Bio: Marshall Ian Key, who also goes by the alias Marsh Alien in order to avoid certain creditors related to the gaming industry, is a writer of comic romances. Some of them occasionally contain sexual material. Not so frequently that you would actually want to read them for that purpose, but often enough they you might not want your thirteen-year-old reading them at all. Up to you, though. Mr. Key worked as an organ grinder, an itinerant peddler, and a fishmonger before finally discovering a career suited to the present century. He currently resides outside a large Eastern metropolis in the United States. He enjoys skiing, fishing and white water canoeing. He can?t actually do any of them; he just likes the idea of them.
High school senior Jason Thompson finds two dolls that used to belong to his grandfather, and photographs showing his grandfather in bed with two very beautiful, very real women. When he finally learns his grandfather's secret, he finds a new world has opened. Not only can he transform the dolls into any woman he desires, but the women appear to find him incredibly attractive from the minute they arrive. After a month, Jason finds that the dolls are much more than a potential source of celebrity... more info>>
Patrick Sterling, a shy fifteen-year-old in a tight-knit family, dreams of attending the University of Virginia and, maybe, of asking his sister's friend, Cammie, on a real date. But he's in far too much of a hurry. When he accidentally meets Santa Claus in the men's room of a mall, he wishes he could skip ahead three years, and avoid all the mess of high school. On Christmas morning, he gets his wish. He is now eighteen year old "Trick," a senior jock content to skip college and bed one babe af... more info>>
After only six months of marriage, Caroline Stanhope is the pregnant widow of a naval hero. When she moves to London, she finds her late husband's family--the Earl of Prescott and his two sons--offers both hope and horror.