Not just The End of a book,The End of a series.
Aslan's Fear is the last book in my Fantasies A-Z Series and I just wrote The End on it!! It is amazing and VERY bittersweet to write the last word for Aslan and Zeke. Not gonna lie. I balled like a girl when I put my pen down! I have loved writing this couple so much because the dynamic is very much like the one I have with my boyfriend. I love sharing a glimpse of the amazing life and love I have with the incredible man I get to call Daddy.
So without further adieu I give you the last Fantasies cover!!! And I must say it's one of my absolute favorites! Syneca Featherstone rocked my world on every single one of them, but this one wins by a tutu!!
Wearing Zeke’s ring is no longer enough, but is wearing his collar anything but a fantasy?
On the heels of Zeke losing his wedding ring on their last fantasy, the entrepreneurial couple is almost ready to launch their newest ship.
After taking Aslan on her desk and against her wall and on her floor he does something that shocks her to her very core.
What could possibly be better than eloping to renew their wedding vows on a beach during the maiden voyage of their beautiful new cruise ship? She wants to say nothing, yet the idea of walking down the aisle has Aslan more scared than she’s ever been before. Because wearing his ring isn’t enough anymore.
So much has changed since the day she approached him at the bar to fulfill her first fantasy.
Being his submissive, his property, is the commitment she craves.
Before they say “I do” Aslan must face her biggest fear. Is wearing his collar anything but a fantasy?
It’s all or nothing for Aslan and Zeke and the moment of no return is finally here.
Coming soon to an etailer near you as soon as I get it back from my fabulous editor!!!
Jennifer Kacey is a writer, mother, and business owner living with her miniman in Texas. She sings in the shower, plays piano in her dreams, and has to have a different color of nail polish every week. The best advice she’s ever been given? Find the real you and never settle for anything less.