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Erin Trejo Keeping Faith (Knights of Sin – Book 4)

Kane: Unhappily married. Yeah, that sums up my life. I messed up with that shit decision. I still have my sister though. When I attend her wedding, I run into an old friend. Ivy. When she admits that she had feelings for me, I take her home like any good man would do. I didn’t expect all the complications that came with it though. She was used before me and I want to show her that I’m not the same as him. The problem is, I am.

Ivy: I fought cancer and won. I fought a useless husband and won. When I see Kane again, I lose. Badly. I always had a crush on him when we were kids. I never thought the feelings would still be there years later. One night with him and my world is thrown off balance. His club is his life and I know that. When my cancer comes back in full force, I do the one thing I can. I run. He will chase me. He told me he would. When the tables turn, will I do the same?

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Trejo writes:

  • Romance;
  • Mashups;
  • Humorous erotica fiction;
  • Contemporary and Suspense.

You’re thinking what does that have to do with SciFi, RPG, or GameLit?  Nothing actually.  But, I know I have quite a few serial readers who follow along, from week to week, and I want to open you up to other genres and some great indie writers you probably haven’t considered.  Erin Trejo fits the bill (she’s a great writer and she’s indie).  Since I like talking about outstanding and talented indie authors—I want you to check her out and read a few of her books.

Trejo knows how to tell a story.

We’ve all read stories that just didn’t seem to flow from chapter to chapter.  Or, stories where the protagonist’s actions were so typical you could see what was coming a mile away.  Erin Trejo doesn’t write like that—and that’s one of the reasons I find her such a joy to read.  Trejo knows how to tell a story.  Often, her characters will twist and turn in unexpected ways leaving you thinking damn I didn’t see that coming.  Contrary to popular belief, it takes talent to be able to do that.

Sexy writing.

While it might be true that some people don’t like reading explicit sex—I’m not one of them.  I enjoy writers who take it to the edge.  Erin doesn’t disappoint either.  She knows a thing or two (maybe three) on how to write about sexy time. Writing a sex scene is not something every author can do successfully.  It takes skill.

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