EXCERPT: Murder at the Green Lantern – A Gay Mystery/Thriller by Alex Morgan

MURDER AT THE GREEN LANTERN

by Alex Morgan

Release date: 9 July 2014

ISBN: 978-1-925180-13-8

Sub-Genre: Mystery/Suspense, Series, Short Story/Novella, Thriller/Horror,

Length: 41,700 words

Formats available: e-book only

Blurb:

After a fetish party at a gay bar in Washington, DC, a young man is murdered and left nailed to a St. Andrew’s cross. Paranormal gay sleuth Corey Shaw thinks someone has passed a divine judgment on him, and may be sending a signal to other gays in the city. The mystery leads him on a trail from a leather bar in the nation’s capital, to Boston, and to the hallowed halls of the U.S. Senate.

Following on from his first mystery Breathless, Corey Shaw returns for more erotically-charged thrills and steamy suspense.

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Excerpt:

As Corey looked into the room beyond, his breath caught in his throat at the horrific scene just a few feet inside the glass. The young man nailed to the St. Andrew’s cross was naked and blood from a huge gash in his throat drenched the lean muscular body. Nails had been driven through this wrists and feet, which were also bloodied. Corey sickened at the sight of the poor soul.

“We’re calling the night crew to see if they saw or heard anything when they closed,” the detective said when Corey returned to the first floor. “Maybe someone remembers him from last night.”

“I saw him.”

Detective Nash whirled around on him. “You did?”

“For a while,” he answered. “I remember him very well. He was flirting with everyone, including me. Asking for drinks and suggesting that he may reciprocate, if you get my drift.” That memory now seemed to be years ago and the fresh face of the young man was a stark contrast to the ghostly white specter he just saw.

“Not really.”

“Buy him a drink and he may go home with you.” Corey turned to face the detective squarely in the eyes. He understood. This was no mere wallflower. The victim made himself an easy target. If he teased someone and then rejected him, that could provoke a murderous ire in some people.

“Did you buy him a drink?”

Corey glanced at him sharply. That was an inappropriate remark from one law enforcement officer to another. But the detective’s expression showed Corey that he meant no disrespect. Just curiosity. Or was it something else? His earlier question about the Psionic Corps’ interest in the case hinted that he may have misgivings about Corey’s paranormal abilities.

That’s it, Corey thought. Since by his own admission at being at the scene of a crime shortly before it occurred, the detective considered him to be a suspect. He was not offended, because he would be suspicious if the positions were reversed.

“He was so plastered by the time he made it to me, he could barely stand up. I’m not picking up a drunk no matter how cute he is.” Corey spoke matter-of-factly so Nash could get the point. He could tell by the slight change in the detective’s posture and the tone of his voice, Corey thought he did. Even after his stout denial, he didn’t look placated.  “But plenty of other guys did.”

“If he was so drunk, why didn’t you offer to take him home instead of having him drive?” Detective Nash asked in a mean voice.

“I’m not a taxi service, detective. He wasn’t showing any indication he wanted to leave, certainly not unaccompanied. I knew he’d find a ride. In more ways than one.”

“Maybe he did but with the wrong person,” Nash grumbled.

Now he’s shifting his anger and judgment to the victim, Corey thought. “He may not have found someone at all.”

“I doubt if they would’ve closed up if there were still customers in the bar, so he must’ve left with someone, who brought him back here and murdered him.”

“It’s too soon to be jumping to conclusions like that,” Corey said, surprised that Nash made the comment.

“So you think it wasn’t someone here at the Green Lantern?” the detective snapped.

“I’m just saying we can’t limit our search to the guys that were here last night, detective.” Corey responded.

The interrogation of Chauncey was finished and he stood behind the bar as Corey approached. He hurried over, extending his hand. “Hi, I’m Chauncey Avant the manager of the Green Lantern. Did I see you here last night?”

Corey introduced himself and Chauncey’s eyes grew wide in surprise when he heard the Psionic Officer title.

“Do you recognize the victim?”

Chauncey shook his head. “I didn’t see his face.” He shuddered at the recollection. “As soon as I saw…him, I ran out of the room and dialed 911.”

“Remember the skinny twink wearing only red gym shorts and the Celtic knot work tattoo around his right bicep?”

Chauncey searched his memory.  “You mean Aiden?”

“Maybe. He didn’t introduce himself to me. Are there many other guys that come in here dressed like that with that tattoo?” Corey gave him a minute.

“It’s gotta be him then.” The manager choked a little as he lowered his head.

“I take it he was a regular?”

“Almost every weekend.” Chauncey pulled himself together. He wasn’t trembling any more.

“Did you know him well?”

“Not outside of the Green Lantern. I only knew him as Aiden. I’m sure there are plenty of guys that know him better.”

Of that, I have no doubt, Corey mused. “I noticed that he was very popular.” He emphasized the last word with raised eyebrows.

“If you mean ‘slut’, yes. He was always bragging about how many men he slept with,” Chauncey said sneering. “I don’t think he ever brought money with him. He always wore those skimpy shorts that obviously didn’t have a place for his wallet. He could get anyone to pay for his drinks. All he’d do is rub that flat stomach and his crotch up against them and he got what he wanted.”

“Did he ever return the favor? Like he intimated to me?” Corey wasn’t ready to admit he almost fell for Aiden’s game.

Chauncey brushed some imaginary crumbs off the bar. “Yes and no. Aiden liked to tease the older guys, the uglier ones, the ones he thought didn’t have a chance in hell of getting picked up. He’d make them think they could take him home, but usually he went after the young, good-looking guys. The muscular, beefy men. Those were the ones he left with.”

Purchase at Wilde City Press:

http://www.wildecity.com/books/gay-erotica/murder-at-the-green-lantern/#.U9O_qzd0zIU

 

Murder at the Green Lantern is the second novel in the Corey Shaw mystery series by Alex Morgan

http://www.wildecity.com/books/gay-erotica/breathless/#.U9PDKTd0zIU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 Rainbow Award Winner for Best Gay Mystery/Thriller – Author AJ Rose

AJ, thank you so much for taking time to answer some questions for members of the Gay Mystery-Thriller-Suspense Fiction Facebook group. 

Interview conducted by Jon Michaelsen

 

Let’s start off with, where do you live?

I live in that perpetual state of crazy, pretty much a slave to the voices in my head that are sometimes so loud, I can’t sleep unless I get up and write some of their shit down. It’s the land of more ideas than I could possibly write, and it’s a blast (most times).

If that’s not exactly what you meant, the boring answer is in the Midwest.

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Without getting too personal, would you share a little about your home life?

I recently moved and acquired a house and three pets, two dogs, Kelly and Calypso, and a cat, Biscuit. I prefer to call the cat Bastard, because he likes to joke that he loves me, as if winding around my ankles on the stairs is a hug and cuddles. The dogs are great fun, and other than toxic farts, I’m sure the cat has somehow orchestrated to gas me to death, I’m glad I have them. They keep it interesting, especially Calypso, with her random clumsiness and sweet face. I have a day job, one whose bridges I hope to burn soon-ish so I can write full time and pretend it’s work. (It is hard work, but it’s also the most fun I’ve ever had.)

What would you say is your greatest accomplishment to date? 

Being *this close* to accomplishing my dream of writing books full time. There are so many talented writers who don’t get the recognition they deserve, who open a vein and bleed on the page, only to get very little exposure. I am well aware how incredibly lucky I’ve been, and for those who have emailed me in support, to tell me they have been moved by my writing, or that I am one of their favorites, I am forever humbly grateful. They are the most rewarding part of this endeavor.

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Is the partial face/“blue eye” photo used on your Goodreads, Facebook & Website profiles of you? I’ve seen your fans ask for more – are you planning to reveal all? 

No, the eye has become my brand, and from what I can tell and readers have told me, it’s recognizable on sight. Someone sent me a link to a site that had used the same photo only with green instead of blue, and they were very upset that someone had taken what was “mine.” So as far as I can tell, it’s working. Plus, I was always mesmerized by Sauron.

The truth is, I’m uncomfortable with my face online. As some of my readers know, I suffer from pretty invasive anxiety, and the thought of having that much revealed about me leads me to unhealthy places. I know it’s not what’s typically done, but I’ve had to draw the line, and I’m hoping it’s my books and not what I look like that capture the readers’ imaginations.

You’ve probably answered this question a hundred times, but please indulge as our readers and fellow writers would like to know; Do you fly by the seat of your pants when writing or plot out your storylines?

I create a loose outline with major plot points to hit as I go, and try to let the details fill in with inspiration as it strikes. Sometimes, it makes things more difficult, if I write myself into a corner, but the moments when a character surprises me and it fits in a way that I hadn’t even planned, those are the moments I live for, the ones where pure creation makes me giddy and it’s euphoric. It’s a drug I am hopelessly addicted to.

You introduced readers to an incredible and very complex couple of characters with the publication of Power Exchange, which features the brutal murder of a Dom. Detective Gavin DeGrassi is assigned to investigate and psychologist Ben Haverson, a well-known Dom in his own right, is brought in as a consultant on the case, soon introducing Gavin to the BDSM scene. What was your influence to write about a Dom/s pair working on the case to catch a sadistic killer while exploring their own boundaries? Did you set out to write a series with Power Exchange and its sequel, Safeword?   

I was sitting on Theo Fenraven’s couch when he randomly said, “You should write BDSM. You’d be good at it.” I took several psychology classes in college and human behavior and motivation has always fascinated me. Fen’s suggestion was what made me put two and two together. It wasn’t the titillation of restraints and paddles that drew me to the idea; it was the give and take between Dom and sub, which I later learned in my research was called the power exchange. Gavin revealed himself to me first, and I knew, as a closeted cop from a family of cops, that he wouldn’t seek out a reason, or even understand, his submissive tendencies. So I needed a situation where he would learn about the lifestyle and be so captivated by it, and by the man who would become his Dom, that he would be unable to settle for the vanilla life in which he’d been hiding. And within the scope of the mystery, I knew I wanted to highlight the inaccuracies and misconceptions I’d read about BDSM in general. The opportunity to show Ben and Gavin’s relationship in a healthy light in contrast to the danger of misinformation was too good to pass up. To be honest, I thought I could do it all in one book. After Power Exchange was complete, I knew I could have done better, and though I hadn’t planned to write Safeword, it began playing itself out in my head. It was never supposed to be a series, but the inspiration for new avenues to explore keep happening, and I’m just going with it at this point.

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Detective Gavin DeGrassi is living with DOM, Ben Haverson when Safeword opens, but struggling to fully submit to Ben. Readers have commented (and I concur having read both novels) about how your extensive knowledge of BDSM goes beyond mere sexual facets, but explores the more intensive emotional elements as well, and how effortlessly you entwined the theme within two very suspenseful and compelling murder mysteries. Can you share how you went about researching your D/s mystery/suspense series?    

Well, as I said above, I’ve had a lot of psychology courses and human behavior fascinates me, so I’ve read body language books, behavioral books, forensic interrogation books… So my natural inclination to starting my BDSM research was to get, you guessed it, BDSM books. I read both fiction and non-fiction, and found the blogs of both Doms and subs, read as many personal experiences as I could find, and spoke with the writers of those blogs for some of the more specific questions I had. For me, it was never about the implements or the physicality of a scene. The true power exchange is mental, and it’s one of the most stimulating things I’ve ever encountered. My goal in writing was to convey that while still painting the visual picture of an intense and committed relationship.

I’ve read before where you explained why you and several fellow writers started Voodoo Lily Press to publish and promote your books? Can you give us the 411 on what motivated you to go the route of indie publishing?

I started out in traditional publishing, and learned through that process all but what actual file conversion and uploading were like. Through many long discussions with my writing partner Theo Fenraven, we determined that between the two of us, we had all the skills necessary to handle the nuts and bolts of publishing. The lure of controlling our content entirely, from words to covers to marketing, was too great to pass up, and we started VLP as an umbrella under which we would both publish. For a short time we had one other writer who later moved on to other writing endeavors. Indie publishing seemed like the way to go because I’m way too much of a perfectionist and it was difficult to sit back and let someone else handle one of my babies. Because Fen and I had all the skills necessary, there was no reason not to.

In recent months, I have resigned from VLP and intend to publish under my own brand, The Grim Writer Press. In this regard, both Fen and I can individually make our work entirely to our liking and not have the transparency issues that go along with pesky things like business and income taxes and other fees. Creatively speaking, indie is the right choice for me.

I was going to ask you if you had another Gavin & Ben novel in you, but happened to catch updates you posted related to your Monster Writing Weekend marathon. Can you share anything about the plot of the third novel in the Power Exchange series?

The plot for this one is darker than the other two combined. Frankly, that this stuff comes from my brain sometimes frightens me.

Last question; can you share with us a little about your current release and/or WIP?

My most recent release, Queers, is not a mystery, but I’ve been told it is quite suspenseful. It has an ensemble cast who learn the true meaning of friendship and chosen family, and while sometimes dreams come true, they are not always what we expect when they do. It’s about exploring life after the curveballs and finding a way to persevere against the odds. I like to think it’s an uplifting story, but it’s got dark themes as well, so there’s some intensity to the lessons learned.

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On behalf of the Gay Mystery-Thriller-Suspense Fiction Facebook Group, thank you so much for sharing your time with us and answering questions fans of the genre would like to know.

Thank you for having me!

 

Find AJ Rose on the web:

Amazon, Barnes & Noble, All Romance EBooks, and CreateSpace for book purchases. ajrosefiction@gmail.com blog: http://andrewjrose.wordpress.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aj.rose.5473 Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/ajrosefiction Tumblr: http://ajrosewrites.tumblr.com/ Twitter: @_AJRose GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5209619.A_J_Rose

 

 

 

SWITCH HITTER available now from Wilde City Press

SWITCH HITTER

by Alex Morgan and Jon Michaelsen

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Blurb:

Top ranked National League baseball player, Jase Dockery, was having a record-breaking year until a sluggish bat threatened to derail his streak. To the world Jase is a hero, but the MVP harbors a deeply guarded secret…one that just might end his career.

To satisfy his craving for domination, Jase agrees to a tryst with the captain of APD S.W.A.T. The night of unbridled passion has him fantasizing about his next rendezvous with the hard-bodied cop the next day at practice, but his pans are soon derailed by a stalking fan who abducts the nation’s hero to hide out in a lake cabin outside the city.

Can the smitten S.W.A.T captain locate Jase before the humiliation that awaits him with risking coming out to his comrades?

excerpt…

Jase swallowed hard and counted to ten before taking a breath. Jesus Christ! He expected his subjugator to bust him over the head, take his wallet and bike, but nothing happened.

“I…look, I’m sorry, man,” Jase managed. “Just forget it, all right? I made a mistake.” He flinched as the arm slipped higher around his chest. “I really need to go, now.”

The man breathed against his neck. “Are you sure you don’t want to stay? I’m horny as hell tonight, and you’re precisely what I need. Lady Velvet has never disappointed me. Anonymity is as important to me as it is to you, she assured.”

Jase didn’t answer in words, but in the thickening of his cock. Tendrils of lusciousness rose from the base of his balls, and surged through his abdomen. He glanced down at the hand covering his left, at the thick fingers that clamped over his own. Lady Velvet had said the man was a cop, a S.W.A.T. officer at that. What luck!

Fighting off fear, Jase found his voice. “I-I’m not sure this is a good idea,” he said, still feeling uneasy. The man’s hand moved up to caress his chest, fingers tweaking his hard tits. Jase held his breath, ready to drop his load right there on the bike without shedding his clothes.

“My friends call me Cap.” The tip of a moist tongue slid up the base of Jase’s neck as the man’s hand settled on his crotched and squeezed hard. “I hear you’ve been a real dick lately and need some attitude adjustment.”

Those final words sealed the deal. Concern and fear evaporated in the heat churning between them. Jase wanted nothing more than to lose himself in the arms of this beast, captain of a S.W.A.T team.

Jase dismounted his motorcycle, and faced Cap. His heart skipped a beat and his breath caught in his throat. The mustachioed face, more handsome than any professional athlete or model, stared back at him. The brown eyes seemed to draw him in, engulfing his vision. He couldn’t look away, didn’t want to look away. Cap’s torso seemed to explode from out of his narrow waist. His T-shirt stretched across a huge, muscular chest.

The gorgeous specter smiled, and Jase’s legs nearly buckled.

“Let’s see what Lady Velvet has in store for us.” Cap draped an arm around Jase’s shoulders and led him to the elevator.

http://www.wildecity.com/books/gay-erotica/switch-hitter/#.UgKlgu7D_IV

 

 

The Next Big Thing Blog Hop – Guest Blogger, David Sullivan

The Next Big Thing Blog Hop
Guest Blogger: David Sullivan

This week, I welcome author David Sullivan, a long-time friend and beta-reader for me. I tagged him a couple weeks ago, so he’s graciously offered to participate in The Next Big Thing Blog Hop via my blog!

These are David’s answers to the Blog Hop questions:

What is the working title of your book?

Defending Domestic Discipline

Where did the idea come from for the book?

Many people into kink, or ‘beyond vanilla’ sexual conduct, suffer from a bit of guilt for their interests. In conversation with authors and publishers on the subject of domestic discipline (DD), many authors write in the past where it was more acceptable to spank, paddle and belt errant spouses or others. This is because of domestic discipline being dumped into the vat of abuse we know as domestic violence. I love a challenge and am writing a modern story where DD is publicly exposed (pun intended) as a valid, acceptable, safe & consensual conduct.

What genre does your book fall under?

Contemporary, hetero spanking.

Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?

Leonardo DeCaprio for the male lead; Jennifer Lopez for the female lead.

What is the one-sentence synopsis of your book?

High-spirited but oft errant Micki is spanked by her husband, having inherited the duty from Micki’s dad.

Will your book be self-published or represented by an agency?

A publisher who’s accepted two other stories is ‘very interested’.

How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?

3 weeks
What other books would you compare this story to within your genre?

I’m not aware of any others that directly tackle the acceptance of Domestic Discipline in society.

Who or what inspired you to write this book?

I’m inspired by the old concept of denying common issues in society, such as the fact that we all use the toilet, get serious illnesses, and have sex. Further along is the issue of any kink beyond vanilla and gay, lesbian and other issues that society blushes over. I want to talk about the ‘elephant in the room’.

What else about your book might pique the reader’s interest?

The main character is a police officer, yet he engages in spanking his wife for misdeeds. There are many stereotypes about police officers, but as a retired officer, people might be interested to realize cops are real people! In this story the main character is arrested for domestic violence due to spanking his wife, and there’s a public trial on the hidden world of Domestic Discipline.

Jon, THANK YOU so much for this opportunity. I’m continually amazed at the energy you have to post and promote! My hat is off to you.
Sincerely,
David

My blog is at:

http://biwriter.wordpress.com/

Stories can be found at:

http://www.loveyoudivine.com/index.php?main_page=index&manufacturers_id=68&zenid=bb70f86486c38726bf76343f65bb870a

and
http://stormynightpublications.com/a-unique-arrangement-by-david-sullivan/

 

Genre, e-publishing, and books, books, e-books — oh my!

This week, please welcome multi-talented, multi-genre author, Jude Mason!

 

A couple of topics that have been going around a few of the blogs and yahoo groups of late concerning genres— what authors like to write, what readers like to read, and what the market is for all these new multi-genre books coming out in e-book format. Well, of course I have an opinion and I’ll do my best to share it with you. And, I’ll get to plug a few of my own books in the process. Bonus!

 

As an author, I’ve been told to write what I know.  In my opinion, that doesn’t necessarily mean things I’ve actually done, but things I’ve become interested in for one reason or another as well as the empathy I feel for others. What does that have to do with genres you might ask, well here ya go.

 

The first book I had published kind of followed the rule. It was about a topic that interested me greatly, at the time. It was called Dance of Submission and was published in 1999 by a now defunct publishing house called Amatory Ink. The next book was a science fiction. I grew up on science fiction: Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov and Mr. Heinlein, to name a few, so I felt pretty good going into that area. After that, I went a little nuts and dove headlong into a BDSM, fetish novel that took me forever to write and involved a topic I had literally no idea about. Anyone ever heard of pony boys? The interest was there. Oh yeah, and I did tons of research, so the book wasn’t bad. Who Races-Who Wins has since been pulled from the cyber shelves and waits for a re-write and a new home. I’ll get there. You’ll love Slither and his lovely wife, Christine.

 

Since then, I’ve written in just about every genre you can think of that’s got either romance or erotica in there. At the moment, I have a variety of genres available to the readers. Roses Have Thorns is an erotic horror story that will curl your toes.

Jesse’s Homecoming is a lesbian western that begins with Jesse returning home from a weekend of wandering in the hills. She finds her lover, Meg, being brutally raped by an ex-husband she’d escaped from years ago. Jesse fires her gun, wounding the man. Battered and bruised, Meg is sure she’s unlovable. It’s up to Jesse to prove her wrong and to get the monster she’d married sent to prison. 

 

 

 

 

Yes, Ma’am, a print collection of BDSM novellas of fem-domme fiction at its finest! My publisher, Phaze, was proud to present the novellas of Jude Mason in print. An Acquired Taste, Pink Ribbon, Stage Fright, and Amber’s Toy, plus never before published extras!

 

 

Fertile Domain is a gay futuristic book that also includes fem-domme in all its glory. In a world where pollution and greed has pushed humanity to the brink of extinction, fertility is one of the priorities. Men must prove themselves to fertile fems. For those who are lacking, or who cease to please the women, harsh treatment follows. Two new men, Jax and Trev, vie for a place among the elite ‘studs’ of a beautiful fem. Will they succeed, will the love they feel for each other survive?

 

Then there’s Shoon Joining, a science fiction tale in the style of Spider Robinson, if I do say so myself. Coerced into negotiating with the alien race, the Shoon, Earthman Ambassador Trevor Sloan finds himself tossed into a scenario never before faced. Imprisoned by a corrupt bureaucracy, then rescued by his lover, they fight together, along with the Shoon, to end the ills of humanity.

 

Shifters and ghosts, mysteries and femdom, the more you mix it up, the more the readers seem to like it. Writing teams are popping up as well, there’s Stella and Audra Price, Alessia Brio and Will Belegon, and don’t forget Jude Mason and Jamie Hill. It seems two can come up with even more interesting genre mixes than a single author.

 

Check out our Untamed Heart Series, two of which are now available through Total E-Bound, one of the up and coming e-publishers who are putting out amazing products.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feral Heat, Book one in the series: The scent of a female is a powerful thing. Kai, leader of the cougar clan finds that out the hard way, much to his distress. Can he and his life mate, Aric, find the stolen talisman before it’s too late?

And Bear Combustion, Book two in the series: Fire rages, not only through the forest to threaten the lives of his clan, but in the hearts of Tarek, the leader as well as Inuka, his firey lover and Raven, the stoic companion who secretly adores him. Can the flames of their love survive?

 

Diversity seems to be the flavor of the day when it comes to e-publishing. Brick and mortar shops are closing because they can’t deal with the print on demand of e-publishers, but I wonder if they’ve really thought about the whys of it? The fan base is shifting. They want variety in their novels. They don’t only want novels either. They want shorter stories they can read in one sitting. When you buy an e-book the cost is less, so much less that readers can afford to try new authors and new genres. The e-publishing industry is growing by leaps and bounds, putting out a plethora of genre busting books to satisfy anyone’s need.

 

From the readers I’ve spoken to, I get the distinct impression they’re fed up with single genre books. They want variety. They want us to surprise and shock them. As long as there’s a happy ending, or in some cases a happy for now ending, they want it. The more twisted and turned the plots, the more outrageous the genre mix, the better. How to market all these multi-genre books? In the local book store, I have no idea and that’s a large part of their problem. In my opinion, they’re going to have to find a way, or they’re business’ is going to simply go further downhill.

 

Jon, thanks so much for having me here and letting me spout off to your readers.

 

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*Jude Mason – Come, explore with me…if you dare*

 

 

Links

 

Phaze

http://www.phaze.com/

 

Total E-Bound

http://www.total-e-bound.com/

 

Roses Have Thorns

http://www.loveyoudivine.com/index.php?main_page=document_product_info&cPath=22_23_5&products_id=100

 

Jesse’s Homecoming

http://www.king-cart.com/Phaze/product=Jesse%27s+Homecoming+by+Jude+Mason

 

Yes, Ma’am

http://www.king-cart.com/Phaze/product=Yes,+Ma%27am+by+Jude+Mason

 

Fertile Domain

http://www.king-cart.com/Phaze/product=Fertile+Domain/exact_match=exact

 

Shoon Joining

http://www.king-cart.com/Phaze/product=Shoon+Joining/exact_match=exact

 

Feral Heat

http://www.total-e-bound.com/product.asp?s=o3f2w6558676&strParents=&CAT_ID=&P_ID=362

 

Bear Combustion

http://www.total-e-bound.com/product.asp?strParents=&CAT_ID=&P_ID=423

 

 Where you can find Jude:

 

Website: http://www.my-haven2001.com/   
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