Time to update the Antonello Brothers covers and give Senth and Khyff a new look. The youngest, Senth, is HalfKin: a half-human half-feline race and playful as a cat. How ironic is it that he’s a cat-burglar?
The title of his book, At the Mercy of Her Pleasure, makes it sound super sexy. I mean, look at this guy, right? The name comes from his heroine, NarrAy, an enhanced human whose pheromones allow her to control others. Can he resist her? Does he even want to? Sadly, he must or he will not be able to free his brother, who’s in the worst possible situation…
If you love a great romance with unforseeable twists, but don’t really care for explicit content, this book is for you. It’s adult in nature, but is rated PG13.
The Antonello Brothers covers include a new look for For Women Only also. I love all my heroes, but this guy has a special place in my heart.
Khyff was abandoned on the Kin homeworld and sold into slavery as a child. He had a horrible life. It didn’t get much better when he was older. But now that he and younger brother Senth have been reunited, things are looking up for him. He hated the Kin for what they did to his family.
Being the cruel writer that I am, I gave him a Kin warrior heroine. Fawni’s honor refuses to allow Khyff to suffer for what her people did, but she must risk everything to save him. Their love story will break your heart and put it back together again. Okay, now — I wrote this book. I know how it ends, but everytime I have occasion to re-read it, I cry at the happy ending. Not kidding one bit. It’s that endearing.
Where to pick up the Antonello Brothers books
At the Mercy of Her Pleasure
She’s addictive, but what if he kissed her just once? https://books2read.com/u/m2o9P1
For Women Only
He didn’t expect an alien to have such honor. He didn’t expect to trust her. And he didn’t expect to fall in love https://books2read.com/u/38go96
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