Kailin Morgan


Kailin Morgan has always been an avid reader. She discovered goth and industrial music and vampires and werewolves at about the same time. As part of the alternative subculture, she has always been open to different fashions, tattoos and piercings and self-expression. She rediscovered the love of writing through fan-fiction and has since quickly become addicted to the thrill of discovering new characters. Although most of her writing is m/m, she also loves writing strong female characters. Her writing tends towards fantasy, dealing with gods and monsters, but she loves to place them into everyday settings and see what happens. Now a slave to the muse, Kailin looks forward to spending many hours hiding from the Scottish weather, hunched over her laptop, typing feverishly whilst existing solely on caffeine.


Strange Hospitality
By Kailin Morgan
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,890. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2012 by Fantastic Fiction Publishing. Category: Fiction
Devon is driving through the English countryside when his car spins out of control. Lost in the snow and the dark, he knocks at the door of the only house in the area. Luc, owner and only resident of the mysterious house, takes him in and offers him a place to stay for the night, if Devon obeys the rules of the house. Devon promptly disobeys, of course, ending up in hot water. (M/M)

Kailin Morgan’s tag cloud

contemporary    erotica    ffp    gay    mm    supernatual    supernatural    tentacles