Piper Rayne versus P. Rayne
Rayne is the darker side of Piper Rayne. These books will be steamier with darker themes and elements throughout. You will not get our meddling grandmas here, but you’ll still get lots of great stuff!
No. P. Rayne books will be about twenty-five percent longer than Piper Rayne books.
P. Rayne will only be available in ebook and paperback at first. We hope to include audio in our catalog sometime in the future.
We do not have a set schedule, but we are hoping to release at least four books a year.
No, our schedule for Piper Rayne will remain intact with releases approximately every 6-7 weeks.
Because these books will be enrolled in Kindle Unlimited, we are unable to make them available on other retailers per Amazon’s terms and conditions. We chose a subscription-based model because we want to reach a new audience that isn’t available on other retailers.
Yes! The books can be bought or borrowed on the Amazon storefront, so you’ll still be able to purchase our book if you prefer to own the book versus borrowing (reading then returning).
Yes, all you have to do is download the Kindle app and you can read it on your phone, tablet or computer.
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Growing up, all we had was each other.
Jimmy’s always been the one who protected me—at any cost. I was content to let him clean up my messes. And when he kept his promise to get us out of our hometown and living the lives we always dreamed of, I was happy to pretend everything would be okay... for a while.
While Jimmy was able to leave the past behind, mine felt like a tattoo I could never scrub clean.
Jimmy thinks he can fix me—he tries, and tries, and tries.
Sometimes love isn’t enough to heal all the wounds from the past. Sometimes even your savior thinks you’re not worth saving.
And he’d be right… until everything changed.
I’ve loved Lilah for as long as I can remember.
And for as long as I can remember, she’s pushed down the traumas of her past until they became poison running through her veins, infecting everything she touched.
Watching the woman you love destroy herself piece by piece is the slowest, most painful form of torture I know.
Giving her up may be the only way to save her. But how do I just walk away from the one person I love most in this life?
Note: This book was previously published as All We Were/All We Are by Elisabeth Grace and Michelle Lynn.
Trigger warning: alcohol, alcoholism, dubious consent, drug use, murder, needles, profanity, incest/sexual abuse, sexually explicit scenes, violence
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Vow of Revenge
Mafia Academy Book 1
Nothing ruins a perfect day like your dead fiancé showing up in the middle of your first class.
Mirabella La Rosa
When my father arranged for me to marry the next in line to lead the Costa crime family, I swore I'd do anything to escape that fate. I have way more to offer my family than being some man's arm candy, producing heirs, and making appearances at weddings and baptisms.
Marcelo Costa might be my fiancé, but he'll never be my husband.
Somehow, I get lucky because he and his father are killed in a car bombing. Not only do I not have to go from being a mafia princess to a mafia wife, but now I can attend college at the Sicuro Academy--an affluent private college created for mafia children like me.
I'm so excited. I've moved into my dorm room with my best friend, put on the uniform and am ready to learn. But all my plans come to a screeching halt when he shows up on campus alive and well, seeking revenge on those that crossed him.
The look of shock on my fiancée's face when I walk into the classroom at the Sicuro Academy gives me more pleasure than it should.
Mirabella made it clear she didn't want to marry me, and she's a problem to be dealt with for sure. But now, she's the smaller of my two problems.
The only reason I'm at the Sicuro Academy is because my investigation into the bomb that killed my father and almost took me out has led me here.
So I'll allow Mirabella to stay at the academy while I track down my father's murderer, but once I've brought that person to my own particular brand of justice I'll remove her from campus and make her my wife.
And no amount of pleading on her part will change my mind.
Trigger warning: alcohol, attempted murder, profanity, sexually explicit scenes, stalking, physical violence, gun violence
Releasing June 8th, 2023
Corrupting the Innocent
Mafia Academy Book 2
For years, I’ve harbored a secret love for my best friend’s older brother. Yet, he’s never shown any sign of sharing my feelings.
My fantasies will remain just that though—fantasies. For two reasons. The first being he’s arranged to marry the cunning and cold-hearted, Aurora Salucci. The second being that Antonio always does what his duty demands, and if his father wants him married to Aurora, he’ll marry her.
Now, I’m forced to watch her parade him all over the Sicuro Academy, our private college for mafia children, as my feelings of loneliness grow.
I do my best to push Antonio from my mind and when another man shows me interest, I hope he’ll help me move on from the man that will never be mine.
Turns out it doesn’t quite work that way though.
Antonio La Rosa
My life has been a series of duties—to the mafia, to my father, but never to myself.
That’s why my father arranged my engagement to Aurora Salucci. We’re a good match as far as mafia politics go but it leaves a lot to be desired for me. She’s nothing I’ve ever wanted in a wife with her hard edges and being about as malleable as granite.
Then there’s Sofia Moretti, my little sister’s best friend. I never looked at her with anything other than sisterly affection, until recently.
Now, she consumes my every thought. My every desire.
Her innocence beckons me, and I yearn to be the one who taints it.
But I have a duty. And that duty means prioritizing my family’s needs above my own.
And right now, the family needs me to uncover the traitor plotting against us. Little do I know, the enemy is closer than I ever imagined.
Trigger warning: alcohol, attempted murder, profanity, sexually explicit scenes, cheating (but no bed hopping), pregnancy loss, physical violence, murder, and death.