cover of Moose Madness by Mar Delaney

Moose Madness: Mar Delaney

If the moose festival doesn’t blow up Maggie’s life, the hot motorcycle-riding cheerleader just might …

Big, shy, and clumsy, Maggie “Moose” McKenna has been dogged by her hated nickname ever since childhood. Worse, she lives in the small Alaska town of Moose Point, which never lets her forget it. From the annual Moose Madness Festival to the moose bumper stickers to the giant sign for the Moose Point Pub where she works, this town loves its moose.

Worst of all? Maggie really is a moose. A moose shifter, to be specific. It’s just that no one knows. No one can ever know.

Except one person …

Wolf shifter Fiona Barton was one of the mean girls in high school … and Maggie’s desperate crush. Years after shaking the dust of Moose Point off her heels, she’s back in town for a pack event and runs headlong into Maggie—and this time she recognizes what she didn’t before: the tall girl with the shy, beautiful smile is her fated mate.

Fiona is openly out; Maggie isn’t. But Fi has a lot to make up for, and Maggie has a lot of soul-searching to do before a wolf and a moose can ride off into the sunset together.

A hilarious and heartwarming enemies-to-lovers lesbian romcom, with a guaranteed HEA!



Mar Delaney

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Mar Delaney is a lesbian romance pen name for Layla Lawlor, who also writes fantasy and science fiction under her own name, straight paranormal romance as Lauren Esker, and contemporary romance as Liz Harman (co-written with her sister). She sometimes worries that she may be juggling too many pen names, but everyone needs a hobby collecting something.

She lives on the highway in Alaska, north of Fairbanks, enjoying nearly 24-hour sunshine in the summer and -40F darkness in the winter. (For certain values of enjoying.) She is also an artist and cartoonist who formerly ran the local newspaper’s layout department and is now a full-time writer.

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Layne Baker


Layne Baker writes lesbian romance with a touch of the fantastic. When not reading or writing, she can be found gardening, cooking, or fantasizing about having a farm with her girlfriend and wearing plaid 24/7.

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Susannah Adele

fantasy, science fiction, paranormal

Susannah Adele grew up playing barbarian princess in the wooded ravines behind her house and spinning stories about Amazons in pastel chitons. She has written fanfiction on and off since 1978, but in the past few years most of her works are original female-centric action adventure, comedy, erotica, fantasy, and romance. The Witch and the Warrior is her first book for Kalikoi.

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Larkin Dailey


Mild-mannered bureaucrat by day, and guerilla gardener, vigilante librarian (shh!)  and duathlete by night, Larkin Dailey takes time out from fighting the forces of darkness to imagine –and write, too slowly–alternate worlds of fantasy adventure and romance where magic is real and love wins in the end. Larkin has a story in the anthology Two Mates for the Dragon and plans for more in that universe as well as stories in other genres. If you’d like to be emailed when Larkin releases a new story, click here.

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Tate Hallaway


Lyda Morehouse leads a double life. By day she’s a mild mannered science fiction author of such works as the Shamus Award winner and Locus Award Nominated Archangel Protocol (2001). By night, she dons her secret identity as Tate Hallaway, best selling paranormal romance author. Her most recent novel, Unjust Cause, was published by Wizard Tower Press in April of 2020.

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Victoria Janssen

speculative, paranormal

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Victoria Janssen [she, her] has been publishing fiction for two decades.

She lives in Philadelphia and writes in a sunny room overrun with houseplants.

“… Janssen thoroughly develops the plot and cast of characters while incorporating well-written historical details …”

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Margaret K. Mac


Margaret K. Mac has spent her life doing the best she can with whatever she has, and generally, she’s gotten away with it. She comes from the corn, a native Midwesterner of Vietnamese descent, and she fears that someday, she must return to it. Before that, however, she has a lot of writing to do, a lot of cats to cuddle, and quite a few people to piss off.

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