Sierra Kay is an award-winning author of contemporary suspense novels based on fantasy, fairy tales and dark lore. 
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Sweet Whispers of the Devil

Victoria Hall’s son is missing—her worst nightmare realized. A nightmare made even more terrifying because, he’s in the hands of her father, a bounty hunter intent on connecting with his relations regardless of their attempts to escape his grasp. While Victoria’s mother, Honey, had changed their identities and moved from place to place to stay safe, she couldn’t prevent Victoria’s own kidnapping. Instead, she was forced to sacrifice everything she had to keep Richard at bay.

Now Honey’s dead. And daddy’s come calling. Again. With the help of an ex-lover and his mother, it’s Victoria’s turn to make the decisions that could mend her family, save her son, or send Richard over the edge. One problem. The decisions could also force Victoria to change the game in a way that sends them all on a slide straight down into her father’s particular brand of hell.

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At The Touch of Love


Best friends Echo and Telia are really experiencing some "interesting" times.  


Echo received a call on her twenty-first birthday that changed her life forever. Fourteen years later, she gets to add a pink slip to her birthday confetti. She wishes the calendar would skip over this particular day because her mental state won’t tolerate one more tragedy. And then the phone rings with news that signals another ungranted birthday wish.  


Dr. Daniel Ellington’s touch provided the electricity that pumped Telia’s heart. However, an accident spared the lives of their children but left his hanging in the balance. Now, Dan’s mother has descended on Telia, determined on securing control of his inheritance and heirs using every weapon in her arsenal. Fighting to keep her man, children, as well as her sanity may take everything Telia has, including her life.  


As Echo and Telia are thrown into the chaotic fray that is their lives, they soon realize that happy endings are only promised in fairytales. 

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In the Midst of Fire

They say there is no place like home.  


Unless your home is in a place so volatile that the devil himself would give it a wide berth and the only direction you’re trying to move … is out.


Seraphina Glen came up from an average street hustler to a married woman with a prestigious address and twin teenage stepchildren.  She walked away from her old life burning bridges and stomping on the ashes. However, that escape was temporary.  Now she finds herself back in her old apartment dragging her husband’s failure in a bag with her broken dreams.  


The twins are struggling with the significant life downgrade in a neighborhood filled with buildings so closely packed and stacked they block out all sunlight and hope. Of course, that also means it locks in liars, thieves, and drug dealers. Her husband’s depression smothers any lingering happy thoughts that managed to grow like weeds through concrete. 


As Seraphina reacquaints herself with the rules of survival, she takes steps that shake the foundation of the ideal family she tried to construct. When her circle becomes a target, what punishment is she willing to dole out and what will she be forced to endure when she finds herself caught in the midst of fire?

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From Behind the Curtain

















Dee spent most of her life on welfare, watching her often-absent father struggle with addiction and, lately, watching her mother’s battle with cancer. Dee had paid her dues. When her Auntie M brought her to live in Atlanta, things were supposed to get better.

In Atlanta, Dee had new clothes, a full fridge, and her own bedroom. 
However, she soon realized there were other issues. The most important was the apparent overdose of Pastor Clifton, her aunt’s best friend and secret love. Pastor Clifton was trying to clean up the neighborhood.

So how did he end up slumped over his desk—dead? And why, in a church full of gossips, was no one saying a word?

In Dee’s world, that level of power wasn’t unheard of. But here, it was difficult to distinguish the players and, more importantly, who was managing them from behind the curtain.