Kaje Harper never disappoints!
Kaje Harper's A Midnight Clear was a wonderful read. I loved Adric and Royce and their HEA was made all the more sweet by the path they took to get here.
Sweet, sexy, sassy and sentimental. This book gripped my heart and didn’t let it go. Kaje Harper has crafted a touching story that I will remember for a long time.
This second chance holiday novel grabbed my heart from the start to finish. It has sweet moment, some angsty, and romantic and sizzling scenes as well. Perfect story to read with a glass of wine, some cookies, and crackling fire during this holiday season. I definitely wouldn't miss this one!
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Nor Iron Bars a Cage
First I was a sorcerer. Then I was a hermit. For so long—for years that seemed to go on forever—I couldn't bear to be touched. I put up not just walls but whole stone bunkers to keep everyone out, emotionally, and physically as well. I was protected from people, from ghosts, from specters real and imagined. Sure, I was alone. But I felt safe. Only, after a while, I wasn't sure any longer whether a totally "safe" empty life was really worth living.
Then Tobin came along. Out of the blue, out of my past, with a summons from the king that he wouldn't let me ignore. I tried to cling to my isolation, but he wouldn't give up on me. Tobin never believed in walls.
*Content warning for history of sexual abuse, self-harm.*
(A novel written for a Goodreads M/M Romance Group event)