To save the President, Vaihan must trust the woman who betrayed him.
Vaihan Louchian, Ancient Zombie and Special Advisor to the President, dabbles in contracts for Homeland Security in Washington DC, the only remaining demilitarized zone. His latest mission: to seduce delectable Leera Waltz so he can take down her boyfriend Rowley, leader of the anti-zombie terrorist movement. Vaihan and the President work the Bill of Undead Rights through the Senate, but terrorist attacks rise. The futures of the living and undead are in jeopardy, and Ms. Waltz is not all she seems. Vaihan canÆt help being more interested in rescuing her than in his assignment. Any human female who's willing to put up with the complications of lovemaking with him and his bouts of OCD is worth the hassle.Vaihan is powerful, intelligent and kind. So not what Leera expected of an undead. When she's forced to betray Vaihan, she knows he will never understand. She must return to Rowley, and slips deeper into the city's dark underworld. Then Vaihan's suspected in an assassination attempt against the President, and Leera has to find the courage to do what's right and save him, or lose not only Vaihan and the leader of the free world, but her heart and soul.
A variety of short fiction stories taking place in the rural U.S., particularly Vermont, between the colonial days and early 2000's. Fighting hunger, clearing the land to make suitable for the plow, log drives, collecting maple sap, and harvesting crops for livestock, and being sustainable through all this and hunting game to provide a necessary supplement to everyday life was the focus of those who came before us and a staple which has held on in modern life for some. Ian Ogden, Phil Frazier, Harland Grigsby, Sherman Walters, Quinn Dexter, Hawk Labrie, Glenn True, the Baker's, the Gibson's, and many other of these characters bring out this way of life through many generations. Stealing and back-stabbing, love and caring, a river rescue, an attack on a hunter, wars and natural disasters, and the everyday challenges of country life on its people are present in these pages.
Can she save his immortal soul. . . and help him find heaven on earth?
Touching Sephora may cost Kieran his soul. . . Kieran has always been a good Catholic, even studying for the priesthood. But there are complications. A few weeks before his ordination into the priesthood, he was made a vampire. And then there's Sephora, the beautiful, independent American student who draws him to her. His "blackbird", she seems to hold all the secrets to life and happiness, like the mythological creature of the ancient Celts. Despite his best intentions and though he knows he can only hurt her, her hold on him increases by the minute.
Although Ireland promised Sephora an escape from the horrors of a brutal attack she suffered two years previously, she has discovered that the true scars lie within. But being with Kieran melts away the pain and his touch provides her the refuge to reclaim her body.
His by pack law, and he wants more than her body. Will she be able to surrender her heart?
Switzerland, the winter of 1940. Alexia, a wolf-shifter, is mate to the Alpha of a powerful clan. Her life, the pack's future and the lives of countless children the pack smuggles out of Europe are in jeopardy. The Gestapo want her blood to breed an unstoppable regiment endowed with her gifts. Cathen, the pack's Epsilon Beta, is charged with protecting her. When Alexia's beloved mate is killed, Cathen becomes Alpha and by pack law, she is his new mate.
On the run from the Gestapo's werewolves with Cathen, Alexia has no time to mourn. Can she resist what she's beginning to feel for her protector, despite her aching loss? Should she try? If she rejects him–not so easy to do do–he will die and the future of the pack she loves as family will be in danger. Cathen and Alexia's destinies are bound together, and to find peace and love amid the horror of war, she must accept her fate and heal her new mate.
Will her love break through his armor so he can be whole again?
In June of 1940, Nazis march into Paris, France. Brutality haunts the streets.
Engel VanWolf, the Alpha of a Shunu pack – immortals, who shift into wolf-spirit – has a painful past and the patch on his eyes serves as a reminder of human cruelty. No stranger to injustice, he poses as a Nazi officer to smuggle Jewish orphans from the city. Drawn to a seductive fragrance, chocolate skin, and velvet voice, VanWolf comes upon a human beauty, Alexia, in danger. A hunger long forgotten burns anew inside him.
Alexia Pane is taken in by the shunu pack, and finds communal living isn't the only thing they share. When danger comes knocking, she's sent to warn VanWolf, who has been discovered but needs rescuing of her own. As he whisks her to safety, he awakens her dormant passion. It's not the flames of the city she fears, but the fire he invokes inside her. The closer she gets, the more he pushes her away. And then, she falls into enemy hands.
Can VanWolf save the woman he loves from a ruthless enemy and mend the pain he has caused?
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