Marci Baun

Kit Wylde is one of Marci Baun's pseudonyms. Marci fell in love with romance during her teenage years. She didn't pen her first story until well into her thirties. She sold her first story and has been writing when she has the time, which isn't often as she usually busy editing and running two publishing houses. Married with one very active child, she still enjoys reading and writing a good romance.

Her works have appeared in Wild Child Publishing, Love Notes Zine, Under A Full Moon, and Coffee Time Romance. Currently, she has one novella available through Freya's Bower, Last Chance, a paranormal erotic romance, a short story in the charity anthology Dreams & Desires: A Collection of Romance & Erotic Tales, and a serial chapter titled The Whispering House, a paranormal erotic romance tinged with horror. She also has a novella, Hierogylphs, available from Wild Child Publishing.


When a new hieroglyphic alphabet is discovered on an ancient Egyptian scroll, expert archaeologist Joslyn Wetherly is called in to decipher it. Joslyn is obsessed with the scroll, and that obsession threatens her marriage.

But soon her life is threatened as the secrets of the scroll prove dangerous. Before Joslyn realizes what is happening, she is embroiled in a rivalry between two long-dead pharaohs, their Egyptian gods, and past life karmas.

Will Joslyn survive the secrets revealed in the scroll? Or will she be the next victim of the ancient feud?


Susan Pell escaped from a nasty relationship and found peace living alone (if you don't count the two match-making ghosts who are the original owners). Just when she decides to enter the dating pool again, in walks Max Lancaster, a sexy cowboy who happens to be her neighbor. Max has been given a free reading in the hopes that Susan will be able to predict his future. The attraction between them is instant, but his obvious disgust with her profession makes Susan want to have her way with him then strangle him for being such a close-minded fool. No matter that the ghosts say he's the one, Susan's not buying it. Avoiding him doesn't help, nor does dating someone else. When Susan vows to forget him, fate (with a little help from the ghosts) take matters into their own hands.


After her mother's death, Eleanor Radcliffe leaves her job in San Jose and sells her parents' house. She retreats to a small house outside of Fresno. But her house hides a secret, and when things start to happen that can't be explained, who will help her? Her mysterious neighbor Michael Stevens? The handsome sheriff Rodney Tyler who answers her panicked calls? Or is she doomed?

This is a chapter book. Each chapter will be rated based upon the content of that chapter. One chapter may be sweet, and the next could be beyond sizzling.