Welcome to the website of multi-published, award winning erotic romance author Lex Valentine. Lex writes mostly MM currently, but her backlist includes MF and MMF. Although romance is her preferred genre, most of her books are paranormal or contemporary with an occasional fantasy, dystopian or steampunk thrown into the mix. All of Lex’s romances contain a Happily Ever After. She just doesn’t do romance any other way.
Lex’s current publishers include Loose Id, MLR Press, Ellora’s Cave, Liquid Silver, and Decadent. She is also the Amazon best selling author of the self published series Souls in Bondage.
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I am coming off a three year hiatus from publishing due to health and economic reasons. In order to get back into the world of authors, readers and reviewers, I’m starting a newsletter where she will discuss what’s coming up next for me, contract news, release news, some craft info and I will answer any questions readers have sent in. I will also, on occasion, do giveaways so subscribers not only get the dirt first, they get prizes too! Bear with me as I update the site. Many of my backlist are not available any longer due to publisher closings, but rest assured, they will be back soon.
Flying in the Face of Convention
This short story was in the RWA anthology Premiere and was edited by the wonderful Sylvia Day! It is available now on Kindle Unlimited. It debuted at #4 on the LGBT Short Story list, #21 on the Romance Short Story list, and #185 on the Gay fiction list. Please check it out and leave a review!
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For MM readers!
Bi-sexual wizard Randall Wise is the quintessential good guy. Still single at thirty, he’s never had a relationship or even a brush with love. Rand is convinced that good guys finish last at love and decides he needs to change if he’s ever going to find a mate of his own. Then he looks out his bedroom window to find that the sexiest guy he’s ever laid eyes on has moved in next door.
Brendan Thorne is gay, klutzy, and to his thinking, ordinary. At twenty-six, he’s got a baby face that makes men treat him as they would an innocent little brother. Determined to at least get laid, Brendan sexes up his appearance and finds his hot new neighbor ready and willing to do the dirty with him. The sex is amazing and both Rand and Brendan sense it’s the start of something more. But is it real love or just magic?
For my MF readers!
Two magic wielding warriors are torn apart by betrayal, imprisonment, and torture. When a magical heart that formerly belonged to them comes up on the auction block, both fight to win it. Major Marcus (Ren) Renniger was betrayed on a mission and became a POW. Captain Tait Boland was told Ren had died. Unable to believe it, she set out to find the truth and exact revenge on the man who stole Ren from her. Her revenge comes at the cost of her freedom and her spirit.
Six years later, Ren and Tait have both escaped imprisonment. When they meet at Spellbound Treasure because of the heart, their passions explode. For Tait, knowing that her lover is alive fills her with bittersweet elation. Broken in body and spirit, she knows she has nothing left to give him. Seeing Tait so changed strikes fear in Ren’s heart. He sets out to unravel the mystery surrounding his capture and Tait’s imprisonment. To give her back her future and regain their life together, Ren must figure out how to unbreak Tait’s heart, soul, and spirit.
The Pixie Prince which has not been available for the past 3 years, has been picked up by Loose Id. It is scheduled for release October 4! Keep an eye out for the cover reveal!
Extraction is almost done and will be going to my editor at MLR Press very soon. I’m sure it will be out some time this fall.
For a taste of Lex’s personal blog where she’s been writing since before she was published, please check out Sunlight Sucks.
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