E.J. Russell (she/her), author of the award-winning Mythmatched paranormal romance series, writes LGBTQ+ romance and mystery in a rainbow of flavors. Count on high snark, low angst, and happy endings.
Reality? Eh, not so much.
She’s married to Curmudgeonly Husband, a man who cares even less about sports than she does. Luckily, C.H. also loves to cook, or all three of their children (Lovely Daughter and Darling Sons A and B) would have survived on nothing but Cheerios, beef jerky, and Satsuma mandarins (the extent of E.J.’s culinary skill set).
E.J. also writes traditional cozy mystery as Nelle Heran. She lives in rural Oregon, enjoys visits from her wonderful adult children, and indulges in good books, red wine, and the occasional hyperbole.
This client is all wet... Just when I thought my love life was finally coming up for air, this little family drama threatens to send ripples throughout the supernatural community. So I'm faced with a choice: I can solve this case or I can finally hook my almost-boyfriend.
DOA becomes BRB when this client goes MIA… Now the dearly departed have become nearly departed and stick around to party hearty. And when one of the ex-living decides not to remain ex? Things get really complicated, not to mention deadly.
The road to redemption is long, rough, and steep. Bring snacks. At Odds with the Gods is a friends-to-lovers Mythmatched/Purgatory Playhouse crossover featuring secrets on all sides, empowered former victims, misbehaving deities, three large, rambunctious pups, and cake. Lots and lots of cake.
A gay romantic comedy set at Connecticut's Mystic Seaport, featuring a pertinent internal playlist, suggestive shellfish consumption, and a six-year-old who thinks history should have more girls. HEA guaranteed.
Technology is easy. Relationships? Not so much. When introverted computer engineer Charlie Forrester developed a passive matchmaking model for her doctoral dissertation, she never expected it to go beyond theoretical. Now, with her dream job on the line, she has thirty days to prove her program's accuracy. The only problem? She's the test subject, and her stupid algorithm has chosen watchdog...
A fish-out-of-water geek (who still manages to get a bit soggy), a stand-up blue-collar guy (who can't see his own worth), unexpected additions to the holiday festivities (some less welcome than others), and more than one serious discussion about the true meaning of the word hero.