At present, all of my books include at least one on-page sex scene. Swearing also included.
Falling for Cryptids Series
Falling for Cryptids, Book 1
Yuri is shocked with the news that his relationship is over – on a mountain, halfway around the world from home, in the dead of winter. Fleeing the emotional fallout, Yuri injures himself and wakes up in the mountain home of…a yeti?
Muunokhoj has been curious about humans since first seeing some in his youth, but as a yeti he can only observe from a distance. When a distressed backpacker collapses near his home, he cannot leave the human freeze, so he takes the unconscious human home.
After a shaky start, their friendship is tested by the inevitability of Yuri’s departure. But where is home for Yuri now?
Content notes: Protagonists discuss wanting children and the possibility of not being able to have them.
Falling for Cryptids, Book 2
Simon just wants to focus on his trees and the data they’re giving him, but a careless tumble on the hiking trail results in an impromptu campout with a shy and lonely sasquatch. A sasquatch he soon realizes he doesn’t want to say goodbye to.
Gala is trying to survive after a terrible loss, and the sight of Simon poking at trees in the forest intrigues him. Unable to resist the pull of the curious human, Gala eventually reveals himself, and finds comfort in the friendship Simon offers him.
But the burgeoning feelings between human and sasquatch might not be enough to keep the forest-dweller and the city-dweller together, no matter how much they might wish it otherwise.
Content notes: Gala experiences homelessness (in a sasquatch context) and food insecurity. Discussion of wildfires causing destruction of forest habitat.
A Sexy Best Friend’s Sibling Novella
Landon agreed to let his best friend’s sister crash with them, but six months of coping with her messes and trying to ignore his uncomfortable crush on her have taken their toll, and Landon’s losing patience fast.
After college, Hyacinth is broke and in debt, so she’s definitely taking advantage of her brother’s hospitality. Besides, leaving would mean missing the eye candy that is her brother’s best friend every day.
They’ve spent six months antagonizing each other, but one moment changes everything for both of them.