Receiving a dirty text from a random stranger should have resulted in nothing more than a hasty apology from said stranger and Avery wiping the mortifying incident from his memory. What happens instead is a naughty conversation that becomes two, becomes friends, becomes a relationship that leaves Avery confused about who and what he really wants.
Jake is a vampire and a drug dealer. To humans, he sells crystalized vamp blood; to vamps, he sells the blood of humans hopped up on the finest drugs. In the midst of a deal gone wrong, he runs into Benji, a human desperate to escape the city. Though they're natural enemies—hunter and prey—their paths keep crossing, and they quickly find themselves in a mess from which there is no escape.
Daniel is a sorcerer, good at magic and taking all the credit—or so it seems to Liam. In Daniel's eyes that's vastly preferable to being Liam, a hunter who excels at killing beasts and sleeping with everything else. They cooperate only to keep their country safe—until a new and greater danger calls for desperate measures that takes them to the land of gods, and the only way home again is by facing
Nine months ago Mike had it all—the lover, the life, and not a single consequence for any of his unwise actions. But all good times end, and Mike's ended with a nine month sentence. Throughout those nine months he heard not a single word from his lover, but Mike still hopes that he has a chance of gaining back the only thing that ever mattered.
Sold to pay her father's debts, Cherry spends her nights dancing and her days longing for freedom. Determined to break free of her life, she moves to the stadiums where the real money is made. To learn to fight, Cherry approaches Berlin, one of the best fighters in the stadium. Berlin, however, wants nothing to do with her, and Cherry learns the hardest fights don't take place in the arena ...
Ephraim's worst nightmare is a Valentine's Day party for single people, yet he lets his friend Andrew convince him to attend anyway. The party shows some promising eye candy, at least, in the form of a bad boy that Ephraim knows would never think of glancing his way.