Willow Baxter is a painter, nothing more, living in Japan to study Sumi-e style painting. She’s never wanted anything more than to put her brush to canvas and create works of art, but one evening, she’s swept away by a man who is more than meets the eye.
Akira is a kitsune with a destiny behind him to find the odd-eyed woman who will carry his hoshi-no-tama and become his fox bride. As the two are thrust together, Akira has to learn that there is more to being a god than reveling in human debauchery, and Willow will have to learn to let go of her past in order to see a worthwhile future.
In Book one, we find famed witch Lia Babineaux and her demon familiar Seokjin on a mission to unravel the mystery behind the death of her mother and aunt. Meanwhile, Seokjin is forced to keep a secret from his witch mistress and lover that could force them apart.
In Book two, we find Lia, Seokjin, and Yin in the Underground on a mission to rescue Airis, the Fae prince, from the vampire lord, Albain. Things grow tumultuous for the trio, and soon the very secret that Seokjin fought to keep is revealed, threatening the relationship he has with Lia.
Keeping one foot on the mortal plane and the other in the Underground, she struggles to come to terms with who she is in this world, the lies she’s been fed, and her feelings for the demon whose role in her life has transformed into more than just being her familiar.
KyuBeom Yoon is known as the ice prince of the renowned K-pop group, C4. All he wanted was to get away from it all—the lights, the cameras, and the fame that comes with being an idol. And all he wants is Maya Campoy. With Maya, he gets the chance to feel normal, to be loved, to be happy…
Unfortunately, things don’t always go as planned. Years later, he finds himself on a radio show reliving a tale of love and heartbreak, wondering if, at the end of it all, she’ll give him another chance.
I love to dabble in the mythological and metaphysical. Ghosts, gargoyles, demons, witches and werewolves? Yea, let’s spice that up.
There is far too little romance where black women take the lead. Even less in worlds of fantasy. My desire to make this normal, because it is! I want to place us in positions of power where young black women can see themselves.
Taking a break from everything spooky, I enjoy writing realistic love stories. Colorism? Discrimination? It’s a realistic outlook on everyday situations, and I love shedding some light on it through a story.
I’ve always been a writer. My Pop-Pop was always my biggest fan and encouraged my love of reading. From my first stories about talking wolves to my first published novels with witches and lost love. Crafting an enchanting and riveting tale is nothing new to me.
As a black woman, I strive to put us on the forefront of romance novels. To put us in fantastical and daring situations that carve heroines everyone loves to read about.
Other than being a writer, I fancy myself quite the poet.
When I’m not doing anything that has to do with writing; I’m probably working, I teach the Humanities.