Four years ago, for a brief moment, Sammie Singleton became the muse of an artist she didn’t know. The moment vanished, and now Sammie spends her nights with a different man.
Her life is black and white. But she needs food for her soul to feel alive.
She needs color. She needs art.
Everything changes the moment she meets Thomas Quidell. Brilliant and talented, Sammie quickly realizes Tom is her artist–and the man she’s been fantasizing about all these years.
Tom offers her more than a lifeline. He opens her eyes to a new life. Vibrant, loving, fulfilling. But is she strong enough to take a chance?
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QUIDELL BROTHERS: (Contemporary Erotic Romance)
Daniel’s Fire (coming soon)
The FATE ~ FIRE ~ SHIFTER ~ DRAGON series: (Urban Fantasy Romance)
#0: Prolusio: Three Stories of Fates, Fire, Shifters, & Dragons
#1: GAMES OF FATE
#1.5: Conpulsio: A Novella
#2: FLUX OF SKIN
#3: FIFTH OF BLOOD (available Feb. 2014)
“Allegories of the Tarot”, an anthology of the Major Arcana, includes the Fate ~ Fire ~ Shifter ~ Dragon short story, “Dmitri and the Mad Monk”.
“Honey to Soothe the Itch” (Science Fiction)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
As a child, Kris took down a pack of hungry wolves with only a hardcover copy of “The Dragonriders of Pern” and a sharpened toothbrush. That fateful day set her on a path traversing many storytelling worlds–dabbles in film and comic books, time as a talent agent and a textbook photo coordinator, and a foray into nonfiction. After co-authoring “Mind Shapes: Understanding the Differences in Thinking and Communication”, Kris returned to academia. But she craved narrative and a richly-textured world of Fates, Shifters, and Dragons–and unexpected, true love.
Kris lives in Minnesota with her husband, two daughters, Handsome Cat, and an entire menagerie of suburban wildlife bent on destroying her house. That battered-but-true copy of “Dragonriders”? She found it yesterday. It’s time to pay a visit to the woodpeckers.