ERYN, KING OF THE BRAWL: WE ARE NOT ALONE
NEW BEGINNINGS M/M Series
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It's the year 21 A.T.
Time to face the truth. We are not alone.
South Africa, 21 A.T., was like Antarctica, cold, dark, and barren. Nothing should be able to survive in the Brawl’s nest, but Eryn and his brothers did. Eryn slipped in and out of the mines all his life to visit Phoenix, the last vestige of human civilization. Mika and Connor’s twins captivated him. So, he splits his priorities between his frog family and the human family he longed to join. Using his empathic monarchical power, he forces them to hibernate while he snuck through Phoenix, watching the twins grow up. He longed to join them, but Eryn’s egg brother Ernest is cunning and a psycho cannibalistic frog man. Eryn’s opposite in every way. To save the humans and be free, he has to eliminate them, but he’s not a murderer. Thus, isolating himself, making life complicated.
When Eryn slipped away for another quick visit, Ernest followed him. The Ice King spotted them arguing, but as he approached, running like the Mothman on acid, he fell into the cracking ice. Eryn jumped to save him, but Ernest ran as fast as his froggy legs could carry him to grab four boys for dinner.
This fast-paced rescue mission uncovers millennia-old secrets and the true origin of humans. Mika and Connor can’t understand their boys’ infatuation with Eryn. Maybe it’s Stockholm, but one thing’s for sure, Eryn’s double-dipping. He would go to lengths to please them. Sharing comes naturally to Ivan and Cian, like sharing an ice cream.
What to expect:
M/M/M and M/M pairings.
Sci-Fi Fantasy Mashup.
Anunnaki and Anubis.
Rebirth of Atlantis, only now it’s called Phoenix.
The Brawl King is the debut novel of Kashel Char. It is the first in a planned post-apocalyptic sci-fi fantasy series featuring gifted otherworldly paranormal beings falling in love. Warning: This story has explicit and graphic depictions of imprisonment, violence, blood, and gore. It is unsuitable for young and sensitive readers or anyone offended by gay sex.