Windward

Jaeger loomed over him, the storm at his back.

“I’m not sorry. I won’t apologize. You’re here with me, and that’s all that will ever matter to me.” He stroked Matty’s cheek. “You are not my prisoner. You are not my slave. You were never my property, but you belong to me and I will keep you.” He pressed a feather-light kiss to Matty’s forehead that seemed to burn. A second brand, as ineradicable as the first.

“Mine.”


So, yeah, as you can see, Jaeger is back, and right where he wants to be, which is close to his darling Matty.

Oh, don’t give me that look. We all know Jaeger is an assassin. He’s a bad, bad sexy man. And fully half of the commenters and reviewers for WINDWARD had a desperate wish to see more of Jaeger in the next book.

Never say I don’t listen to you guys. <3

Like the previous novel, there’s warm ocean waters, a luxury yacht, a generous amount of bondage and domination, and two hot, beautiful men who are deeply in love and… what? NO I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT JAEGER. Sheesh, you guys, Jaeger is a bad man.

But he’s really hot. Like smokin’. And he really does love our Matty, but the question is, how does Matty feel about him? When last we saw Matty and Grant, they were preparing to start a new life in Kingshall, but that boat has not sailed smoothly, and when Jaeger sends word that he intends to return and claim Matty for his own, decisions –and sacrifices– will have to be made.

I hope you enjoy the ride. 🙂

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About Kirby Crow

Kirby Crow worked as an entertainment editor and ghostwriter for several years before happily giving it up to bake brownies, read yaoi, play video games, and write her own novels. Whenever she isn't slaying Orcs or flying a battleship for the glory of the Amarr Empire, she can be found in the kitchen, her vegetable garden, or busy writing her next book. Kirby is a winner of the EPIC Award (Best Horror Novel) and the Rainbow Award (Best LGBT Novel). She is the author of the bestselling "Scarlet and the White Wolf" series of fantasy novels.
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