Seven years ago, Justice Fayhee disappeared without a trace. Now, on Christmas Eve, Tristan stumbles across his old lover lying in a snowy alley. Why is Justice back and what happened to him? The chance meeting launches Tristan headlong into a frightening snowstorm where he’s confronted with the esoteric gift of immortality.
Falling for Ian wasn’t in Skorpe’s plans. To save Ian from the Crimson Bane, Skorpe steals nine grand from him and leaves him to set up a safe haven then returns only to discover that he might be too late.
Persephone Jones is part of a paranormal investigation team out of Detroit. She manages all the information the team gathers on cases, but everyone suspects there’s more to Seph than she’s letting on—she’s a medium, a powerful one.
In the second novel of The Werewolves of Rebellion series, Phillip Andrews, second-in-command of the Werewolves of Rebellion, bumps into Daffodil, a leggy blond, and falls hard for her. There’s only one problem—she’s the River Rebel’s branded property.
Sons of Anarchy meets True Blood in Ana Lee Kenndy’s Nightshade’s Flame, the first novel in The Werewolves of Rebellion series.
When Bernadette falls for the president of the Werewolves of Rebellion, she’s discovers the harsh truth about him and his clan, plunging her into a supernatural world.
Frank has to keep Bernadette safe but it could cost him the woman he loves.
Devorah is the youngest and only female child with nine brothers. She’s tired of being their servant and told what she can and cannot do. Little does her village and family know that she protects them from the Ogres of Jewel Mountain, but once her secret is out, both Man and Ogre fear her.
However, Sir Hestbone, the Dwarves Captain of War, has a different perspective on her lust for spilled blood
When Man and Fae are threatened by the Thorn or Ebon, the goddess Raya sends Ember on a quest to find & defeat it. Happy to escape the palace walls and anticipating new lovers, Ember embarks on her journey. But when she meets Sarenkesh, a Gloaming Elf, her power finally manifests, she realizes her magic will kill him and is forced to keep her distance from the only man she's ever loved.
With Christmas weeks away, Oak finally ends a bad relationship that's been dying for years. Traveling alone on his motorcycle seems the best way to clear his head. But once he meets Chandler, his plans change. Oak insists he’s not interested in the guy, but he’s drawn to his unique perspective on life, even if his enthusiasm for Christmas is a little overwhelming.
They weren’t supposed to get smarter!
In the third book of the Lovers of the Galaxy series, the Bone Eaters are evolving thanks to the evil genius of the human monster Randolph and Venus not only has to deal with smarter zombies, but also a room full of Alpha warriors who keep challenging each other, including her two out-of-this world husbands, Volund and Jaxxon.
Miln and Oshki travel back in time to the year 1847 where they track down Randle Nyerscot, a potential killer, but their journey into the past isn’t the lovers’ getaway they thought it would be. Miln soon realizes there’s trouble in their historical paradise. It’s his duty to protect others, but his new, much-younger mate insists their love should always come first.
Venus Dalshvire, the daughter of murdered scientists, lives alone with her dog for company. Barricaded in a former bank, Venus raises a garden on the rooftop and scavenges during the heat of the day to avoid the Bone Eaters. When two beautiful brothers with odd tools and weapons show up to claim her as their mate, she’s secretly pleased but also desperate to maintain her independence.
Trapped between the worlds of Fae and Mortals, Honey becomes a deity’s pawn in a game of love and war.
About to marry the cruel Kaedric, Honey resigns herself to a life of misery. On the night of her eighteenth birthday, she goes into the Great Wood where the goddess Raya appears to her & gives Honey a choice: marry Kaedric &pay off her family’s debts or wed the Green Man, a mighty Faerie king.
Ruby Nutter thinks she has a normal, boring life — well, except for her fiery powers that always seem to create chaos and hysteria wherever she goes, if she lets anyone know about them.
She can’t even keep a boyfriend because she scares them away. And sex? What sex?