Ink Born

Ink Born is my LGBT+ Urban Fantasy series following gay tattoo magician Dacian Corbeaux. The books are currently only available in ebook format on Amazon, but I am working to put them into paperback too.

 

I’m Dacian, a tattoo magician. Life was pretty good. All I had to worry about was finding a pretty guy to fall into bed with at the end of the week. Then everything started to fall apart around me. Maybe I cursed the gods one too many times? Whatever happened, I now have two major problems.

Number one – I’m an ink magician, the thing of myths. A lot of very powerful people would love to get their hands on me, and I have no intention of letting that happen.

Number two – A tattoo thief came to my city, and the magical community has decided that I’m the guy to stop them.

Somehow, I have to catch the thief without letting my secret out of the bag, and that’s even harder than it sounds.

Editorial Reviews:

“It’s a richly textured world I never want to leave.” — NYT Bestselling author S.M. Reine.

“This book is grounded in characters and love but the magic itself brings this book to life. Read this book – you won’t regret it. Stolen Ink is unforgettable.” — Dust Jacket Reviews
Elves! Magicians! Tattoo magic! Vyx! Potentially asexual representation! Gay characters! Badass vixen hybrids! Snarky sarcasm. This was practically my perfect book.” — Long Full And Empty With Words.

 

 

It turns out that saving the day comes at a cost. In this case, my home in Wildrun. Oh, and my freedom.

Keirn called in a few favours with his friend, Fein. In return for a new life and some help hiding the fact that I’m an ink magician, we belong to the elf that runs half of Prague. Some rumours say he runs half the continent.

There’s an art thief in town, and Fein’s decided it’s my job to find and stop them. I didn’t dare point out that I’m a tattoo magician, not a detective.

The real problem is, I’m terrified that this is a slippery slope, and I don’t like where it’s going.

 

 

 

Ink Bound will be published on July 28th 2017.