Six Sentence Sunday – Song of Love and War

Hi guys, happy Sunday! I am so excited – my m/m paranormal novella Song of Love and War releases today with Amber Allure! 🙂

Here are six sentences from where we left off last week:

The elf looked sideways at him. His eyes were all the shades of blue, changing constantly, like the emotions playing on his face – pain, grief, surprise, annoyance, bitterness. “What do you want?”

Good question. Thane rubbed his chin. “Are you all right?”


In the war against the androids, humans have one main asset: the assistance of a few elves wielding strong magic. When the elf protecting Thane’s squadron fails, all Thane’s comrades-in-arms die. Thane is sent to a spa resort to recover from physical and psychological traumas. Torn between blaming elves for his friends’ death and admiring their courage, Thane is intrigued when he meets an elf, Suresh, who seems to hide painful wounds. Suresh is beautiful and brave and soon wins over Thane’s heart – but who is he really, and can he and Thane find love?

Available at Amber Allure at this link

I also have another announcement:

My short story Angel Blood is now out in an anthology by Ravenous Romance which just released:

Three’s a Charm

I will be posting more about this in the next days. 🙂

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Six Sentence Sunday –

Hi guys, happy sunday! I will post another excerpt from my m/m urban fantasy novella “Song of Love and War” coming out August 28, 2011, with Amber Allure publishing! 🙂

If you remember, Thane, a human man, has just glimpsed Suresh, a handsome elf, at a hotel spa where he has been sent to recover from war trauma.Not everyone likes elves. Although some of them help the humans in the bloody war against the machines, most of them stay away, in their underground realms. So it’s not a big surprise when two men attack Suresh at the hotel bar. Before Thane has a chance to come to his assistance, Suresh takes action:

Then the elf whirled and kicked out, arms twisting, dark hair flying, in a blur of silver and black. The two men fell to the floor and stayed there, not moving.

Someone whistled.

The elf stumbled and caught himself on the bar counter, his long ponytail swinging like a cat’s tail.

Thane shot up from his chair. Something was wrong with the elf.


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