Newsletter September 2017

Newsletter September 2017

September 25, 2017 | Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Goodies, Goodies! 😀 It’s not even Christmas yet and we’ve already got lots of news and fun stuff about upcoming books. No matter how much we write we seem to always be chasing our schedule, our brains working overtime with new ideas, which we can’t wait to share with you. Right now we’re hard at work on Jake’s book in the Kings of Hell MC series –  “On Your Knees, Prospect”. We’re almost half way through, so on schedule for a November release hopefully, but you can check out the Pinterest board for it.
In October though, on the 10th, “We Met in Death” is coming out, so keep an eye out for it, and we’re revealing the cover and blurb below.

In the Newsletter:

  • “Manic Pixie Dream Boy” Release party – VIDEO! + Blog post
  • “We Met in Death” – Cover + blurb + excerpt
  • Page for book-inspired art:
  • News about our books in Kindle Unlimited
Knight and Elliot from “My Dark Knight” sketch by Alex Zappa 🙂 Can’t wait to show you the finished piece!
All the best,
-Kat &Agnes Merikan

PS. We hang out a lot in our FACEBOOK GROUP! – K.A. Merikan Playroom! 🙂

“We Met in Death”

Coming 10th of October!

“This is not the night you die.”

After years of working for a loan shark, Robert is done with blood and violence. All he has to show for it is a bag of money and a lifetime of regrets. There’s no other way out of his line of work than in a body bag.

So Robert decides to die.

But on the night he chooses to seal his own fate, destiny offers him a chance at redemption. When Robert saves a handsome young escort from a terrible death, he has no idea he is setting in motion much more than one last attempt at proving that inside the hardened shell, he is a decent human being.

Charming, quick-witted, and full of smiles, Nathan is all Robert could dream of. He’s also ready to fall into the arms of his gruff protector. Robert, on the other hand, has never been with a man and will first need to fight his own demons if he is to accept that his whole being wants to make Nathan his.

With his former boss hunting them both, time is ticking, and Robert might just not get the chance to decide before it’s too late. More importantly though, Robert will stop at nothing to protect the man who’s made him feel alive again, the man who is the only thing between him and the abyss.
“I never had to think much about death before, but I did yesterday. I thought I would die. In a hole. Covered with dirt. Suffocate underground.
But then you saved me.”

enemies to lovers, protector, cruelty, homophobia, crime, self-discovery, family conflict, age gap, escort, self-hate, first time, revenge, on the run

Genre: Dark, gritty, contemporary romance 
Erotic content:
Scorching hot, emotional, explicit scenes

~90,000 words (Standalone novel, HEA)

WARNING: This story contains scenes of violence, torture, mentions of suicide, offensive language, morally ambiguous characters, homophobia and homophobic language

And a little snippet 😉


Robert slowly lowered himself next to the man and watched the thick fabric move with the hurried rhythm of his breath. “How much do you owe Vogel?” He’d seen so many people in this position before that in Robert’s mind this guy was somehow melting into a collection of them all.

The fabric pulled close to the stranger’s face, making his nose poke at it. “If anything, he owes me! I did what he asked of me. I don’t belong here. It’s all lies!”

“What does that even mean?” Robert asked and nudged the body. His tongue was dry, and he groaned when he realized the bottle was now out of reach. How could this night have gone off the rails so rapidly?

Nathan went quiet for long moment. “Have you ever seen Spartacus? You know, the gladiator TV show?”

Robert frowned, thrown aback. “Are you drunk?”

“No! No… I’ve been sober for a while now.” To Robert’s surprise, Nathan crawled a bit closer in his direction, so dangerously close to the hole that Robert had to stand in his way. “It’s just that there’s this one gladiator there, and if you’ve seen the show, I was wondering if you thought he was gay or bi. I promise this is going somewhere.”

Robert rubbed his flushed face, kneading the flesh and letting his scruff scratch his palms. “Are you trying to tell me you’re gay? Yeah, because this is very important right now.”

Nathan inhaled a deep breath. “I… it’s just that it’s my only fault here, you know? I mean, if you don’t want anyone to know you’re gay, don’t put your dick in a man, right?”

Robert rolled his eyes and pulled out a switchblade. It was dark, and he wasn’t in the mood to look for the zipper. The sleeping bag would join Robert’s former colleagues under the dirt.

He lost balance, falling to his knees instead of just leaning down. Grabbing a handful of the thick fabric, he tore a hole in the sleeping bag. “You propositioned one of Vogel’s men?”

“No! He was the one doing the propositioning! I stayed at his lakeside villa for a week! I thought we’d have a good thing going, that he liked me. And then he flipped and turned into a murdering psycho!” Big blue eyes looked up at Robert from the opening he just created. Pretty like a doll, but the dry blood marring the pale skin under Nathan’s nose reminded Robert that the young man was most definitely made of flesh and bone. His lips were swollen under the red smear, but that didn’t make Nathan any less attractive. If anything, their plumpness made Robert want to lick, nip, and part them with his fingers. Nathan’s cheekbones were the kind you were more likely to see in a magazine than in real life, and the slight dimples to the sides of his lips suggested he used to smile a lot before whatever got him here.

He was a toy thrown away by someone who got tired of playing with it, but it was hard for Robert to imagine how anyone could toss such a gem into the dirt. If this boy were his, he’d—What? What would he do? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Because Nathan wasn’t the kind of toy Robert was allowed to have. He wasn’t a kid anymore, and his self-control never slipped.

Robert tore the bag with a strong tug to both sides of the cut and offered Nathan his hand. In the blurry light, and looking back into the incredible blue of Nathan’s eyes, it almost felt as if he were the one begging for Nathan’s attention.

MANIC PIXIE DREAM BOY Release PARTY!! (Originally live)

Our guest, Constanza Wolf!

Book out here

We’re also visiting ALPHA BOOK CLUB and talking about the origins of the book title here:

Kindle Unlimited and the Scavengers series

Because of Amazon changing their payouts for books in Kindle Unlimited, we are pulling out some of our shorter work for a while. If you want to grab them in Kindle Unlimited, now’s the time.

“The Cattery”  will be out on the 29th of September so grab it quick, and our steampunk zombie serial, “Scavengers” will be removed from sale completely in October, so again, if you want to read it, NOW might be your last chance.
Next book to go out of KU will be “Hipster Brothel”, on October 19th.

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    Cindra Clark

    October 1, 2017

    Was just watching the short film clip of your Manic Pixie Dream Boy release party. LMFAOROTF, because it brought to mind a couple of the sparkling wine-cork misfires I’ve been responsible for. Like opening (or trying to) a bottle of Moet, losing my grip, therefore my aim, and having the cork hit my date in the eye–leaving him bruised for a week. Or attempting to open a bottle of someone else’s celebratory Cristal and slipping and dropping the bottle, creating a huge explosion, resulting in a mess and a total loss of champagne. It wasn’t until later that I realized what kind of investment the damn bottle was, as it was something that I’d never been able to afford–laughing and crying simultaneously over that one. Needless to say, the replacement bottle was something slightly less glamorous…….

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      Kat Merikan

      October 1, 2017

      Ha ha ha! It’s risky business doing a live video XD

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