Date: May 2020
Duration: 4 hours 32 minutes
Weird. Creepy. Frumpy. Boyish. At the young age of twenty-nine, reluctant necromancer Esper Jones is an outcast, labeled “the old witch on the hill” and avoided by all sane residents of the tiny village of Hellsfork Michigan. And that’s just fine with her. Dealing with people has all the appeal of poking her own eyes out.
But Esper’s quiet world is upset when a strange, beautiful man named Toma blows into town and destroys the walls Esper has carefully built around herself. Esper has never met another supernatural before, and she finds herself oddly drawn to the pretty medium who claims he can speak to ghosts.
Drawn into the medium’s crazy enthusiasm for rescuing people who are already dead, Esper finds herself traipsing through cemeteries and using the curse she has always hated to wake the dead and ask for answers. Because the ghosts of Hellsfork are restless, and only Esper and Toma can help put them to rest.
Fed up with the usual tropes in romance and reverse harem? People come in all shapes, sizes, personalities, and gender/sexual orientations.
*These novellas are between 35,000-40,000 words in length. There may be mild cliffhangers/segue into the next book with new issues arising.
*This author’s characters are as flawed and damaged as real life—do not read if you are easily offended by talk of past trauma of any kind. (No explicit scenes of this nature, generally, but they will talk about what’s happened in the past and it may be distasteful if you are easily triggered).
*Contains mature adult content, including but not limited to: graphic sex, adult language (that means swearing, folks) and fictional situations with mild gore and or action/violence.
*This is a reverse harem urban fantasy, and the author firmly believes love is love, and as such includes themes of: polyamory (multiple lovers), MF, MMF, MM, FF, and MMMFF love.