by J. Hali Steele Publish: Jul 13, 2020Contemporary RomanceRomantic SuspenseErotic RomanceLGBT
A coldhearted murderer yearning to be had and a pretty boy who wants to have him.
Sage Crawford makes a living eliminating people and he prospers from jobs well done. Business is business until he contracts to exterminate a mark in his small hometown. Hasn’t been within a hundred miles of where he grew up since he left deserting his best friend whose family practically raised Sage. His idea of reconnecting nose dives when he realizes his target is the friend’s younger brother. Skewing matters, while tracking his prey, Sage begins to hope for something he has endlessly searched for.
Emory Welton never hid being gay. His life is good until an encounter goes awry with the son of a gubernatorial candidate who wields power. The wealthy candidate will stop at nothing to be elected including keeping his son’s sexual preference concealed. Things don’t improve when Em finds himself attracted to an old family friend whose secret will devastate his family. And just when he thinks things can’t get worse, Emory is kidnapped.
Embers smolder, sparks fly and heat grows igniting a fire that can’t be smothered before flames become all-consuming.
Fire Inside Me rages with shades of John Wick, a pinch of Pretty Woman and a dash of 365 Days. And there’s a kitty cat! No furry animals are harmed in this book.
Paranormal RomanceRomanceErotic RomanceDark Romance & EroticaLGBTAfrican American InterestFantasy
BIOGRAPHY J. Hali Steele wishes she could grow fur, wings, or fangs, so she can stay warm, fly, or just plain bite the crap out of... Well, she can't do those things but, ahh, if she could!
A multi-published author of romance in many of its genres and themes including ReligErotica. When J. Hali's not writing or reading she can be found snuggled in front of the TV with a cat in her lap, and a cup of coffee.
Favorite sayings (from my books):
Growl and roar—it's okay to let the beast out. - J. Hali Steele
Death is overrated as punishment. – J. Hali Steele (from The Descendants)
Life is complicated, it’s loud, death arrives silently. – J. Hali Steele (from Twice the Burn)
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