Fyn Alexander


January18th 2011

Angel and the Assassin is one of Siren Reviews four best GBLT books of 2010.  Which is very flattering.

I am also very excited about the sequel to Angel and the Assassin, Be Brave, which will be released on April 5th 2011.

Be Brave tells the further adventures of this unlikely pair of lovers.

MI6 assassin Kael Saunders was supposed to kill Angel Button after he witnessed a kill. Not only did Kael refuse to hurt Angel, but he took him home and fell in love with him. Living together now in a loving D/s relationship, Angel wants to follow in Daddy’s footsteps while Kael is determined to keep his boy out of the dangerous arena of international assassins. During an in France assignment Kael finds a little girl who is caught up in the dark world human trafficking and determines to rescue her. When he is taken prisoner Angel sets out to find his beloved Daddy and bring him home.

16 January 2011

Angel and the Assassin:Be Brave– the sequel to Angel and the Assassin will be released April 5th 2011.

Kael Saunders, now established in a D/s relationship with Angel Button is trying to live a normal life as a language teacher for the Secret Intelligence Service.  But the only thing in Kael’s life he is contented with is Angel. Their love for each other grows constantly.  In the meatime Conran is trying to draw Kael back into the field. No other assassin is as accomplished as Kael.  Growing bored and frustrated with teaching, the excitement of the world of assassin, spys and international intrigue beckons and Kael takes on a job. A one-off, or so he says. One job leads to another and whirlwind adventure begins in which Kael sets out to rescue a child caught up in the web of human trafficking.


Angel and the Assassin will be released September 7th 2010. I had a great time writing it and I hope readers will enjoy it too. Set mostly in London, England and with a scene in Cape Cod (I love Cape Cod) and another in Bosnia, Angel and the Assassin has an international flavour.

I grew up in Liverpool, England and though I have been living in Canada for quite some time, the flavours of UK life still resonate with. Whenever I return I always go to Liverpool and wander round the city. The history there is breath-taking. So I decided to make my hero a native of Liverpool. Kael Saunders is a working class boy who has done very well in life due to his intelligence and ruthlessness.

I look forward to readers comments.



  1. Hello,
    I enjoyed the novel immensely. I was wondering what will be next.
    thank you

    Comment by LA — October 13, 2010 @ 11:47 pm | Reply

    • Thanks for stopping by.
      I am happy you enjoyed Angel and the Assassin. There will be a sequel which I am currently working on.

      Comment by fynalexander — October 14, 2010 @ 9:09 am | Reply

  2. Hi,
    I am supper exited..Who is the sequel going to be about?
    Thank you

    Comment by LA — October 15, 2010 @ 12:18 am | Reply

    • The sequel will focus on the further adventures of Angel and Kael. They will never stop loving each other but life is full of ups and downs when you’re an assassin.

      Comment by fynalexander — October 15, 2010 @ 3:16 pm | Reply

      • Thank you.

        Comment by LA — October 22, 2010 @ 12:31 am

  3. Hi Fyn .. I thoroughly enjoyed Angel and the Assassin and Be Brave. Will you be writing any more Angel and Kael stories?


    Comment by Shelley — November 27, 2011 @ 5:51 pm | Reply

    • Hi Shelley. I see you are a kiwi! I’ve always wanted to visit NZ. Thanks for Your comments and the answer is a resounding YES! “Angel and the Assassin: Sins of the Father” will be released January 16th 2012. This will probably be the final installment of Angel and Kael. I am working on an entirely new story present. All the best to you and thanks again for your interest.

      Comment by fynalexander — November 27, 2011 @ 9:52 pm | Reply

  4. Are any of your books in Print, and where can I buy? Esp. the Assassin series–Thanks Cary

    Comment by CaryLory — January 25, 2012 @ 1:33 pm | Reply

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