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If You Liked _____, You Might Also Like _____.

I’ve had several people contact me lately to say, “I enjoyed [x] story. Have you written anything else like that?” So I thought I’d do a quick “If you liked X, you might like Y” post telling you what other books I think might match certain fan favorites. I’ve chosen these recommendations based on similar themes, and/or similar levels of kink (or lack thereof). 

Keep in mind, I’m only talking about my own books here, mostly because I don’t read romance, so I have no idea how to match my books up with other books out there in the broader literary world. 

Here’s what I cam up with. Enjoy. 🙂 


If you liked Coda (Promises, Strawberries for Dessert, etc.), you might also enjoy: Tucker Springs, Tales of the Curious Cookbook, Wrench Wars (you can find all those here). Also, Between Sinners and Saints, Family Man, Chapter Five and the Axe-Wielding Maniac.


If you liked One More Soldier, you might also enjoy: To Feel the Sun, Trailer Trash


If you liked Between Sinners and Saints, you might also enjoy: Family Man, Trailer Trash, Winter Oranges


If you liked Blind Space, you should check out: Song of Oestend, Saviours of OestendRoped In, One Man’s Trash, Release


If you liked Tucker Springs, you might like: Coda, Roped In, Wrench Wars


If you liked Cinder, check out: Winter Oranges, Damned If You Do


If you liked One Man’s Trash, you might enjoy: Release (published and A.M. Sexton), Roped In, Song of Oestend


If you liked The Well, try: Shotgun, Trailer Trash

30-Day Blogging Challenge, Day 5: Lyndsay Faye’s Timothy Wilde Trilogy

Favorite Foods?

cheese-deli14Today’s topic was supposed to be “favorite foods and why”, but that just wasn’t going to fill a blog post. My favorite food is cheese. Why? Uh… because.

‘Nuff said.

So today, I’m going with a book recommendation.

Or, to be more exact, a trilogy recommendation.

The Timothy Wilde Trilogy, by Lyndsay Faye

The first book in the series, Gods of Gothamwas an impulse buy for me. I was wandering around Barnes & Noble one day, just killing time, when I spotted a cover that really caught my eye.

No, it wasn’t Gods of Gotham. It was Seven for a Secret (the second book of the trilogy). It featured a man wearing a copper star, his face partially obscured by a hat pulled low. It was reminiscent of Justified, and I was intrigued.

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