Grayson Cole: The Delicious Dark Side of Love

About Grayson

Grayson Cole is an author obsessed with language, love and the fantastic. She is intrigued by the relationships people build and what makes them work. Grayson hopes to bring intense and engaging characters to life for her readers along with well-developed,  interesting stories.

Though a complete romantic at heart, Grayson's first major novel, Bright Star, flexed her fantasy/horror muscle and released to outstanding reviews with Lyrical Press, Inc in 2008. Reviews for this dark fantasy have been outstanding . The follow up, Domina, is much anticipated.

Expressing her softer, more romantic side, Grayson released The Builder and The Prescription Playboy, both of which are about strong women who recognize and welcome love, yet still have to struggle to acknowledge its place in their lives.

In June 2011, she polarized you with the intense interracial romance, Inside Out. In November she released her first romantic suspense, Caress.

She returns to the world of fantasy in her next novella The Lovers' Opalus: The Empire.


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Grayson's Art


Untitled I

I did this painting almost four years ago. It was for a friend but alas, it stayed in my possession too long for me to give it up. The painting is done all in high shine metallic acrylic the picture here helps you see what it looks like. It almost looks like a sheet of tempered copper in person. Hope you like it.



Flowers in the Dark

I really enjoy painting flowers. My theory is that I paint them because they are organic and infinite in look and feel. So, even if I don't know what I'm doing technically, sometimes the pieces come out looking incredible anyway. I'm not sure that this particular species exists anywhere on the planet, but hey, I like the final product. The flowers I think are pretty but also a bit melancholy. I believe it resides somewhere in Lousiana as a result of a contest I ran a few years back.


Violent Lilacs

Here's a much more stormy and abstract field of flowers than in the one featured above. It's actually part of a triptych of abstracts done in purple, charcoal, and white.

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