Kari Gregg


Kari Gregg lives in the mountains of Wild and Wonderful West Virginia with her Wonderful husband and three very Wild children. Once Kari discovered the fabulous play land of erotic romances at RWA’s National Conference in 2009, the die was cast. Finally! A market for the smoking hot stories she loves!

When Kari’s not writing, she enjoys reading, coffee, zombie flicks, coffee, naked mud-wrestling (not really), and . . . coffee!

Where to find Kari Gregg online


I Don't: A Christmas Wish
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 24,280. Language: English. Published: November 30, 2012. Category: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
Shotgun wedding? At least he isn’t pregnant. When Seth's family find out there won’t be a wedding for Seth and Owen after the win for marriage equality in Maryland, their season of miracles is invaded by pornographic gingerbread cookies, frowning church ladies, and a determined father with a tactical assault shotgun.
You Melted Me
Price: Free! Words: 4,570. Language: English. Published: July 17, 2012. Category: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
(3.50 from 4 reviews)
Brian couldn’t resist playboy executive Leland Whitacre in spite of their employer’s strict no fraternization policy. Leland isn’t just his boss, though. He’s the son of the company’s CEO. And Brian has fallen in love. Hurt by too many stolen kisses and nooners at seedy hotels, Brian finally broke off their secret affair. Leland isn’t ready to let Brian go & he isn’t above seducing Brian -- again.
The Importance of Being Denny
Price: Free! Words: 10,720. Language: English. Published: July 13, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Erotic
(4.40 from 5 reviews)
Matt appears on Denny's doorstep four years after Matt's mother put Denny on the first bus out of California. Loving the very closeted Matt cost Denny everything once: his home, his family, the safety net of his trust fund. Everything. Denny built a new life. Matt finally coming out has stirred his mother's wrath, though, and four years of not loving Matt is about to cost Denny everything. Again.

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