Mine, Body and Soul: Part One (The Playroom Book 1)
Was it possible that there was a man out there who could see past Lenny’s damaged body and soul, and want to claim him as ‘mine?’
Lenny has suffered things that no person should have to endure. With that comes health issues that impact on how he sees himself, leaving him feeling isolated.
That is until a chance meeting.
The world that Lenny understands is now spinning in a different direction and he isn't sure whether to hold on or let go.
Never having had anyone to catch him before, can he trust Nathan?
Mine, Body and Soul is the first part of a three-part story in The Playroom series. This is a slow burn MM gay romance, with an age gap and a sexual awakening. Can an introduction into a BDSM lifestyle be everything Lenny didn’t know he needed, as he discovers being a virgin is not always a bad thing?
Warning: This book has a HFN ending. There are also aspects of childhood trauma touched upon briefly.
Mine, Body and Soul: Part Two (The Playroom Book 2)
Can the way you view your body change, when all you see are scars?
Nathan Bridges is an exhibitionist who loves his life as a Dom. Then one fateful day, that all changed and Nathan has spent the last ten years hiding from what happened.
That is until Lenny shows him what true bravery is.
The feelings he has for Lenny give him back what has been missing from his life and allows Nathan to truly embrace the present and let go of the past to see that beauty is more than just a body.
But life is never that simple, as forces beyond their control work against them.
This is the second part of the Mine, Body and Soul trilogy in The Playroom series. It is an MM age gap gay romance with aspects of BDSM, and a sexual awakening that has the power to free both men from the chains of their past and drive the true Dom inside Nathan to reappear.
This is the second book in the trilogy and the author advises that these books should be read in order to better understand the storyline. This book ends on a cliffhanger with the HEA coming in the third and final book.
Warning: This book contains some violence and touches briefly on past traumas and childhood issues.
Mine, Body and Soul: Part Three (The Playroom Book 3)
Can the BDSM lifestyle and love give two men’s souls the chance to soar?
Nathan and Lenny have learnt that life can be cruel and unjust. They’ve built barriers to shield and protect themselves from hurt.
That is until Nathan takes Lenny on a journey of sexual discovery.
Lenny’s ability to trust and let go, causes Nathan’s own walls to crumble. Now they must trust each other to embrace what it truly means to be Mine, Body and Soul.
This is the third part of the Mine, Body and Soul trilogy in The Playroom series. It is an MM age gap gay romance with aspects of BDSM that free two men from the chains of their past and drive them to finally accept the one thing they both crave from each other: love without boundaries.
This book contains some violence and touches briefly on past traumas and childhood issues.
The author advises that these books must be read in order to gain a full understanding of the story.
There is an underlying story threading through this book that is connected to Ferron. This is left with unanswered questions as to not to give spoilers as they will be answered in Ferron’s story.
Ferron's Journey: Part One Damaged (The Playroom Book 4)
Can the damage done by another be reversed, after Ferron makes the biggest mistake of his life?
Ferron Robertson is a lost soul searching for someone and something to connect with after suffering great loss. In The Playroom, he finds his centre in submission and the grief he lives with becomes easier to manage.
That is until he makes a fateful mistake.
Life for some is never an easy journey and after being rejected in the one place he feels safe, Ferron goes somewhere that is anything but safe to him. Now he must battle not only himself, but the Dom who refuses to let him go.
Ferron’s Journey: Damaged Part One, The Playroom series, is an MM gay suspense with BDSM and a cliffhanger ending. This is the first part of a trilogy and written from Ferron’s POV.
This book has aspects of a non-consensual relationship, with possible triggers due to scenes of abuse.
Ferron's Journey: Part Two Hidden (The Playroom Book 5)
Will close proximity to Ferron be enough to get him to finally see what is right in front of him: Daddy Isaac?
The moment Isaac lays eyes on Ferron he is entranced, but instead of showing his interest, he stays in the background. Then fate steps in and Isaac fears he’s lost his chance forever.
That is until he is given a golden opportunity.
With Ferron living in his home, Isaac gets more than he bargains for when Ferron’s past mistakes come to haunt them both. After Ferron’s confession will Isaac stand and fight or go back to hiding in the background?
Ferron’s Journey: Hidden Part Two, The Playroom series (Book 5), is an MM gay suspense romance with a Daddy desperate to show his love to a lost boy. Is close proximity the answer to heal a damaged soul?
This is the second part of a trilogy and the author advises to read them in order to understand the story. This book has aspects of a non-consensual relationship, with possible triggers due to scenes of abuse.
Ferron's Journey Part Three: Revelation: (The Playroom Book 6)
With each new revelation, can Isaac protect his boy from what is coming?
Time is running out. The security team Isaac hired to protect his boy uncovers sordid secrets. Will they undo all the positive steps Ferron has taken?
Isaac must make a choice, but is it the right one for Ferron?
Having declared his feelings to Isaac, Ferron now wants to claim back the life that was stolen from him. But has he left it too late and will the police believe him after all this time?
Ferron’s Journey: Revelation Part Three, The Playroom series (Book 6), is an MM gay suspense romance with a protective Daddy and a boy who finally sees that hidden damage can be healed with the courage of love.
This is the final part of a trilogy and the author advises to read them in order to understand the story. This book has aspects of a non-consensual relationship, with possible triggers due to scenes of abuse