Beechwood has been thriving on Kindle Vella and now I certainly understand why! The prose will pull you in to a sci-fi world that maintains a contemporary feel, as a hidden enclave of meta humans has to deal with the first ever murder in its community.
Reigning Embers is such a great piece of writing. It's a great example of how to create a character-centric fantasy. Connecting with the character first allows readers like myself the chance to more easily digest the fantasy world-building (and romance, lol)
I binged the first three in one sitting, I could not let it go. That said, what I love most, is her infusion of mythology and lore from our world to develop the supernatural elements of Tenebrous', making it intrinsically digestible for readers from the get-go.
SC Morrison's The Hive really pushed my genre boundaries and though I can't say I've been swayed to read steamy erotica.
I can say that SC Morrison has some writing chops, and if this one's up you're ally you'll love it!
At face value the story concerns Louise and her ensnarement in the convoluted web of Adele and David Martin's crumbling marriage. Adele becomes Louise's best friend while David becomes Louise's lover.