Gift Wrapped. Holiday BDSM Story. JMS Books. December 14 2014.
On the surface, Jenny and Norah have what looks to be the perfect arrangement. Jenny is a biology professor, while Norah still lives off her trust fund. When Jenny can’t find the one gift she wanted for Norah, she finds holiday spirit disappearing. Luckily, Norah has already prepared the perfect gift for Jenny: herself.
Not About Love. Contemporary Valentine’s Sweet Romance. JMS Books. February 15th 2015.
Mai Nguyen has always loved comic books. What she didn’t expect to love was writing fan fiction about comic books and finding someone else to do it with. Though an ocean separates Mai from Kate, the two form a strong friendship and an even better story. But as Valentine’s Day grows closer, and the climax of their story grows more intense, Mai finds her feelings for Kate changing.
The Trouble With Wolves. Erotic Fantasy Lesbian Romance. JMS Books. March 2015.
In a modern fairy tale world, the victims of villains all seek refuge at a support group. Poppy, formerly Little Red Riding Hood, hates the dull lectures until she sees Susan, a woman who built her house out of straw. Both of them decide that instead seeking therapy, the quickest way to solve their trouble with wolves is to take the beast out of the picture entirely.
Looking Back. Contemporary Erotic Transgender Romance. JMS Books. April 2015.
Nina Johnson is a fan of new starts. Ever since coming out as a transgender woman, she’s been used to cutting ties and burning bridges whenever people get too close or voice their concern over who she is. When Nina goes to cut her long, red hair, she begins to look back on her life and reflect on her choices. Alejandro, her stylist, makes her wonder if living alone is really all it seems to be.
The Flower Duet. Contemporary Erotic F/F Romance. JMS Books. March 2015.
Teddie owns a sex shop and frequents the The Nightingale hotel looking for special clients to sell to from her bag of toys. When she stumbles upon a sports car convention and a gorgeous women in a gold dress, she believes she’s hit the jackpot. Margot has no interest in the family car business whatsoever–but Teddie’s toys interest Margot far more than she thought possible.