A Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy author, Kharma Kelley has been enamored with all things that go "bump in the night" for who knows how long. She truly believes that finding humanity and beauty in some of the most seemingly unconventional places is part of the romantic psyche to her. A big fan of the Big Easy, Kharma tends to weave her proud Cajun heritage and values into her books. She enjoys reading other urban fantasy and romance novels and playing Minecraft in her spare time.

"Tall, Dark & Deadly" is the first book of her "Agents of The Bureau" series. Expect more sexy, dangerous and even hilarious installments to be released along with a new "ShadowShifter" series coming in 2017.

She frequents Wattpad (which she refers to as a story "incubator") often and beta tests her new story ideas there as well as provide guidance and critiques to aspiring authors.

Her works are often compared to Laurell K. Hamilton, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Gena Showalter, Kresley Cole and the late great author, L.A. Banks.



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Light Amongst the Dark

After the end of the Fae-Vampire war, Ethan Raines goes out to seek Leto Petrides; a royal Fae and heir to her parent's dynasty. Many years after Ethan rescued Leto from the hands of vampires, he returns to recruit the precocious Sprite to join his crusade in this prequel to the full length novel, "Tall, Dark & Deadly."


The Boudoir Chronicles

Read four erotically charged short stories featuring sensual, bold women in the steamiest situations!

In the sanctity of a lady's boudoir, anything can happen...some naughty, some nice; the really naughty women tend to make their own boudoir anywhere they go! Read four erotic short stories that test the boundaries of pleasure through the eyes of gorgeous women of various backgrounds, desires, and sexual experience.

Branching out from her vivid paranormal romance niche, Kharma Kelley delivers four sensual new adult one-shot stories that may threaten to short-circuit your e-reader. Get a copy today.

From A Case of You:
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