Carolyn Crane writes romantic suspense, urban fantasy, and other tales of adventure and romance; she’s been published by Random House, Samhain and the indie route. She lives in the American Midwest with her husband and two cats. During rare moments when she’s not at her computer, she can be found reading in bed, running, or helping animals.
A snarky woman tour guide at a seaside tourist trap who wishes that a certain young sea captain who died in 1870 had a less pathetic haunting technique. Well, he's not so thrilled with her either. This humorous tale first appeared in the Mammoth Book of Ghost Romance.
Angel is an ex-safecracker forced into one last heist. Cole is an undercover agent with big plans for his gorgeous thief-he'll make her pose as his girlfriend to help with a job.
But as pretend passions turn real, Cole regrets drawing Angel into his deadly game…and danger is closer than either of them could ever imagine.
A Disillusionists novella (32K words) about Fawna, the woman who sees the future, and Simon, the reckless gambler who wants nothing to do with her...at first. This novella stands alone, but in chronological order, it is 3.5 in the Disillusionists trilogy.
When Association head Zelda learns her long-lost prostitute sister was won in a card game by a brutal drug cartel, she takes her place—and comes face-to-face with the legandary killer she spent years hunting.
Four sexy stand-alone tales for one low price! Two tales from the world of the Disillusionists (Sophia the memory revisionist & reckless Simon!) plus a witch gets into computers in 1984. There's also a humorous ghost story. Three of these four appeared in anthologies: Wild & Steamy, Fire & Frost, and Mammoth Book of Ghost Romance.
*A sexy stand-alone romantic suspense!*
HE’S WORKING FOR THE GOOD GUYS. THAT DOESN’T MEAN HE’S ONE OF THEM.
Thorne McKelvey knows exactly how Nadia sees him—as a brute and a killer just kinky enough to play her sexy games. And that’s how it has to stay. Leaving her was the hardest thing he ever did, but his undercover mission could blow up at any second. No way will he drag Nadia down with him.
Max: he's a tough cop from the streets of Chicago...and he's in no mood to play lapdog to a witch. Has Veronica finally met her match?
**This tale (25k words) originally appeared as part of the Fire & Frost anthology**
Seducing a singer in a second-rate Bangkok hotel should be easy for charming and deadly Peter Macmillan, a secret agent who uses language to hunt criminals. But Laney Lancaster is hiding more than the clues he needs.