Lady Avery

Lady Avery is Dagmar Avery, secondary pen name for author Stella Price. A little about Lady Avery:

She's a jerk of all trades, dabbling in far more then black magic and the raising of the dead. She's the convention director for Authors After Dark, And I rock at it. She's the Author of smutty, naughty paranormal romance and steampunk, award winning cover artist and designs steampunk jewelry and accessories. She love Horror flicks, Cartoons and anything dark and morose. She have 5 tattoos, no piercings (anymore) and an unholy obsession with underbust corsets, octopi, thigh high socks and The Cure.

BOOKS: Click on the cover for links
Becoming Persephone
Invited to the Eros Festival, Drea encounters many people calming to be gods, including Hades, a man that makes her body burn. Hades pursues her, but it isn't as easy as a normal hunt and chase. There are obstacles in the way, sexy, horny obstacles that want to keep them apart... and Drea has to decide... a night of meaningless pleasure at the hands of the gods, or a lifetime beside one, and only one, as Persephone.


Looking Glass Lover
Tansy Morlock is the wild child of the group, her sexual appetites running towards the kinky and naughty. While at the party with her friends, she happens on a mirrored hallway, and a sexy man who calls himself Hypnos. When he beckons her through the glass for an erotic encounter she has no idea exactly what he has in store for her. 

All the Pleasures the Skies Have to Offer
Pander is the most down to earth of the three, the one most would consder the plain jane of her friends, so imagine her surprise when shes accosted in the foyer of the Eros ball by two beautiful men claiming to wish to pleasure her for the night?

Coleus and Tinia are sky gods vying for the affection and heart of Pander, the woman promised to the skies. Rivals, when they have to work together to figure out whom she belongs to, will they realize so much more about themselves?


A Hellion of the Skies
Andrew Rawdon has spent the past five years searching for the love of his life, Lady Sarah Worthington, the daughter of the Duke of Casmarin. When she vanished without a trace, Andrew threw himself into his work, hoping that his travels with his airship company, the Perpetual Aether and Cargo Company would bring him news of the woman he lost just before they were to be married.

Taking on a major political and scientific job, transporting the newly invented Chronosphere, something that was purported to help humanity to the next stage of technology. He knew the risks, industrial espionage, possible sabotage, and of course, the Hellions, a group of women who terrorized the skies for fun and profit.

Imagine his surprise when Sarah is the woman that boards his ship and demands he hand over the Chronosphere. Caught between duty to his company, and duty to his heart, Andrew must figure out a way to make his contract and save the woman he lost. Little does he know that Sarah has a special mission of her own.