Devilfish

by Anna Kensing

Devilfish - Anna Kensing
Editions:Kindle
ISBN: 978-1-7342344-1-1
Pages: 312
ePub
ISBN: 978-1-7342344-1-1
Pages: 312
Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-7342344-0-4
Size: 5.20 x 8.00 in
Pages: 300

Prosperous merchant Elliot Bishop has built a safe life in Port Townsend, Washington. The family business is thriving, he’s engaged to be married, and he’s not about to let his rogue stepbrother’s sudden return home disrupt his plans. But when his fiancée disappears under the same mysterious circumstances as his mother did years ago, and his childhood nightmares about octopuses reoccur, Elliot senses someone—or something—took both women, and now it’s after him. 

Captain Declan Fitzgerald finally has his own ship and crew, but he’s still governed by his father’s obsession, hunting the thing that took his stepmother, and now Elliot’s fiancée. Declan will protect Elliot from whatever’s calling him from the ocean’s depths, even as doing so reignites his feelings for Elliot.

As Elliot surrenders to the call of the moon and tides, he gives in to Declan, who anchors him while Elliot changes in ways his childhood nightmares never prepared him. Sex with the new Elliot is better than Declan imagined, if a little different than he expected. Declan has always been willing to sacrifice everything for Elliot, but what must Elliot give up to choose Declan?

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Published:
Publisher: Independently Published
Genres:
Tags:
Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 26-35
Tropes: Biological Urge to Mate, Coming Home, Forbidden Love, Healing Power of Sex, Hero and the Great Quest, Rescue, Reunited and it Feels So Good, Trapped Together
Word Count: 90000
Setting: Port Townsend, Washington
Languages Available: English
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About the Author

Anna Kensing writes steamy paranormal historical romances that flirt with taboo. Her characters are often weird, mostly queer, and always get their happily-ever-after. Eventually. She’s obsessed with octopuses and the tv show Supernatural, listens to flute duets and heavy metal music while writing, and loves her scotch and Irish whiskies. When she’s not thinking about writing, she’s usually thinking about her next tattoo.


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