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LEVADE now out!


My (er, Evey's) new e-book is out from Loose Id! If anyone would like a review copy of this or its predecessor, Capriole, just holler. Also, my good friend Jessica Freely (aka Anne Harris) is hosting me and Carrma over on her blog, and all you have to do is leave a comment for a chance to win a copy of both books.


Felipe’s world is shattered when he receives word his lover Lukas is dead, presumably swept away at sea. Grieving, he struggles to control the psychic gifts he was born with and trains to become a Warden—someone who hunts incubi and protects their sexually voracious half-human offspring. Despite erotic temptation and misadventure, Felipe never loses hope of reuniting with the man he truly loves.

Aided by Lukas’s herd of Lipizzans, Felipe learns that Lukas is alive and initiates a rescue. Their reunion does not go well. Lukas can’t remember Felipe nor can he answer questions about where he’s been. Despite Felipe’s repeated seduction attempts, Lukas’s condition deteriorates until he’s more horse than man.

Heartbroken, Felipe is afraid that unless Lukas can come to terms with the devastating truth of who—and what—he is their love will be lost forever.

Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, violence. While this book is primarily male/male, there is some m/f sex.


Heh. I think that's the tamest warning I've ever gotten from them.

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