Where Willows Won't Grow

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Undercover agent Alex Kley becomes a sex-worker in Willow House, a high class brothel, to find the evidence he needs to bring down a powerful, criminal cartel. There he meets Illythe, a beautiful ebony skinned alien. Alex is captivated by Illythe; but learns that he is a slave of the cartel's monstrous leader. Can love and justice both win?
A dark, sexy, and sometimes disturbing, sci-fi romance. More
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About Lia Black

Lia Black tends to do everything the hard way; beginning with being born ass-first into the world and now raising a pre-teen by herself in upstate New York. Her career choices are no less extreme, including occupations of fine artist, computer geek, firefighter, and mortician’s assistant— just to name a few.

Black’s creative mind has been lovingly described as a “glorious kaleidoscope of fuckeduppery.” Her characters often suffer through the worlds she creates for them, which leaves them a little cranky and sometimes less lovable than others in a romance genre. Yet Black swears that someday, “there will be comedy.”

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fluffyrhino reviewed on on June 15, 2015

It's amazing how much depth and color the author manages to give this world of fascinating alien characters in such a short story. It feels more like a trilogy! I highly recommend the author and the story.
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EchoV reviewed on on Sep. 4, 2014

Outstanding world building. Author created a wonderfully rich environment and drew me right into it. The characters were well drawn (and the various aliens very creepy and unique). And THEN there is Illythe. . . oh my gosh, just absolutely adore him!

Reading this was dark, exhausting, frustrating, horrifying, amazing, fascinating. . . touching. . . and there is one scene in the dark has filled my fantasies for a while. :)

One of my TOP TWO favorite books for 2014 so far.
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