Orphaned at birth, T. Baggins was raised by wolves until age fourteen, when the pack moved on one night without a forwarding address. Returning to human society, Ms. Baggins taught herself to read and write by studying fan fiction. Cutting her teeth on Kirk/Spock (Star Trek: The Original Series, baby!) she soon began slashing rock stars and X-Men. Despite a lifetime spent in the southern U.S., T. Baggins considers herself a citizen of the cosmos and a freethinker, which is good, because no one has offered so much as a penny for her thoughts. In her spare time she enjoys blogging at Shades of Gay, emptying gin bottles and tweeting into the void as @therealtbaggins.
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By T. Baggins
Published: August 3, 2012.
The room is pitch black. Brendan is taller, stronger, and too intent on kissing Stephen to permit any protest. Then metal cuffs snap around Stephen's wrists. Ready or not, it's time to obey...
WARNING: This is a 12,000 word novella. It contains graphic m/m sex as well as light BDSM. Not for the easily offended.
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- Mortal Death: Book I (The Vamp Saga)
on Dec. 04, 2011
I read this book because I heard it was different. And it did NOT disappoint.
Manon, the main character, is no virginal schoolgirl. She's no wayside hick, either. She's smart, tough, unlucky in love and determined to make her own way.
Enter Mikkel, who tells Manon the truth about herself -- or does he? He offers her immortality at the usual price: the loss of her humanity. Their relationship, intensely sexual and sometimes violently emotional, is the core of the book. Can Manon trust Mikkel? I kept hitting that forward key on my Kindle to find out.
As for vampire society, this is perhaps the only paranormal book I've ever read where the vampires are truly international. Their actions and motives make sense. If vampires existed, I'm pretty sure this is exactly how they'd be running planet Earth.
Death Wish: Book 1 (The Vamp Saga) is great both for vamp-lovers and readers eager for a fresh take on the genre.
- The Red King
on Aug. 16, 2012
I. Love. This. Book!
The Red King is a m/m love story set on the high seas. In the 1600s, Rory, also called Ruaidhri (the Red King), escapes from sexual bondage and slavery to create a new life as pirate and captain of the Taibhse ("Ghost"). Although now feared and respected, Rory shuns love, obsessed with taking revenge on the man, Jan de Wortt Maarten, who nearly destroyed him. When Rory's crew captures Andrew, a beautiful young man raised by cloistered holy men, Rory sees Andrew only as a potential weapon in his all-consuming quest for vengeance. But Andrew, although brought up to lead a simple life now lost to him, is no simpleton. What begins as mutual lust and self-interest slowly turns into something deeper, forcing Rory to decide which is more important: his long-awaited vengeance, or Andrew?
What else can I say? This book satisfied me on every level. It's well-written, packed with accurate historical details and features a great supporting cast, not to mention a villain so evil, I wanted to kill him, bury him, dig him up and kill him again. But most of all, The Red King delivers two wonderful heroes: Rory, indomitable on the outside but broken on the inside, and Andrew, untutored in the ways of the world, yet emotionally fearless. Together they make an unforgettable couple. The Red King is filled with adventure, humor, angst, sex and most of all, romance. If you adore m/m romance as much as I do, give this book a try.