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From one long-ago night…To a Christmas reunion!


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He must guard her—but can he guard his heart?
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Castles are built one stone at a time…


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Her bachelors are charming and cunning when it comes to the ways of love—until the right woman captures their unsuspecting hearts…


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Julie Ann Walker delivers perfect pulse-pounding romantic suspense!


Natalie Zina Walschots

Natalie Zina Walschots

Natalie Zina Walschots is a writer and game designer whose work includes LARP scripts, heavy metal music journalism, video game lore, and weirder things classified as "interactive experiences." Her writing on the interactive adventure The Aluminum Cat won an IndieCade award, and her poetic exploration of the notes engine in Bloodborne was featured in Kotaku and First Person Scholar. She is (unfortunately) the author of two books of poetry: Thumbscrews, which won the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry, and DOOM: Love Poems for Supervillains. Natalie sits on the board of Dames Making Games, a space for queer and gender-marginalized people to create games freely, where she hosts interactive narrative workshops. She plays a lot of D&D, participates in a lot of Nordic LARPs, watches a lot of horror movies and reads a lot of speculative fiction. She lives in Toronto with her partner and five cats. This is, arguably, too many cats.

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Series

Books:

Hench, October 2021
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
Hench, September 2020
Hardcover / e-Book

 

 

 

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