BioJeffrey Bardwell writes dark fantasy, romance fantasy, and steampunk set in the Metal vs. Magic Universe. His character-driven books are guaranteed to include elements of gritty realism, political intrigue, romantic entanglements, dry wit, and dragons in differing proportions. He devours fantasy and science fiction novels and is most comfortable basking near a warm wood stove. When not writing, Jeffrey enjoys cooking, gardening, and shooing baby dragons from the compost bin.
The author lives on a farm and in a prior life worked as a community ecologist. He is overfond of puns and alliterations. He is also an unabashed history and mythology enthusiast and would love to hear from you.
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He's captured her freedom, but can she capture his heart?
A Kindaran spy named Snowberry by her captor gets more than she bargained for when her mission explodes in her face, and she's enslaved by the northern barbarian, Adun. He strips her rights away and drags her far from civilization where isolation and culture shock form a stronger prison wall than any stone or bars. The only key to her freedom may be using her whily espionage talents to unlock her captor's heart
Captive Hearts is a pulsating game of cat and mouse. She is a not-so-dimunative spy who must play the part of the willing captive. He is a sardonic man whose wild hair and tattoos cover deep, hidden depths. When Snowberry finally gets the chance to shed that hateful name and her captor forever, will she still want to leave?
Even in the future, old rivalries burn bright.
Starscout Bello expected to swab a few decks when he joined the Imperial Navy, just not with his face. The boorish artificer Corso insists on honoring the ancient enmity between those who dabble in magic and those who sully their hands on machines. Drawing weapons, including magic, is forbidden.
Space is cold and passions run hot. In the Metal vs. Magic Universe, is there a refuge outside of spells for a lowly Portal Mage?
What good are a sword and a badge against magic spells?
Private Jemmy joined the Black Guards to protect the citizens of the empire. The Academy promised he’d fight arson, murder, theft, and rapine . . . nobody said anything about magic. But there’s a sick mage on the loose. And if Jemmy can hold his gorge on the first day, he’ll be luckier than most.
Dignity and breakfast splatter everywhere in this opening salvo of murder and mayhem. In the Metal vs. Magic Universe, all you need are the right clues and Horse Sense.