Halloween Knight

A Knight's Tale story

by K-lee Klein

Halloween Knight - K-Lee Klein
Part of the A Knight's Tale series:
  • Halloween Knight

Misha's a rent boy and he feels like that’s all he’ll ever be good for. He deals with the humiliation of being on his knees by escaping into fantasies of shining knights, majestic castles, and lush green landscapes. His dreams are full of chivalry, courtship, and love—things he knows he’ll never experience for himself.

This Halloween has brought nothing but weirdness for Misha. Bizarre people are accosting him with warnings he doesn’t understand and his best friend is acting strange. Even his dreams of knights and honor have become more vivid and disturbing. Misha knows hope is an unattainable thing, but will this strange Halloween bring him closer to his dreams or lead him straight into disaster?

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About the Author

K-lee Klein grew up in the beautiful mountains of British Columbia and now lives only two hours away in Calgary, Alberta. Her life is blessed by three now-grown (but still spoiled) kids and a new, adorable grandson who calls her Gwaa Gwaa. She has a patient husband of over thirty years and spends her days being bossed around by a kitten named Poe, a senior feline called, Miss Chili, and a canine, Princess Chewie.

 

K-lee’s writing muse is terribly temperamental so to keep him close by and in-check, she had him inked on her left calf. Yet she still writes on his schedule and inspiration, and quite honestly, he can be a bit of a drama queen. K-lee writes mostly contemporary but has forayed into paranormal and urban fantasy, and her favorite tropes to write and read are hurt-comfort, friends to lovers, opposites attract, and relationships with children. Her biggest accomplishment as an author was overcoming all the hurdles to transition from publisher releases to her first self-published book.

 

Although K-lee considers herself to be an extroverted introvert and revels in her solitude, she very much enjoys traveling to conferences to meet up with friends old and new. She’s grateful for all the people in her life who accept her as she is and support her through the ups and downs as a mom, wife, friend, and joyfully obsessed writer.


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