I took a step away from the Ebony Nights series to work on something new and completely different. And Voila! I’m happy to release The Deviant Underground, part one in my Time Bandit series.
I jokingly refer to this series as X-Men for adults.
It combines all the things I love–sexy romance, super powers, kick-butt women, a diverse cast of characters, action, adventure, and of course, explosions. It’s part superhero romance, part fantasy with strong romantic elements, and all fun.
Here’s the blurb:
Even with the ability to stop time, you still can run out of it.
Kathryn should be institutionalized or incarcerated.
That’s what happens to deviants–people born with unusual abilities. And if the government knew she can teleport and stop time, she can say good bye to her freedom. Not that her life is all that great anyway. Her inability to control her gifts forces her to keep everyone at a distance. Few friends. No meaningful romantic relationships. Until Susan introduces her to Charge, that is.
When the 6’4″ guy with the caramel-colored skin and million-watt smile shows up at her door, she lets her guard down. What she discovers is that her best friend and her new lover have gifts of their own, and there’s an entire underground network of undetected deviants living freely in society. Kathryn’s brought into the fold with open arms, and she’s finally found something she’s never had–a family.
But now, people are disappearing. Some come back weeks later with strange scars, sutured wounds, and missing limbs, with no memory of what happened. Some don’t come back at all.
When Charge becomes the next victim, Kathryn is willing to teleport to the edge of the world to find him, but confronting the mastermind behind the kidnappings puts her life in jeopardy. And when the rescue attempt goes horribly wrong, she wonders if dying might have been a better idea.
Warning: This book contains teleportation, mind control, and sparks that fly in sexy–and possibly deadly–ways.
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