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Sarcastic, sassy writer of plot-packed stories. My current series, Dominus focuses on master/slave power dynamics in ancient Rome. My passions are history, travel, laughter, and wine.

NOTE: Currently, the three, full-length Dominus novels are not available through Payhip while the books are temporarily enrolled in Kindle Unlimited. They'll be back!

Final Book 4 is FINISHED. The eBook is NOW available for pre-order through Amazon and will be added to this store on September 15th. The eBook of Favorites of Fortuna will only be available here in my web store until Sept. 30; it will be enrolled in Kindle Unlimited on October 1, 2022.

The paperback of Favorites of Fortuna with the alternate, spicy cover is available in the store when I have stock! Check back for updates to the inventory. 


My current four book saga, Dominus, is an m/m historical fantasy epic set in ancient Rome during the reign of the Emperor Trajan (AD 98-117). What if Trajan had been the custodian of two boys instead of only one? What if Hadrian had been privy to secrets that could damage the political authority of his older and more successful fellow imperial ward, Gaius Fabius? What if a Roman general had fallen in love with his captive Dacian slave? Could a powerful Roman aristocrat of noble ancestry have been deliberately erased from history?

Gaius Fabius, a lusty, ambitious Roman general and potential heir to the imperial throne, acquires a new pleasure slave—a recently-captured, feisty Dacian prince named Allerix. Dominus is the slow-buring saga of two sworn enemies who both take risks and make sacrifices. The saga explores the unforeseen consequences of seeking vengeance, earning trust and falling in love. In addition to the main novels, I'm also penning the accompanying

Dominus Calendar Series. Each two-story novella involves two main festivals of the Roman religious calendar.

Alternate cover FoF paperback for USA shipping

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His Secret Room (A Dominus short story)


His Lion in Winter (A Dominus short story)


February and December (Dominus Calendar Series I)