Prisoner of the Mountain Watch is my fantasy m/m short story, which you can download for FREE now from All Romance, Amazon, Kobo, and W.H.Smith (for UK Kobo downloaders). It is also available at Amazon.co.uk where we are working to get the price reduced to free. Design is by the very talented Ria Chantler.
Blurb: Once a great warrior, Ivenhal now leads a lonely existence, banished by his people because he’s lain with other men. When he captures an enemy elf, his life takes an unexpected turn.
An m/m fantasy romance from the author of the Greenwood series (Bound for the Forest, Bound to the Beast, Lord of the Forest.)
WARNING: This story is suitable for over 18s only (includes male/male sexual practices and light bondage.)
Lord of the Forest, my m/m spin on the Robin Hood legend is out now!
Lord of the Forest by Kay Berrisford. Genre: m/m, fantasy and paranormal with some BDSM and fetish elements. Novel length (60k). Art by Anne Cain.
Blurb: England, 1217. Dark forces are rising. In the Greenwood, foul spirits grow powerful, and greedy barons plunder the lands. Only one man dares fight back—Robin Hood.
Robin’s band of brothers is broken. Now a lone warrior, he denies his famous name and laments the friends and lovers he’s lost. When the fair folk capture Cal, a beautiful young forester descended from the Greenwood’s ancient protectors, Robin rescues him and forges a new alliance.
Despite a sizzling attraction, Robin senses Cal isn’t like his old comrades, and he’s right. Cal’s been raised as a royal spy. He plans to seduce and betray Robin, but can’t harm the man he’s falling hard for. Mistrust and arguments spill into passionate lovemaking, as Cal learns the meaning of loyalty, fighting beside Robin, the only friend he’s ever known. Even the enchanted forest seeks to bind Robin and the returned protector ever tighter.
Their connection will be tested by nature’s wildest forces, Robin’s past, Cal’s lies, and in a baron’s darkest dungeon. To survive, Robin and Cal must admit their love and embrace their true destinies. Only then can they save England and each other—and win their happiness ever after.
Have a great morning everyone :) Will be back later with some excerpts.