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Subject matter deals with the consensual sexual practices of adults in the forms of
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Praise for the writing of
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-- Fallen Angel Reviews

"..beautifully moving in all the
right places...KC Kendricks
gives us a well-crafted tale"
- The Romance Studio

"Good to the last word...."
- Sensual Reads

..."Seriously entertaining and
totally engaging..."
- Joyfully Reviewed

"...solidly written
contemporary romance..."
Now available!
Fly By Night

Lieutenant Fallon Roxbury has a few secrets. His lover
Sundown is a shapeshifter, and the entire Clan is
under Fallon’s protection. He can usually handle the
job but the universe has conspired to align a few
unusual events.

A body was found at the old rail yard
where the shapeshifters once had a village, the clan’s
nestlings are about to mature, and his lover and his
police partner are suddenly behaving like best friends.

What's a cop to do when the truth takes a
shift that's stranger than fiction?
Shapeshifters, that is.
The truth is a rare commodity.

Sam Breeden is a highly skilled operative known as SABRE.
Genetically engineered, Sam is very good at what he does, but
his propensity to act on the truth, and not his orders,
continually lands him on the bad side of his handlers. When he’
s instructed to find, and eliminate, a mythical assassin known
only as Absinthe, Sam quickly becomes aware all is not as it
seems. He suspects the evidence against Absinthe was planted
and goes against his orders.  

The man called Absinthe holds the key to Sam’s past. He inserts
himself into Sam’s orbit – and bed – with the intent to lead Sam
to the truth. He’s not guilty of the crime, but he’s far from
innocent. He knows Sam’s been played by his agency and the
path to their survival means walking a crooked line.

Finding the truth isn’t easy, and believing it is even harder. Sam
and Absinthe make a desperate play for freedom, because if
they can’t get free, they can never be together.
Suspense / Spy Games
First Edition
Just released!

Eye of the Beholder

Some neighbors share more than others...

Andy Madison is city born and bred. Filling in for a friend at a
coffee shop, Andy meets Ben Hardin and sparks fly.

They spend a long, lazy Sunday afternoon together to get to
know each other, and when they decide to let nature take

its course, they go to Ben’s cozy apartment.

Ben’s taking his time becoming acclimated to his new life in the
big city. He’s got a great job he loves, he’s making new friends,
and his starter apartment has the most incredible views a young
man could dream of. Ben’s discovered there’s more to admire
than the arts, music and architecture. All he has to do is look out
his window and across the narrow alley.

Andy thinks he’s seen it all living in the Big Apple, but what he
spies through Ben’s window is something that can only be
enjoyed by the eye of the beholder...