“…Five men, five pasts. When they entwine together, only then can love flourish. An entertaining story that will appeal to those who love their vampire tales.” – Susan Mac Nicol, author of ‘Double Alchemy’
Daniel Poole is a man on the run – from his ex-lover, from his civil partnership, from life itself. His flight takes him to his home city of Liverpool, to a job at the university, and to his old passion for dressing up. Colleague Edmund sends him to the Fallen Angel, a gay club that specialises in New Romance. There Daniel starts to live again.
He meets and falls for two different men: elfin Nick and the stunning Vincent, who take him under their wing. But when Vincent attacks him and drinks his blood, it’s left to grave young stranger Michael to help.
As rumours sweep the city of men being murdered, Daniel begins to fear for his sanity as well as his health. Who is the mysterious master who appears to control Vincent and Nick? And what is the link to the famous Ninth Legion of Rome, which disappeared?
Only by going back to what he fears most will Daniel find the answers he craves, and someone to fill his lonely sky.
Echoes of Blood is available as an e-book on Kindle.
Got Ghosts? You will have! Fiona’s paranormal romp of a novella is available now from Fox Spirit Books and features ghosts, happy and unhappy mediums, missing paintings, and yet more ghosts as a TV production company comes to film at the haunted Greystones Manor.
“Some psychic you are, darling – you didn’t see that one coming!”
Haunted manor house Greystones Hall is filled to the brim with ghosts. It’s also falling to bits, and artist owner Emily doesn’t have the money to refurbish the place. When the makers of hit TV show ‘Got Ghosts?’ offer to pay for a weekend’s filming there she jumps at the chance, even though she and her ghostly grandfather Gramps have reservations.
The reservations seem to be misplaced when the film crew swing into action, and producer Carl turns out to be dark, handsome and very available. But Emily soon starts to have doubts about the methods they use, which Carl won’t discuss. Then the show’s resident medium Stella stirs up a new and malevolent spirit, revealing a dark secret at the heart of the house that has been hidden for centuries. And when Emily’s own safety is threatened, together with that of her ghosts and her beloved Gramps, will it be Carl who comes to the rescue, or someone much more unexpected?
“… laughs as well as chills and a very sweet and fluffy resolution.”
“Great little ghost story with wit and chills.”
“The people I work for don’t have feet, but if they had they’d have shuffled them.”
Fiona’s fun, tongue-in-cheek alien romp The Boyfriend From Hell, where nothing and nobody is quite what they seem, features in the Fox Spirit Books Shapeshifter anthology. This is a neat, arty pocket-sized book simply stuffed with great stories about shapeshifters from all over the world.
It’s not that simple any more. Here are werewolves, skin walkers, demons and unknown dangers. Nothing can be relied upon, not species, not shape, not gender.