KT Grant

Biography

KT Grant is a self-proclaimed eccentric redhead who not only loves to read a wide variety of romances, but also loves writing it. Under her alter-ego, Katiebabs, she’s a former book blogger and entertainment columnist who still doesn’t shy away from voicing her opinion.

A proud native of New Jersey, KT is multi-published and writes Gay, Lesbian and Straight romance. KT has also been a top ten best-selling author at Amazon.

KT loves to hear from readers. You can drop KT an email at ktgrnt@gmail.com.

Smashwords Interview

What is your writing process?
I am a big planner. I like to set up the characters and the entire story in an "outline" that usually ends up being a short story in terms of the word count. It's a great support to have as I write.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
Stephen King's The Stand is my all time favorite book and one that had the biggest impact on me as both a reader and a writer. King's characters' personalities in The Stand are outstanding.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find KT Grant online

Website: http://ktgrant.com
Twitter: @katiebabs
Facebook: Facebook profile

Where to buy in print


Series

Lovestruck Series
Three siblings find love in NYC with the least likely of people.
Dark Path Series
A chance encounter between a successful author and a billionaire owner of an underground BDSM club, leads to the most pivotal relationship of their lives. Can Erika choose between a man who seeks to possess and a man who can’t live without her?

Books

The Princess's Valentine (Pirates of Flaundia #2.5)
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 26,500. Language: English. Published: January 20, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Historical
Daisy and her ex-pirate wife have created a wonderful life together on an island paradise, but Daisy worries Chelsey misses her life on the open seas. When she catches Chelsey in the arms of another, she is devastated. Chelsey made the mistake of trusting an unscrupulous individual who played a cruel joke on her. Now she must regain Daisy’s trust before their relationship is ruined forever.
The Prince's Groom (Pirates of Flaundia #2)
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 51,140. Language: English. Published: November 15, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay, Fiction » Romance » Historical
Mr. Martin, the former first mate of an infamous pirate captain is mourning the loss of his young lover, Thomas, an exiled prince. Thomas longs for the frank speaking Martin, who not only ravaged his body, but his heart and soul. But before Martin can claim Thomas again, he must save his young lover from an unstable woman who’s obsessed with claiming Thomas as her own.
The Princess's Bride (Pirates of Flaundia #1)
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 52,310. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Historical
At eighteen, Daisy and her servant Chelsey engaged in a smoldering love affair. Daisy is now engaged to a man who will offer her the world. The dastardly lady pirate C.W. Dread, lives for revenge against the evil man who murdered her family. She lays plans to kidnap her enemy's fiancée. But she's in for a shock when her prisoner is a ghost from her past who she once adored down to her very core.
Harmony in Silence
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 51,940. Language: English. Published: June 10, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Billionaire Omar Segal loves fine wine and women who will reunite with the only women he has ever loved- Wilhelmina Kiraly, the daughter of the richest winemaker in Hungary, and Omar’s sworn enemy. Seduction by chocolate, wine and the music of Wolfgang Mozart is Omar’s game in claiming Willa’s heart in Harmony in Silence.
If You Only Knew (Lovestruck #3)
Series: Lovestruck Series. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 56,500. Language: English. Published: January 28, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
World-renowned artist and successful New York City gallery art owner Stella Jennings has everything she could ever want, but she feels like life is passing her by. She’s bored and stuck in a rut with no way out. But then one cold February night, she meets tattoo artist Kristi, who's more than willing to show her a good time without any promises.
Lovestruck (Lovestruck book 1)
Series: Lovestruck Series. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 54,310. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
CEO hotel mogul Barbara Jennings has three months to decide whether to close her Manhattan hotel or cut costs by firing some of her employees. She meets her much-younger employee, Jennifer Caffey and is instantly smitten. Now Barbara has another mission…to seduce the innocent Jenny.
Shine On
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 32,570. Language: English. Published: June 4, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Jade's job at Lovely Diamonds, a popular gentlemen’s club in Las Vegas, pays well. She’s not a stripper but an accountant. Her former best friend, international rock star Ivy Falls has returned, ready to jumpstart her relationship with Jade, who she left behind. Ivy wants a second chance, but is Jade willing to forgive the woman who walked out on her, leaving her heart shattered in the process?
Steamy Nights, Cool Lights
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 42,380. Language: English. Published: February 19, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Kennedy Segal travels to Reykjavik, Iceland for a once in a lifetime business trip to sign a multi-million dollar deal for Segal Holdings, her older brother’s billion-dollar construction management company. The first night she’s there, she meets an alluring woman only known as Marella, who tempts Kennedy in ways she has never been tempted before.
The Dark Path Series Collection (The Gate, The Key, and The Lock)
Series: Dark Path Series. Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 284,730. Language: English. Published: December 4, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Erotic, Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
A chance encounter between a successful author and a billionaire owner of an underground BDSM club, leads to the most pivotal relationship of their lives in The Gate, The Key, and The Lock.
Always Been You
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 17,130. Language: English. Published: June 13, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
Can a famous pop star right the wrongs of her past and embrace the life she was born to live?
The Lock (Dark Path Series #3)
Series: Dark Path Series. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 109,120. Language: English. Published: December 13, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Erotic, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
The dark path continues for Erika and Max as secrets unfold and threaten to destroy all they hold dear…
Burning For You (Lovestruck #2)
Series: Lovestruck Series. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 38,990. Language: English. Published: June 28, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Can Patrick Medcaff a janitor at a swanky hotel, and Christian Jennings, the older, handsome dean of a college make it work? When sparks fly, they end up embarking on a secret love affair. But when an ex-boyfriend of Patrick’s comes back to claim him, Christian will do whatever he can to keep Patrick as his own.
The New Year's Fantasy
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 43,820. Language: English. Published: January 5, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Holiday » Humorous
Contemporary Romance featuring a forty-four year old hairy chested firefighter hero and a thirty-one year old school teacher heroine whose one night stand on New Year’s Eve becomes much more…
This Time Now
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 17,240. Language: English. Published: September 27, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
One day a blast from Amanda’s past arrives back in town. Her former next door neighbor, Billie Layne, one of the biggest rock stars of the decade has returned home. The one person she wants to see most of all is Amanda who she hasn’t talked to since she left six years ago after a big fight between them. Now that Billie is back, she wants to renew their friendship, and possibly more between them.
The Key (Dark Path Series #2)
Series: Dark Path Series. Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 93,280. Language: English. Published: June 8, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Erotic, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Erika has reinvented herself as an author of erotic romance under the pseudonym, Lily Fredericks. After her eight month sabbatical in New Orleans, she’s returning to Manhattan to promote her new book. With Erika back in Manhattan, both Chris and Max try to seduce her in the hopes she’ll choose one of them. As both men battle for her heart, a woman from Max’s past reappears, bent on revenge.
The Gate (Dark Path Series #1)
Series: Dark Path Series. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 84,820. Language: English. Published: October 15, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Romance, Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
A chance encounter between a successful author and a billionaire owner of an underground BDSM club, leads to the most pivotal relationship of their lives.
Hot Buzz
Price: Free! Words: 4,940. Language: English. Published: December 13, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
Jerri can’t sleep at night. Every night she hears Krysta pleasure herself with her vibrator in her bedroom. Jerri wants to be the one to help Krysta find satisfaction and much more. Then one night Jerri’s jealousy gets the best of her and she confronts Krysta. She’ll prove to her that something like a vibrator can’t give her satisfaction, and only a flesh and blood woman like herself can.
Macabre Delights
Price: Free! Words: 4,580. Language: English. Published: October 21, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Horror » Occult
A masked ball, on a dark and stormy Halloween night, leads to the innocent and sheltered Annabelle finding the woman of her dreams with the seductive Trinity. But Annabelle gets more than she bargained for when her fantasy turns into a macabre nightmare.

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Smashwords book reviews by KT Grant

  • Claimed on March 20, 2011

    Evangeline Anderson is a multi-published author who writes for a great amount of epublishers and many cross genres. When I heard about Claimed, her self-published sci-fi romance, I wanted to give it a read since I’ve enjoyed her past work. And how could I not read a borderline erotic sci-fi romance with what I call a yummy, possessive hot alpha type alien male? Evangeline is great at writing steamy tension with wonderful, seductive heroes. Her hero Baird is definitely one of them. Claimed is set in 2030, five years after the Earth is attacked by the menacing aliens known as the Scourge. Earth is saved from another alien race called the Kindred. The Kindred are alien warriors, humanoids, and ones that are bigger or massive when it comes to human males. The Kindred were able to defeat the Scourge and now live in ships above the surface of Earth. They come to Earth for brides since they’re lacking their own females. A human female can even belong to two male Kindreds, where there’s a four week ceremony allowing the Kindred males or one lone male to court his bride. Week one is where he feeds her and caters to her every need. They also sleep in the same bed and can touch. Week two is when the bathe together and some intimate scrub-a-dubbing goes on. Week three is the tasting period. The Kindred male tastes his future bride in whatever way he likes (licky licky that secret area on the female), and week four is where they finally consummate their relationship and bond together (the male attaches himself inside his female with his “mating fist at the base of the Kindred’s shaft which is engaged only during bonding sex with his mate”. This brings to mind the whole barb scenario ala Lora Leigh or JR Ward.) From that they’re committed and married. Baird anxiously waits for his female to claim as his bride. He’s been having dreams about Olivia Waterhouse for a long time. When he was captured and tortured by the Scourge, he thought about her constantly to keep him from going insane, and feels she saved him. Olivia is also having strange erotic dreams of some unknown man. (Take a guess who it could be?). These dreams disturb her because they don’t make any sense. And then when two draft officers come to her home and take her to Baird, she really freaks out. It seems human woman are placed into a draft to be married to a Kindred. Olivia has been drafted as Baird’s chosen bride. Olivia is scared, and rightly so. There’s a good possibility she’ll never see her sister again and her friends because when a human woman is claimed by her Kindred husband, she barely goes back to Earth. Plus since Baird is a Beast Kindred, she knows he’ll be overly possessive, on edge and too big for her to handle. (Poor well-endowed Baird). Baird is so excited to finally claim Olivia, although he knows it will be hard work on his end. And when Olivia is forced to go with him, she’s not receptive to his gruff charms. She tells him she’ll give him his four weeks, but refuses to bond with him. Now Baird has to figure out a way to court Olivia gently and with respect in order for her to fall into love with him and want to stay with him forever. Claimed is an inventive and quirky sci-fi romance with an adorable hero who lacks some social skills, including how to romance a woman. He’s very persuasive with his body in the way that Olivia can barely deny him. Baird is le sex on the alien stick. At no time does Baird overpower Olivia or force her to do what he wants, and that means when they are intimate. He may start something, but leaves it up to Olivia to finish it. Poor Baird walks around frustrated and is cranky at times. He also has some self-esteem issues because he thinks Olivia is scared of him and doesn’t find him handsome. If only he knew how much Olivia is attracted to him, but holds back because the idea of being separated from all she knows and those she loves is something she can’t accept. There are some funny scenes, especially when Olivia tries to learn and navigate the Kindred way of life. When she investigates Baird’s home, she has a few problems, one being a rug in the bathroom that’s more like a human vibrator and a pet of Baird’s that looks like a cuddly teddy bear, but one with fangs for teeth. She also thinks Baird is drugging her into submission with his overpowering sexy scent. The sexual tension between Olivia and Baird is amazing, and Baird enjoys cuddling, taking baths and cooking for Olivia. This is my ideal man. The only down side of Claimed is that it’s too long. There are long passages of internal dialogue from Olivia and shifting back and forth between her sister on Earth and then back on the ship. Also the ending with the Scourge seems tacked on in order to invoke a more emotional response so there can be a believable HEA to cement why Olivia has fallen for Baird. Otherwise, I did enjoy Claimed. It’s a very sexy and sweet story with a close to perfect hero as you can get. Fans of Christine Feehan will like Claimed. I look forward to the future stories in this series and one I recommend you check out.
  • My Third-World Girlfriend on Oct. 28, 2011

    My Third-World Girlfriend is the second short I’ve read by RJ Silver. I really think RJ is a rising star when it comes to adorable, quirky and funny stories. His much praised, The Princess and the Penis isn’t a fluke. My Third-World Girlfriend is well written with an excellent moral to it. Plus, it has a bit of suspense because you don’t know until the very end what will happen to the protagonist, Gary Lankin. Poor Gary can’t get a break when it comes to love. He wants to settle down and find that special woman who won’t hit him in the head with canned yams or find other ways to give him lumps on his head. Gary doesn’t know what he’s doing wrong and it really upsets him because he’s going to end up all alone if he doesn’t get his act together. Gary’s life changes forever when he overhears a group of men talking in the airline lounge at Heathrow airport. Fritz, Hank and Aiden have a sure fire plan to find a woman who won’t control them or clobber them with blunt objects when they misbehave. They’ll find a woman who has low expectations. But before they do that, they’ll head off to Thailand for a little R&R- drinking and sowing their oats. Gary joins his new friends and ends up carousing day and night. One morning after another rough night of oat sowing and binge drinking, a local woman named Kinlaya comes to his aid. She cooks him breakfast and offers him advice. Soon Gary and Kinlaya are spending all their time together and then they move in together. Gary is now “nesting” with Kinlaya and his friends are upset. They think Gary has been whipped by Kinlaya. But Gary loves Kinlaya and she hasn’t tried to bop him over the head or thrown anything at him. But then the Fazis, known as the feminist rights activists, arrive on the scene and Gary and his fellow cohorts are caught in a gender war where they may become casualties. My Third-World Girlfriend is only 30 pages, but well worth the read. I chuckled a few times over the advice and antics Gary is given and finds himself in. Gary is a very sweet, but at times naïve, who just wants to be loved. Unlike his three flavorful friends, Gary has a kind heart. You want to give Gary a hug. The last few pages have an almost on the edge of your seat feel to it because you don’t know what Gary’s fate will be. My Third-World Girlfriend is a sweet story that kept me smiling the entire time I read. RJ Silver may be one of the best self-published authors out there. If he can make such an impression with a story like this and The Princess and the Penis, I can’t wait to see what he can do with a full length story. A publisher really needs to give RJ a writing contract, ASAP. At 99 cent, My Third-World Girlfriend is well worth the price and one story that gave me the warm fuzzies. This really hits home for those who enjoy reading a humorous take on a man’s expectation when it comes to women and love.
  • My Third-World Girlfriend on Oct. 28, 2011

    My Third-World Girlfriend is the second short I’ve read by RJ Silver. I really think RJ is a rising star when it comes to adorable, quirky and funny stories. His much praised, The Princess and the Penis isn’t a fluke. My Third-World Girlfriend is well written with an excellent moral to it. Plus, it has a bit of suspense because you don’t know until the very end what will happen to the protagonist, Gary Lankin. Poor Gary can’t get a break when it comes to love. He wants to settle down and find that special woman who won’t hit him in the head with canned yams or find other ways to give him lumps on his head. Gary doesn’t know what he’s doing wrong and it really upsets him because he’s going to end up all alone if he doesn’t get his act together. Gary’s life changes forever when he overhears a group of men talking in the airline lounge at Heathrow airport. Fritz, Hank and Aiden have a sure fire plan to find a woman who won’t control them or clobber them with blunt objects when they misbehave. They’ll find a woman who has low expectations. But before they do that, they’ll head off to Thailand for a little R&R- drinking and sowing their oats. Gary joins his new friends and ends up carousing day and night. One morning after another rough night of oat sowing and binge drinking, a local woman named Kinlaya comes to his aid. She cooks him breakfast and offers him advice. Soon Gary and Kinlaya are spending all their time together and then they move in together. Gary is now “nesting” with Kinlaya and his friends are upset. They think Gary has been whipped by Kinlaya. But Gary loves Kinlaya and she hasn’t tried to bop him over the head or thrown anything at him. But then the Fazis, known as the feminist rights activists, arrive on the scene and Gary and his fellow cohorts are caught in a gender war where they may become casualties. My Third-World Girlfriend is only 30 pages, but well worth the read. I chuckled a few times over the advice and antics Gary is given and finds himself in. Gary is a very sweet, but at times naïve, who just wants to be loved. Unlike his three flavorful friends, Gary has a kind heart. You want to give Gary a hug. The last few pages have an almost on the edge of your seat feel to it because you don’t know what Gary’s fate will be. My Third-World Girlfriend is a sweet story that kept me smiling the entire time I read. RJ Silver may be one of the best self-published authors out there. If he can make such an impression with a story like this and The Princess and the Penis, I can’t wait to see what he can do with a full length story. A publisher really needs to give RJ a writing contract, ASAP. At 99 cent, My Third-World Girlfriend is well worth the price and one story that gave me the warm fuzzies. This really hits home for those who enjoy reading a humorous take on a man’s expectation when it comes to women and love.
  • The King's Pleasure on Jan. 02, 2012

    When I first started reading romance as a wee little lass, my favorite authors to read were Beatrice Small and Victoria Holt. They wrote the naughtiest slave girl being sexually mastered by the sheik or desert ruler tales I’ve read. Well, Small was more on the erotic side, while Holt was a lot more subtle. When I saw Kitty Thomas had written her own spin on the sex slave girl being owned by a king of some alternate land where the general population is very open with their sexuality, much like the disturbing movie cult classic, Caligula, I decided to give The King’s Pleasure a read. Kitty is known for writing dark and disturbing erotic but The King’s Pleasure seemed more on the lighter side for me, even though Kitty does make a mention that The King's Pleasure is one of the "dirtiest" stories she'd written. The King’s Pleasure is a 34 page short story set in the kingdom of Himeros. Abigail is a poor half-gypsy who sneaks into the newly crowned king’s castle to steal bread for her starving family. Abigail is caught by the king's guard and is about to have her hand cut off when Niall, the king is woken up. He finds this punishment to be too cruel and since he is a more compassionate ruler than his father was, he stops the punishment. Since Niall hasn’t created his own harem of women to satisfy him sexually as is expected, he’ll keep Abigail as his own one woman harem. Abigail is frightened because she was never taught to pleasure men like most of the gypsy women of Himeros have been. She doesn’t understand why the king would be interested in a half-breed gypsy girl like her. But when Niall treats her kindly and makes certain her family is well taken care of, she sacrifices herself and welcomes his tutelage in the arts of sex, lovemaking and other sexual desires and positions. Since Himeros is very open and accepting of sex, and in public. Niall has many festivals where men and women enjoy each other. Niall doesn’t keep Abigail sequestered away in his bedroom for his own pleasure, but is very open in acting on his desire for her. He allows his trusted officials and friends to enjoy Abigail while he watches, but only he has the ultimate say and ownership over Abigail. Abigail is now more open with her sexuality thanks to Niall, even with his sharing. Half way through I was enjoying this sexy tale, although I would have liked more scenes of bedroom play between the king and his innocent thinking slave girl. But then during a Roman orgy type sex party, something described stopped me in my tracks and icked me out. As a reader, I’m very open to most sexual acts described in erotic romance. I can handle BDSM, multiple partners, instruments stuck in places in a person’s body that has no right being inserted, but when bestiality is added into the mix, that’s where I say, no thank you. The King’s Pleasure has a mention of doggy love, and not the type where man’s best friend plays fetch or even snuggles up to his/her owner. It seems here, that man’s best friend is a woman’s best friend thanks to what a dog’s tongue can do for a woman in a not so pleasant and shocking way that really doesn’t fit, but just adds to the sensationalism of the story. Why not decide for yourself if I’m overacting by this excerpt: Abby looked on in horror at the depravity that had been kicked to a new level. Over at one table, two men held a woman’s thighs open while they coaxed a dog to lick between her legs. She screamed, “No, please, stop,” but it was clearly an act, because she was giggling and pressing her mound harder against the dog’s tongue, already approaching her orgasm. Then the men started pouring wine over her breasts and sucking it off, teasing her with threats of even worse things they had in store for her later. “Are you all right, Abigail?” Niall asked as he came closer and wrapped his arms around her. Despite not wanting to coddle her, he was concerned by how she’d take some of the more extreme behaviors. “Aren’t you going to stop that?” She pointed at the woman with the men and dog. “Why? No one is in any danger. The dog isn’t being forced. No one is being hurt.” “It’s just so … gross.” He shrugged, long past too jaded to care about the introduction of animals to the evening’s festivities. It was her first formal orgy; she’d adjust eventually. A few of the foreign guests on their first trip to Himeros would surely go back to report on what barbaric demons they all were, even though it was only one small trio engaging in the activity. People loved to blow things out of proportion.” I realize there’s an audience for everything, even humans who have sex with animals in fiction, but I’m not that open or that understanding as a reader. I see no such reason for Kitty to add this description, even one mentioned in passing. It’s one thing for humans to engage in shocking and disturbing the sex acts because it’s consensual. Even if an animal like a dog, horse, or sheep may seem to be enjoying themselves based on what the author’s describes such as in The King’s Pleasure, it still leaves a bad taste in my mouth. After reading that section, I found I couldn’t continue, so I ended up DNFing The King’s Pleasure and looked for something more innocent in the hopes to bleach my eyes by what I read. Such a shame, because I do feel Kitty has a skill as a writer of erotica, but perhaps it’s best if she leaves the bestiality out of her work. Final Grade: If there was no bestiality, I would have given this a C. The King’s Pleasure was just too short and at times seemed rushed with the action and interaction with Niall and Abigail. Also I felt the price of $2.99 was too high for a 34 page story. Better to be priced at.99 cents.