Meraki P. Dark is, as the last name suggests, the dark side of Meraki P. Lyhne.
Where Meraki P. Lyhne will play with anything from fluffy slow-burns with HEA and go to the border of dub-con, letting his characters deliver a striped ass, Meraki P. Dark will explore the depraved minds during non-con, and he’ll play with whatever fetish catches his attention.
It is the human psyche and its abilities to stretch or break that will be explored to its fullest. There will always be a plot—no one is tortured unless the character finds a good reason for it within the plot. There is room for love and tender moments, too, but they have to work hard for it!
Author’s books, both active and announced
Lil Harvest series
In the beginning, an Incubus was merely a low-ranking demon who fed on the sexual terror he could inflict upon a human being. But that was before one of them got the idea to turn a human with nothing to lose into the perfect demon feeder.
The Endowment #1 ACTIVE
The Mandate #2 ACTIVE
The Apprentice Vol. 1 #3 EDITING
The Apprentice Vol 2. #4 EDITING
The Doorway #5 ANNOUNCED
Lil Harvest spin-offs
Dreams of Vengeance COMING NOVEMBER 15
The doctors were optimistic that it was a temporary adverse reaction. Being unable to sleep during the perpetual sleep-paralysis, all he had was the view of a ceiling. But one night, a Lil demon stopped by.
A sinister dark web niche for bored rich people with a depraved need to watch sexual decadences have put their money into a project to give them just that. High-end entertainment with lots of violence and lots of sex.
Colosseum of Lust #1 ANNOUNCED
Hell Revised #2 ANNOUNCED
A Nightmare for your Dream #3 ANNOUNCED
Shifting Power #4 ANNOUNCED
Hybrid Incubator ACTIVE
The conspiracy theorists of the world might have gotten something right. Maybe not the details, but they got something right. Secret experiments exist!
The details they didn’t get right were probably down to not having the imagination for what an ass can be used for.
The Price of Paradise ACTIVE
Everybody thought fracking was just another way of getting resources out of the ground. But everybody forgot that we don’t really know what’s down there.