"Steamy, sensual, and dangerous...Dark and delicious."—Fresh Fiction on The Goblin King
The Man of Her Dreams
He is like a prince in a fairy tale: tall, outrageously handsome, and way too dark for her own good. Amanda has been hurt before, though. And with her daughter's illness, the last thing she needs right now is a man. But the power of Dai King is hard to resist. And when he threads his hands through her hair and pulls her in for a kiss, there is no denying it feels achingly right.
In a Land of Nightmares
After being trapped in the Shadowlands for centuries with the goblin horde a constant threat, Dai revels in his newfound freedom back in the human realm. But even with the centuries of magic he's accumulated, he still doesn't know how to heal Amanda's daughter—and it breaks his heart. Yet for the woman he loves, he'd risk anything...including a retun to the Shadowlands.
Husk follows The Goblin King with an even more ponderous paranormal. Her premise holds promise: a goblin prince returns to the human Fixed Realm after millennia of banishment and feels a deep connection with a human woman. Unfortunately, Dai s internal angst-fest over actions he undertook to protect his family, first from the Romans and then in the Tartarus-like Shadowlands, constantly disrupts the narrative flow. Dai kept himself and his brother alive for 2,000 years by becoming a warrior scholar of magic, but in the Fixed Realm his experiments with magic are dangerous to Birch Trustees, a secretive organization that confiscates his books and monitors his activities. His love interest, Amanda, has something like agency, but the emphasis on her sad lot in life (widowed while six months pregnant, now mother to a frail and sickly child) is as painfully unsubtle and uninteresting as Dai s self-flagellation.