unimaginable heights of pleasure is irresistible. For Xavier, the power dynamics don’t matter; he’s confident that Angela’s still a sub at heart. He wants her…and in pursuing her, he has to deal with the secrets of his heart.
Here’s an excerpt. As always, it’s very sexy, so please be over 18 before you click!
In Roman and Juliet (The Aerie Doms #4), Juliet Howard is tired of being treated like a princess in the vanilla world, but The Aerie Doms don’t want to play with anyone so delicate. Then she meets Roman Grainger, a genuine cowboy complete with the boots and the hat. Maybe he’s the Dom of her dreams?
Roman isn’t sure what he’s doing at The Aerie. His divorce left him tired of the games women can play with a man’s heart…and his bank account. But Juliet is a dream come true: pretty, appreciative, and exquisitely responsive. In the real world, though, he’s not a Dom—so he leaves after just one night.
Can these two find common ground to explore what works for both of them?
I asked my publisher to make this book FREE so you can try out my writing with absolutely no risk. Just click on one of the bookstores below to download the book. If you like the story, why not try my other books in the series?