R.W. Whitefield loves steampunk, fantasy, horror, and anything escapist. She has been writing since she was three years old, and at 25 years of age, shows no signs of stopping. In her spare time, she runs support groups and organizes activist events for her local LGBT community. She lives with a slightly neurotic cat. She likes long walks in the woods, cheesy movies, and three-piece suits.
Marco was born into a ranch family in the middle of nowhere, a young gay man with no one to confide in but the endless blue sky. The only person with whom he can find any release is El Espectro, a fictional gunslinger from the pages of a pornographic pulp magazine. Marco’s fantasies about the dangerous and erotic outlaw are intense, his only comfort in isolation. (M/M)
Anke can do anything with brass and steam, springs and gears. But she can't cross the lines of class and propriety that keep her from declaring her love for her patron, the beautiful Lady Phoebe. Lady Phoebe has long been stimulated by the dancing dolls Anke has made for her, but now she must marry for the sake of duty. She has one last commission for Anke—to build a doll that can love.
Little Henna Hair
A werewolf sees a sexy redhead dancing in his nightclub, and he follows her into an alley. He doesn’t expect her to take on the big, bad wolf,
but Little Henna Hair is more than able—she’s willing.
Do Virgins Taste Better?
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At twenty-five years of age and after one embarrassing revelation on a drunken birthday evening, Patience Hope sets out to lose her virginity. Or perhaps her mind. Possibly both. The important thing is that she gets laid, and put her no-longer-secret shame behind her. As a willing young woman in a city full of theoretically horny young men, she can’t imagine it will be that difficult. Can it?
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