1. J. Tullos Hennig – GreenWode
Only someone absolutely wedded to contemporary m/m fiction would fail to find this series less-than-interesting. This is pure gold. Magnificent. Nothing more need be said. This is the Star Wars of all the m/m fiction I’ve read to this point. Destined to become a classic if there’s any justice in the world. (Chuck)
Excellent re-take on the story of Robin Hood. Engaging, excellent, and touched very closely on my own fantasy-horror writing area of expertise. (Myranda)
Wonderful world building and tension. I’ll go back and read this one again and again. (Amberly)
1. Jill Braden - The Devil's Concubine
2. Jill Shultz - Angel on the Ropes
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