The first THREE books in the PHANTOM LOVER series are OUT NOW!

So stoked!

Phantom Lover, Fly Me to the Moon and The Forbidden Island are LIVE!

Phantom Lover – purchase link: http://www.amberquill.com/AmberAllure/PL1_PhantomLover.html

Hawaiian hula dancer Bobby Kikawa has deep fantasies about the alluring, mysterious Kimo Wilder, a gifted kahuna andkumu hula, a hula master. He becomes even more fixated after Kimo poses for an erotic painting called Phantom Lover. He plans to seduce Kimo even though the man is straight, married and known for his extreme loyalty to his wife.

Alone on a hot night after dance rehearsal on the big island of Hawaii, Bobby manages to persuade Kimo to let him service his neglected, extremely hungry passions. When the young dancer awakens a part of Kimo that nobody else ever has, Bobby both fears and welcomes the incredible power Kimo has over him. The legendary dancer inserts himself into Bobby’s life, but not everyone is happy about their burgeoning romance.

Things go from one extreme to another with interference from family and friends. Are the men prepared to sacrifice everything for each other? Their red-hot fling threatens not only Kimo’s marriage but Bobby’s sanity when he discovers Kimo is a “Keeper of Secrets” in the Hawaiian culture…a man born of fire and hidden, taboo, dark magic the ancient Hawaiians called Lua.

NOTE: This book was previously published under the ISBN: 978-1-55410-996-8. This reissued version of the book has been reedited.

Fly Me to the Moon – purchase link: http://www.amberquill.com/AmberAllure/PL2_FlyMeMoon.html

Kimo and his husband Lopaka are celebrating their first Christmas together. For Kimo, this particular holiday has never been important. Taken from his parents at the age of three to be raised in the ways of the ancient Hawaiian kahuna—priests—he has defied and changed huna law to marry another man.

The council separated the two men for weeks, which almost killed them both since nobody believed they shared a fire branch, the supernatural connection that brings agonizing death to those forced to be apart.

But Kimo and Lopaka refuse to think about the agonies they endured to prove their relationship is love, and not just sex. They intend to enjoy a Hawaiian white Christmas—two weeks in Kona in a beautiful house with frequent, tropical showers and lots and lots of sex. Although memories of the trial still linger between them, so do intense dreams of having a family together. Now, Lopaka wants to provide happy memories after their near-fatal separation. He wants to show his husband the true meaning of Christmas in twelve very sexy ways. And Kimo learns that Christmas is about giving and receiving—over and over again.

NOTE: This book was previously published under the ISBN: 978-1-55410-830-6. This reissued version of the book has been reedited.

The Forbidden Island – purchase link: http://www.amberquill.com/AmberAllure/PL3_ForbiddenIsland.html

Johnny Kaimana is a young Honolulu tour guide, enjoying a fun, carefree existence and a no-strings sexual relationship with his roommate, island music man Alex “Aloha” Granger. But just as things turn serious between them, Johnny finds himself drawn to Mahini, a mysterious stranger, an imperious tattoo artist from The Forbidden Island of Ni’ihau.

What starts as a hot sexual romp turns almost deadly when Mahini, determined to either keep Johnny for himself or kill him, secretly burdens him with an ancient, evil curse called he malama pu’olo, or a Bundle of Death. With the aid of the powerful kahuna priest Kimo Wilder, Johnny seeks to retrieve the very personal object Mahini has stolen from him. T

But to get back the item means making a rare and dangerous trip to Ni’ihau, an island forbidden to outsiders. Can Johnny break the hold of the curse? He knows he must, for his sanity, for his life, and also for the life of the man he realizes he truly loves, the man he calls Aloha…

NOTE: This book was previously published under the ISBN: 978-1-55487-036-3. This reissued version of the book has been reedited. 

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