Kate Genet

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 Kate Genet is a New Zealand writer of supernatural suspense and lesbian fiction. She also writes historical lesbian romances under the name Lily Hammond.

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Violet
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 79,600. Language: British English. Published: February 16, 2018 by Kate Genet. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Historical
Fran wakes up in a life straight out of the past; it's early in the 20th century - a completely different world for her to navigate. With no bearings set, she's whisked off to the coast as companion to the fascinating and alluring Violet, not knowing if she can trust this artistic and passionate woman, whose situation in life is fragile.
Alice & Jean
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 91,930. Language: English (New Zealand dialect). Published: February 16, 2018 by Kate Genet. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Historical
It’s 1946 in New Zealand, and Alice Holden has fallen for the woman delivering her milk every morning. Jean has a way about her, a swagger, honey-sweet and low voice, and a wink with an easy smile that lights up Alice’s world, stirring her in ways she’s never known before, and Alice with blinders on, wants to choose this feeling over all else.

Books

Dorado - A Supernatural Suspense Novel
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 78,790. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Supernatural
Years ago, Jordan's great grandfather worked the claim in Dorado, before he vanished into the forest without a trace. Now, she's hiking out with her kid brother and sister, her father and his new fiancée. It's supposed to be a fun trip, an opportunity for everyone to bond. 
Sparrow Girl
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 102,070. Language: English. Published: December 3, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Ghost, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Supernatural
The Ghost Crew – Australia’s number one paranormal investigation programme has something brand new planned for their next season. Not content to visit haunted houses around the country anymore, they’ve designed a breath-taking experiment - they will invent and manifest their own ghost. It's been done before, way back in the '70's, but this time it's going to be spectacular. 
Psychopathia
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 91,050. Language: English. Published: September 18, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
The twenty-first century is the age of the human monster. Everyone knows old insane asylums are the best place for ghost hunting – spooky, tragic, and with a pretty good chance of finding something that will go bump in the night. Even so, a ghost hunt is just an excuse for a good night out, a bit of a scare. A bit of a scare never hurts anyone, right?
Simulacra
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 116,780. Language: English. Published: July 9, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General, Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
Life continues as life always does, better for some than others, until the sky over Deep Dell turns orange. After that, it’s anyone’s guess who will survive the night. Don’t go outside, and don’t answer the door.
Love Me Madly
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 117,260. Language: English. Published: June 10, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
Fen Marshal believes in living her life exactly as she pleases.It's not part of her plan to fall victim to obsessive lust, and as for love, well that just never enters the equation. But Ruby is the woman is the woman of Fen's dreams. It's an obsession that brings Ruby to life - somehow, who cares how? Fen doesn't. Ruby is not a nice character. She may just be the worst mistake Fen’s ever made.

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  • Shadow Spies on Dec. 08, 2011

    Although I write lesbian fiction, when it comes to reading, my tastes are far more wide-ranging. Give me a book that is well paced, has an intriguing premise and characters who make you want to climb inside the pages to spend time with them and I'll read right to the end, no complaints. New writer Doug Welch's 'Shadow' series ticks the boxes. I read 'Shadow Games' early this year and was immediately interested by the story-line and the characters. I've just heard that one has been re-released with new editing, so it will be a real treat on all levels now. 'Shadow Spies' is a great sequel and proof that Welch is really starting to hit his stride as a new and talented writer. 'Shadow Spies' is made of the good stuff. The characters are fresh, well rounded and I especially enjoy the obvious depth of feeling they show toward each other. They are a 'family' in the true sense of the word (if you've read Shadow Games, you'll especially know what I'm talking about). These are the sorts of characters you want as part of your own family. They forge strong bonds with each other and consequently with you as the reader. They know what they want and what they'll do to get it - which doesn't mean sacrificing each other. The best characters have values and integrity just like real people and Welch does an especially good job at making his characters convincing and likable - and the bad guys just as convincing but not so likable! 'Shadow Games' and 'Shadow Spies' are great examples of suspense/thriller genre. They're fast paced, with an internal sense of logic and reason that makes the action natural and incredibly interesting. Throw in a lovely side helping of romance, a dash of the paranormal and a bit of conspiracy and you've a recipe for a damned good time.
  • Night Train to Florence on May 26, 2013

    I've been reading Gabriella West's work since I was a review writer for the Kissed By Venus website and magasine, now sadly closed down. Her novel 'The Leaving' impressed me enough to follow her work closely. I bought this short story when it was first published, then came here to get it in a different format, and have been back to read it several times since. There's something about the way Ms. West writes that really resonates with me. It might be a personal thing, but even so, there's an unflinching honesty to her work that makes her narrative voice compelling. Even though this story is short, it still manages to take up a lot of space in my head. She has a skill for choosing the right detail, the perfect description, to fill in for everything else, making the picture she paints in her stories colourful, intriguing and above all - realistic. There's no glossing over things in Night Train to Florence. West writes the tale with brutal honesty. It's not a glamourous story, but it still shines. The two characters illustrate perfectly the inexperience, introspection and desire of their youth. Funnily enough, although there's no big romantic, rose-coloured tint to the intimate scene that transpires on this train journey, it's one of the most memorable, touching, and actually pretty damned sexy loves scenes I've read. If you're wanting a deftly-written and intelligent story, well, here it is.