Her scarlet red hair tumbled down her back as she released it, cascading over her pale, white skin. He reached out and felt the smoothness of her, brushing the hair over her shoulder and tracing a line down her spine to the hollow above her buttocks. 'After all this is over, we could escape together.' … Continue reading SCARLET RED
'Are they close enough together?' He looked at the room. It seemed crowded and cluttered, but apparently that's how they used to do it. 'Four round that small table?' They would be banging elbows. 'It's how they wanted it,' the maitre d' shrugged. The serving staff would have trouble manoeuvring in and out the small … Continue reading NOSTALGIA
Featured on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine today – the release of the third novel in The State trilogy, ‘State of War’. Thanks to Sally as always for the post. Head over to Amazon to pre-order the book now on eBook, paperback coming soon.
Iain Kelly has a new book on pre-order price for May 25th – State Of War (The State Trilogy Book 3)
About the book
The State is at war at home and abroad. While the global First Strike War continues, a civil war threatens to bring down the ruling Central Alliance Party.
Daniel Samson – Citizen, Traitor, Survivor.
Gabriella Marino – Soldier, Assassin, Fighter.
Caught between the State Forces and the rebels, hunted by both sides, they must choose between their own survival and protecting the city and the citizens trapped within the war zone.
Are they willing to sacrifice their own chance of happiness to save a city from destruction?
The thrilling conclusion to The State Trilogy sees Danny and Gabriella join forces against their enemies in a fight that will determine the fate of the State, and the lives of all those who live there.
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The monster haunted her every dream. A giant, ten-feet high, with blue glowing eyes and long willowy tendrils. It came for her through the fire and smoke, a vision of Hell surrounded by the dead. She knew why it came for her. It knew she was vulnerable, a victim, an easy target that it could … Continue reading EVE
'We'll always have Paris.' Yeah, right. Now look at those memories: faded, crumpled and tossed in the dumpster. She was just like all the rest of those broads, dames and dolls. As soon as she had stepped on that plane she had forgotten about me. Back to her old life, her passionless marriage of convenience. … Continue reading WE’LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS