BioSam lives in the Midwest with husband and cat, which is even less exciting than it sounds, so she's not sure why you're still reading this.
She specializes in LGBTQIA+ fiction, usually with a romantic element. There's sometimes intrigue and violence, usually a little sex, and almost always some swearing in her work. Her writing is light and happy, though, so if you're looking for a dark gritty reality, you've come to the wrong author.
I love a sweet fairytale with a prince and a heart-of-gold cinderfella . . . throw in a frog and you've got one rollicking adventure! I've read a couple of Sam's fairytales and I'm never disappointed. You can tell she loved writing this story, and for being a short, it is so satisfying. I gobbled it up in one sitting.
I loved this retelling of the frog prince! It's sexy and fun and a great escape from the real world. Sam Burns always delivers great worldbuilding and romance, and this story is no exception.
Sweet, magical, and entirely unique! This frog prince retelling shows us that people are rarely what we expect. I love this novella with my whole heart and 10/10 would throw fists for Jasper Ferguson Conrad.
Sweet and sexy, and full of the perfect amount of hurt/comfort yumminess.
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Fluke and the Solstice Tree
At first, Fluke doesn't understand why Sage and Gideon have brought a tree inside the house. But it turns out some traditions are better when you're making them up as you go.
** This is a short story set in the universe of The Fantastic Fluke, and may be difficult to understand if you've never read The Fantastic Fluke. **
Succubus and the City
Small-town succubus meets snow white and they prove that all you need really is love.
All his life, Sebastian has wanted to live in New York. Now he's there, and it's . . . underwhelming. He has no family, friends, or even close acquaintances there, and a personal tragedy has left him feeling more isolated than ever before. Maybe he's a small-town succubus after all. He's ready to throw in the towel when Finn Marshall crashes into in his life. The raven-haired enigma's pick-up line is tantamount to a carjacking, and the night only spirals further out of control from there. Finn is on the run from his wicked stepmother, who wants to kill him so she doesn't have to share his dead father's fortune and power. Can he and Sebastian escape her huntsman and set things right?