Category Archives: Psychic Men

Is Psychic Men Non-con? Of course not.

From Matchstick Men:

Cam laid down on his side and pried one of Hunt’s arms loose, taking one hand in his own, massaging gently.

“This isn’t a scene. There’re no restraints. We aren’t in a club. I’m still a Dom; I’m always that. But you have safewords.”

He smiled at Hunt’s surprised expression. “Of course, you do. I want you to do what I say because … you want from me what I want to give you.”

In Dancing Men, Hunter uses his safeword:

Red!” Hunt screamed. The strap hit the floor. 

He felt Cam’s body shift as he fished his keys from his pocket. He got the cuffs off quickly, and rubbed Hunter’s wrists. He massaged feeling back into his arms.

Hunter initiates the conversation in Psychic Men:

Hunt looked up into eyes veiled in arousal, pupils wide in the muted light of their private table. “Anything you want, Cam.”

Camden Snow, shy boy in real life, confident king on the slopes, merciless Dom in the club, looked quickly away when his eyes filled, shocking him.

Hunt sat up and back, keeping Cam’s hand between his own, still and safe.

“Why?” Cam asked, coming back.

“Because you give me everything I want,” Hunt answered. “Except one thing.”


“You keep yourself in check. You …. calculate what I need. You leave yourself out of the equation. But I want you. I never wanted anyone before, not some specific person. I don’t do halfway any more than you do. I want you to let go. To trust me.”

Camden Snow … knew how dark some of his desires were. …

… Captured by the raw hunger in Hunter’s eyes to abandon himself totally to anything and everything his Dom was or wanted, rendered Cam both powerless and indestructible. He felt something dissolve inside himself. Something old and hardened.

“You already know,” Cam said.


“What I am. Want.”

“Yes. … And?”

It was a very steep slope and a long way to fall, but Hunter had made Cam invulnerable. “You want it, too.”

Hunter smiled.

As he has always done, Cam gave Hunter exactly what he wanted in Psychic Men.

These men are who they are. They do not apologize for themselves and I do not apologize for them. Cam’s a sadist. That’s never been a secret. Hunter’s a masochist. Also, not a hidden trait.

At the Club

The Full Metal Dom accepts no limits, no safewords, no discussion.  Everyone knows the deal and he explains it again to each sub.

“There are no limits. You have no safeword. You do nothing I do not order. I don’t stop until I’m done. … You have one chance to walk away. Once I restrain you, nothing and no one can or will rescue you. I am all there is.”

You want to play with Camden Snow, you accept this. And this is why many subs seek him out. To get this.

But their relationship isn’t a scene.

These men aren’t bound by anyone’s idea of what BDSM “should” be. Nothing they do is unique or unusual in the spectrum of real-world BDSM relationships.

These men are each extraordinary in their own ways. Only another man as extraordinary as each of them could have captured them. If you want Cam less a Dominant sadist or Hunter less a submissive masochist, you’re going to be disappointed. If you want them to be like some other Dom or sub you knew, read or imagined, probably you’re also going to be disappointed.


Psychic Men: Hunter Dane Investigation 3/Hunt&Cam4Ever 5

It’s been three months since Hunt and Cam were trapped in a blizzard. Spring has arrived, and they’re settled into a satisfying routine of solving murders, hanging at the club (sometimes literally) and playing cards with friends, when they aren’t expressing their affection for one another. Vigorously. It was a great life in an idyllic location. Until a skinny kid who barely came up to Cam’s chin sought out Hunter Dane…

“I saw my father last night,” Asher Gamble told him. “He said Jason Furney’s going to die and people will say I did it.”
Hunt frowned. The boy’s name seemed familiar. “Tell me the rest of it.”

Asher locked his gaze on Hunt’s as intractably as Camden Snow ever had.

“My father killed my mother and my brother when I was two years old. He died in prison four years ago.”

So much for routine.

A 60k word police procedural. The third Hunter Dane Investigation and the 5th book in the Hunt&Cam4Ever mm bdsm series. For adult lovers of suspense and apple pie for breakfast.


Psychic Men Research Links



Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs


AIR : A Statistical Assessment of the Evidence for Psychic Functioning






You Write Your Books

I keep saying I don’t write romance because I don’t.

Fantasy is great. Romance or shifter or sci-fi or whatever, I’m down with fantasy.

I just don’t write it because I’m pretty sure I’d suck big time at it. I’m a person who reads nonfiction for pleasure. And we usually write best what we read most. When I did read fiction, I usually read mysteries. The author who influenced me the most was Truman Capote. He refined and popularized, some say invented, the “nonfiction novel” with the publication of In Cold Blood. It’s a kind of writing that is, by the fact of what it is, loosely-defined.

It’s what I write. Capote, whose literary shoes I’m not fit to tie, wrote mostly  fact that read like fiction.

I write fiction that insists on being true to reality. Not bound by it, but very much based in it. Camden Snow is physically based a real pro athlete. His accomplishments are mirrored in teen-aged Olympic medal winners. I write about BDSM clubs or sex from the experiences of my life and the lives of people I know. I write about being a cop as I was a cop and cops I knew. Hunter Dane poses for stock photos, nude or semi because a cop I knew did. You rarely find a lid with a Tamil burial jar. A clitoris is not a little nub. A comminuted femur fracture can take four months to heal well enough to bear weight.

Things are fictionalized or it would’t be fiction. Ben Hart makes sexual support devices that are about serving women instead of men. That’s wildly fictional, unfortunately.

My next book will be out …. soon. Not when I’d planned. Before Spring ends. It’s got graphic sex, as usual, because my boys can’t seem to keep their hands to themselves for more than five minutes. Like most of my stuff, it’s fact-based and a bit science-heavy.PSYCHIC2tohoAnd it has a really interesting list of research links.

I write love stories. But what’s inside the book is only what you find there.

“It is the theory which decides what we can observe.”



Comment about the book here. From the backmatter of Psychic Men:

WTF, Addi?

This is for my regular readers.

Deep cleansing breath, guys. … Ahhhhhhh….

There’s always a murder to solve and the Hunt&Cam4Ever series doesn’t change. Hunter’s always been an intuitive guy. He’ll keep being that. But he’s also a logical, reasoning, guy. And a great cop. And he and Cam are crazy about each other. That doesn’t change, either.

Cam’s life was in deep flux when we met him. We didn’t know that in On His Knees. We found out in Dancing. And the work he wants to do, the place where his life finally settles down, will be chronicled along with Lissa’s and Asher’s here:


In all cases, recall what Hunter told Asher:

“it’s love that sent my father to you, love that fuels it all…”