Co-authored Books


KILLING THE SUN is a collaborative novel by K. Larsen and Mara White.
KTS is not a ROMANCE
This book features a non-linear time line, some violence as well as sex.
Do not read this book if you don't like antiheroes.
Do not read this book if sexual sadism makes you uncomfortable.
Do not read this book if you are looking for a traditional HEA.
Do not read this book if you like demure heroines and swashbuckling heroes.
KTS is a serial novel that will come in three novellas released in rapid succession.
If you choose to take this ride, please do so at your own risk.

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Editorial Reviews

Katy Evans - NY Times Best Selling Author  says,"Jaw-droppingly complex and completely mind-blowing! This is the most wickedly addictive read on my bookshelf!"

K. Webster says, "K. Larsen and Mara White, a dynamic writing duo, are back for an intense, mind-blowing, 'don't blink' kind of a thriller. Killing the Sun will keep you on your toes as it weaves a tale of love, hate, enemies, lovers, secrets, and lies. It's a nail-biter that'll have you devouring the pages in record time, only to leave you pouting for more when it comes to an end!"

R.L. Griffin says, " It's not a romance so please don't go into it wanting a pretty little story. This book is smart. It's intriguing. It's addicting. It's not pretty."

Supreet, Goodreads reviewer says, "If Gillian Flynn wrote erotica..."



Twenty years weren’t enough for either of them to forget.

A chance encounter, a missed connection.

Two wayward stars that collided in a turbulent sky, at the right place, but at the wrong time in both of their lives.

What happens when they meet again? Do the same unforgettable sparks still fly?

Titan Jennings and Jesenia Van Buren may come from two different worlds but their hearts are open to second chances. No matter who or what may stand against them, love is what anchors their lives together.

Love may be infinite but time is not, Missed Connection is a novel about making the very best you can with what little you’ve got.

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Editorial Reviews

"You know one of those stories that grips you from page one and never lets' go until you've turned the last page? Well Missed Connection is that kind of story. It was everything and more - it was absolutely flawless - it was perfection." -Totally Booked

"The ultimate second chance love story that is both heartwarming and heartbreaking." -After Dark Book Lovers
"Missed Connection had me at hello." -The Book Bellas
"This story was sweet and heartwarming. Brave and touching. And soul crushing. I haven't read anything like it and it will always hold a special place in my heart." -Bestselling Author, K. Webster
"This is seriously one of the most romantic books I have EVER read!" Bestselling Author, Katy Evans
"K. Larsen and Mara White know how to make you fall in love and break your heart in one fell swoop." - That is my Bookshelf

The Marriage Pact







Ryan Walters and Jackie Bowen became instantaneous friends during their wild and free years of college. He, the rugged, yet all American football player from a stable family fell hard for Jackie, the exuberant, spontaneous girl from a broken home who lived and loved life to the fullest. Too young to commit and wary of damaging the unique bond they shared, the friends to lovers make a pact promising to find one another again at the age of thirty and marry—if not already committed.

Years apart, after much growth and change, the two best friends seek one another out. In college, neither Jackie or Ryan could possibly know that every relationship to come would fall short of the one they’d shared together all those years ago.

When the two meet again, love and chemistry soar beyond their wildest dreams and they agree to make good on their promise. But a second chance at love can be fickle and fleeting.

The Marriage Pact is a story about letting go and loving with your whole heart no matter the circumstance—or how much it hurts.

The Marriage Pact, the second book in The Viral Series following Missed Connection, by romance authors K. Larsen and Mara White is based on a heartbreaking viral Reddit post. Each book is a stand alone novel.

Praise for The Marriage Pact

"The ultimate story of love! Raw, intense and emotional story of all the ugly parts of love. This beautiful haunting read held my attention captive until the end. Brilliant writing, get ready to have all your emotions "yanked" out of your soul! The story of Ryan and Jackie was consuming, and I won't disclose any more without giving anything away or spilling more tears."
-Devilishly Dirty Book Blog
"5 True Love Affair Stars Beautifully devastating. Captivatingly emotional. Heart wrenchingly powerful."
-A is for Alpha B is for Books Blog
"The Marriage Pact is emotionally all-consuming, and you won't be able to put down this highly addictive book. If this devastatingly beautiful book doesn't make you shed a tear or two, I'm pretty sure you don't have a heart beating in your chest. The Marriage Pact will make it on to my best of 2017 list."
 -Kindle Crack Book Reviews
"The writing duo of Katie and Mara have my vote for the best duo. They write smart novels that captivate all of the emotions. I highly recommend their books, but I love this one the best. I had a moment where I stared blankly at the words swimming on the page and then a huge smile broke out on my face because these authors are brilliant"
 -Best- selling author RL Griffin
"We absolutely love the writing duo of K Larsen and Mara White; they're pretty fabulous. Their writing is flawless, seamless and one completely complements the other. This story was superbly written, it was evocative with moments of stunning beauty."
-Totally Booked
"Their love was the epitome of what true love really is. It surpassed all obstacles and never let anything get in the way once it was all said and done. I am still on a broken-hearted high from this book, as K and Mara know how to really bind your heart to their story and make you fall in love. Without choice, you FALL hard. My poor aching poor, poor heart."
-The Book Bee

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