Kim Dare


Avian Shifters

Tags: bdsm, erotica, gay & lesbian, paranormal romance, shapeshifters

A collection of full length novels, all set in a world of avian shifters. It features birds of all different species and explores how they fit into the complicated heirarchy of the avian world.

For maximum enjoyment, please read the books in sequence.

The first one, Duck! is based on the fairy tale of The Ugly Duckling. None of the others are based on fairy tales.

Thrown to the Lions

Tags: bdsm, complete, erotica, gay & lesbian, paranormal romance, shapeshifters, werelions

A series of four Male/Male (or Male/Male/Male) BDSM werelion novels, following lions from the same pride. These ones are best read in order as part of a series. This series is complete.

Money. Excitement. Duty. Lust.

Four men have agreed to be thrown to the local pride of werelions. Each might have had a different motive when he first applied for the position of willing human sacrifice, but one thing is guaranteed - once a man is delivered, bound and naked, to the lions' doorstep, he’s destined to receive much more than he ever bargained for.

And, as for the lions who accept their sacrifices - from the leader of the pride, all the way down to the meekest cub, they're about to find out just how much trouble humans can be.

Pack Discipline

Tags: bdsm, complete, erotica, gay & lesbian, paranormal romance, shapeshifters, werewolf

A series of four Male/Male, BDSM, werewolf novels following wolves from the same pack. These stories are best read in order as part of the series. 

Werewolf packs have always thrived under a strict hierarchy. From alpha to omega, every wolf knows exactly what role his role in the pack is. For werewolves, everything is very simple, very disciplined.

But humans have developed a completely different way displaying their dominance and submission. When a pack of werewolves begin to discover human kinks, everything becomes very complicated.

Can a newly formed pack find the perfect balance between the werewolf traditions they have always known and the human games they are only just discovering? And in all the confusion, is there room for love as well as discipline?