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Content Notes

Diamond in the Dark

Diamond in the Dark is dark and violent and sexual.  It is a reverse harem romance, which means that the heroine doesn’t have to choose between her love interests.  It is a poly romance, which means that the men in the relationship love each other too, and this is reflected in the spicy scenes, group and otherwise.  It is a dark romance, very dark.  There is noncon, dubcon, impact play, bondage, knife and blood play, degradation, unwilling exhibitionism, public humiliation, and explicitly non-RACK BDSM.  It is a mafia romance, and you can expect guns, drug trafficking, violence, torture, kidnapping, and murder.  

This book takes place in a fictional world that looks a lot like ours.  There’s mention of abortion and birth control because these discussions are realities for millions of women.

This book is absolutely not a model for how to conduct a safe, sane, and consensual BDSM relationship.

If any of that gives you pause, this may not be the book for you.  But if all of that that sounds amazing, keep reading.  I think you’ll love it. 

Lies like Rubies: Parts One & Two

Lies like Rubies is dark and violent and sexual. It is a why choose romance, which means that the heroine doesn’t have to choose between her love interests. It is a polyamorous romance–everyone in the Poppy-verse is pan unless explicitly stated otherwise. It is a dark romance. There is noncon, dubcon, non-consensual power exchange, domination and submission, sadism and masochism, impact play, pain play, pet play, bondage, knife and blood play, humiliation, degradation, unwilling exhibitionism, and explicitly non-RACK BDSM. There is domestic violence (off page), non-erotic r@pe (Part Two only), direct threats to children (but no violence), trafficking in persons, k!dn@apping, torture, and all of the violence and unal!ving you normally expect in a dark mafia romance

This duet is absolutely not a model for how to conduct a safe, sane, and consensual BDSM relationship. 

If any of that gives you pause, this may not be the duet for you. But if all of that sounds amazing, keep reading. I think you’ll love it.   

Queen of Vengeance

Kinks: dirty talk (utterly filthy), impact play, sensation play, honor bondage, praise (so much praise), dominance and submission (note: the relationships between the main characters are fully and enthusiastically consenting).

Trigger warnings: domestic violence, rape (non-erotic), drug use and overdose, suicide, pregnancy loss, infertility, financial abuse, disordered eating, disbelief of women who are raped and assaulted. And of course, a little bit of murder and mayhem.

If any of that gives you pause, this may not be the book for you. But if all of that sounds amazing, keep reading. I think you’ll love it.