Masquerade Club

The Huntress and The Hawk - Prequel Novella


Maude Renaud, owner of Masquerade Club, offers an outlandishly wicked business arrangement to partners of the hottest sex-club in Manhattan—an ironclad deal assuring national acclaim.

However, the deal depends on a personal assessment of Masquerade by one of the partners. Beyond irritated, she grants Gaven Sinclair everything the club has to offer. And his timing couldn’t be worse. Preparations for Maude’s infamous Valentine’s Day Ball are in full swing.

But her perfect partnership may be in jeopardy. Maude never mixes her business with her pleasure. And what she wants from Gaven Sinclair is anything but a partnership.

The Lion and The Gazelle - Book One

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Emmie Savoy’s realization of her career goal—landing a partnership at a prestigious Portland marketing firm— drops on her desk hours before her first meeting with the high-profile client Thornton Longbridge.

But her rocketing career napalms her personal life. Her take no shit attitude intimidates most men, and casual affairs fall well short of satisfying her. If she didn’t have her best friend Josie, she’d be the loneliest person in the world.

Soon Longbridge’s unrealistic demands test her celebrated marketing skills, and their explosive disagreements threaten to burn her career aspirations to ashes.

Josie soars in for the rescue, dragging Emmie to an exclusive club where no one knows your name—or your face. The Masquerade Club not only brings the most exotic dreams to fruition but ignites desires Emmie feared to explore.

When Andreas stalks her at the club, tempting pleasures she desperately craves, Emmie doesn’t resist. She succumbs to sensations she never thought possible, becoming prey to her darkest emotions.

Andreas draws out her deepest passions, but it’s the eyes of Thornton Longbridge that haunt her dreams.

The Wolf and The Butterfly - Book Two


Sometimes the best way to gain control of your life is to simply let go.

Josie Collins has never questioned her sexuality or her path in life. Not until a bad breakup releases bad memories, somersaulting her into a path of self-destruction. Fortunately, Josie has Emmie Savoy, the best friend a girl on the edge could ask for.

Emmie knows better than to attempt talking Josie off the ledge, sometimes a person just has to walk through the fire. When she mentions the Masquerade Club, Josie believes her friend has provided the perfect safety net for her afternoon escapades.

Josie is no stranger to the Masquerade Club and she knows the club is the best place to work through her demons. But not everything works out the way you plan it.

When an old high-school crush and her brother’s best friend, Simon London, moves back to Portland, Josie pushes away her instant attraction. The last thing she needs is another relationship. The last one is still clinging like three-day-old gum to the bottom of her shoe.

When she walks into Masquerade Club and meets the Wolf, she not only questions what she thought she knew about her sexuality but dares to release the control she holds so tightly to — the one thing that has kept her from completely unraveling.

No matter how much she tries to keep Simon at a distance, he keeps coming to her rescue. Her dreams start with the Wolf but by morning, it’s Simon that stares back at her. What’s a girl to do