Jayne Lockwood has always wanted to learn to fly. Spending free time honing her Peter Pan skills on an aerial hoop, she also creates flights of fancy in her books, mingling sex and romance with angst and a healthy dash of dark humor.
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Books By Jayne Lockwood
Summary: I hungrily accepted his lips, carelessly pushing aside the connotations of my boss kissing me with the passion of a lover. Set in the Going Down and Switchblade Romance universe, this sizzling story give Tino the chance to kiss and tell on his ferocious boss. After accepting the position as Richard’s PA, it isn’t long before Tino learns how to bring his difficult boss to his knees, using a cocktail of high heels and a No Fucks Given attitude. At first, their professional relationship includes no-commitment sex on the side, but life has a way of complicating things. In the run-up to the office Christmas Party, all it will take is champagne and a glimpse of stocking before lust ignites, lighting up the Manhattan skyline.
Summary: "I'm coming back to take what's mine, and you better not get in my fucking way." Richard Mason Addiction and anger issues are causing the ex-mafioso CEO sleepless nights. Self-control is on a knife-edge, not helped by the return of his sultry ex, Pagan. Only being dominated helps ease his troubled mind. Tino Santini-Mason Richard’s beautiful, cross-dressing husband is slowly falling in love - with Pagan’s man. He believes he has a polyamorous solution for both couples to fulfil their desires, IF he can keep Richard under control. Pagan Sandhurst She’s back! This curvy domestic goddess is determined to have it all. Loyal to her family, yet her friendship with Tino brings mischief, mayhem and sexual hijinks. Marcus Sandhurst Outwardly a stern doctor, Marcus secretly craves Richard’s brutal punishments. His love for Pagan and Tino can only end in one mighty crash which will affect them all. Third and final book in the Switchblade Romance series can be read as a standalone dark romance.
Summary: “Bold of you to assume this is a seduction.” Richard’s stare never left Marcus’s face. “This is foreplay.” Mobster CEO, Richard Mason, and his PA, Tino Santini, have wed after a whirlwind romance, with tempestuous results. Sex games keep their passion burning, yet after a fierce argument leads to a night Richard can't remember, Tino suspects he is having an affair. In reality, Richard is being blackmailed with compromising evidence, gathered by an old adversary. Meanwhile, a sensual dilemma looms in the curvaceous shape of Richard’s ex and her chivalrous husband, Marcus, whose attraction to Tino is obvious. When Tino and Marcus disappear, Richard enlists some London gangsters to help him find them, with explosive results.
Summary: “I break balls, rip hearts to shreds and fuck like a demon, but I don't do love. Never forget that." Office worker Tino Santini is fearless about his sexuality, but he is terrified after being trapped overnight in an elevator with his firm’s fearsome CEO. When awkward small talk turns into a sex and booze marathon, Tino hopes his stalled career is about to get a power boost. With a mobster past and a savage temper, Richard Mason has no time for love, yet nothing has prepared him for Tino Santini. Now that smart-mouthed, beautiful man is about to throw Richard’s tightly controlled world upside down, and all because of Richard’s new addiction to Tino’s hot mouth. Neither Richard nor Tino expect their affair to be anything other than business, until a personal tragedy means Richard needs Tino more than ever. As they enjoy a hedonistic journey of of discovery, trouble with a business rival looms on the horizon, bringing mayhem and murder.
Summary: It might take the arrival of an alien being to remind an isolated man what it means to be human. With a stressful job, his boss breathing down his neck for profitable results, and an estranged wife and daughter, scientist Kurt Lomax doesn’t think life can get much harder. Until a nonbinary extraterrestrial with an otherworldly beauty, captivating elegance, and a wicked sense of humor inconveniently shows up at his apartment. Vardam watched the destruction of their own world, and they don’t want to see the same thing happen on Earth. They are lonely, and feelings soon develop between them and the supposedly straight scientist—feelings Kurt reciprocates, much to his confusion. The arrival of cheery interpreter Tom Soames—whose Goth appearance belies a gentle heart—is like a ray of sunshine in the somber lab. He acts as matchmaker for man and tentacled extraterrestrial, unwittingly instigating a national crisis when the news breaks out. But will a misunderstanding ruin Kurt and Vardam’s chances for happiness together—along with the hope for peace between humanity and the Var?