WAHOO! THE BITCH IS BAD is at long last released!!

Drink up, drink up. Let me fill your cup with the promise of a man.

Creed Trucks has just purchased Pictures of Lily, a sprawling vineyard in Arizona.  He’s a quietly confident zaddy, a cunning and suave businessman who gets what he wants. Little does the Silicon Valley magnate know, a crazed grifter moves up and down the red rock valley, extorting and scamming his way from wine cave party to truffle hunt. A top hipster poseur among glitterati and grapes.

Into this wild, broad canyon comes the least likely little girl. Patience Bedford is on the run from a murderous husband, a mother who farmed her out to modeling agencies to live the high life. Cops are no help, and even women’s shelters fear to harbor her. Patience goes black, popping up underground near Pure and Easy as office manager for a bud and breakfast owned by The Bare Bones MC.

Studying a painting that seems to be of Patience, Creed concludes her true identity, and she comes to work for Pictures of Lily. The May/December duo form an unbreakable sanctuary against the world. In their mutually respectful realm of BDSM, they learn to expand their roles, both inner and outer. How they buck off the burden on their shoulders gives them strength to go up against a hitman hired by Patience’s ex.

With the help of their new family, the famed motorcycle club helps them stare down the biggest foe of all, the grifting con man Oliver Klozov… and come out the other side with love unbroken and stronger than ever.

 Publisher’s Note: This book is not for the faint of heart. It contains scenes of graphic sex, DDLG, May/December age play, illegal doings, consensual bondage and discipline (BONUS: kinbaku and shibari!), and violence in general. It’s a full-length novel of 53,000 words. There are no cheating or cliffhangers, and there are HEAs for all.

This book took forever because I was a) taking little Arrow to one doctor after the other, b) taking myself to one doctor after the other, and c) translating all my back catalogue into European languages. So to compensate here is little Arrow as of today: