Writing as Barbara Geiger


checking-into-sodom-smallOne year ago Trent’s life was on track. Then his horse went lame, his relationship soon followed, and his replacement horse, Dove, proved to be mean as a snake. Unable to sell a mean horse, and unwilling to send him to the knackers, Trent’s last chance is take Dove to a rehab center.

Richard has just moved to his grandfather’s ranch, after trying four other places and succeeding at none of them because he might be good at rehabilitating horses, but nobody wants him doing it unless he plays straight, and he’s damned tired of hiding he’s gay.

When Richard sees the pride sticker on Trent’s truck, it almost seems too good to be true—especially when Trent returns his interest. And in the aftermath of their encounter, it seems he was right…

Checking Into Sodom is now available from Less Than Three Press.




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Finn traded his selkie heart away years ago, and now he’s bargained his remaining freedom for two weeks with his only love. It’s going to take a little magic and a lot of heartache to free him.

Now available from Loose Id!



something-shiny-NEWThis free story is a crossover prequel with the Past and Present Tense series and the  Tempest Trilogy.

A selkie and a drag queen walk into a wildlife preserve cabin… and a long forgotten debt brings two strangers together to save a life.

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Writing as Angela Fiddler

masters-of-the-lines-seriesLineage is now available as a free download. Books 1-4 of the Masters of the Lines series are now available in a one-volume combined edition! Buy it now from Smashwords or Amazon

For most vampire masters like Vision, their lieutenants are the solution to, and the cause of, most of their problems. Then Vision met Hanz, who took the problem–and Vision–in hand. Hanz may be on top in the bedroom, but Vision’s talent in the vampire world puts him in a precarious position, and while his lieutenant may not be after his power, others are not so restrained.