Tasked with traveling to Xenthian to find an antidote for the infertility plaguing Earth's women, Lieutenant Astrid Strong first has to find a way to get there. Recruiting a capable pilot with a reliable ship is easy. Realizing the hybrid brings desires to the surface she would rather keep buried, not so much.
But fate is a funny thing, and no matter how hard she tries, she can't outrun it, can't hide from it. Caught between a painful past and an uncertain future, she's plagued with doubts and insecurities, and only time will tell if Kylir will be her curse…or her remedy.
Born with a silver tongue and a pen in her hand, Kali spends her days crafting scandalous romances filled with flawed heroes and kick-ass heroines. When she's not writing, she can be found curled up in her favorite chair with a good book and a steamy cup of coffee.
Self-proclaimed introvert and supporter of the selectively social, Kali currently resides in North Texas with her insane family, including two lazy dogs and one tragically misunderstood cat.
Seriously, though, the cat is evil.
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Krytos triplets Slade, Bastian, and Knox Cadell have a plan--find the human scroll wanted for murder, return her to Earth, and collect the bounty. It's simple, easy, no muss, no fuss. After all, how much trouble could one female cause?
Then the universe throws them a curveball in the form a beautiful redhead with a big heart and the sweetest smile. Unconvinced of her guilt, they set out to clear her name, but proving Isla's innocence to the Alliance turns out to be more difficult than they could have ever imagined.
With time running out and danger at every turn, can the brothers save the woman they love, or will Isla forever be branded an outlaw?
Then he shattered my heart into thousands of pieces.
I can’t let him back in. It was hard enough surrendering my heart the first time. If he hurts me again, I’ll never survive. No matter what he thinks, we’re beholden to our past.
When the king of the entire planet asks you to aid in the advancement of human medicine, you do it. For Jael Moonmist, that means leaving Xenthian for the first time in her long life and traveling across the galaxies to a strange, unknown world. Arriving at the front door of the hilltop mansion, she holds few expectations. Least of which is meeting her soulmate, then having him pass out before she can even introduce herself.
Their relationship gets off to a rocky start, but when a mishap in the lab leaves Jael suffering from a mysterious illness, Luke will do whatever it takes to save her. Even if that means abandoning everything and embarking on a frantic trek across the universe.
With the clock ticking, can he reach the antidote on Xenthian in time, or will he be forced to watch as his new mate is consumed by the fever?
Months after escaping the planet Tartarus, Cerys is settling into her new life on Alliance Space Station: X21. She’s tired, weak, and still trying to find her place in the universe, but she knows exactly what she wants when it comes to the handsome liaison officer who frequents the sanctuary.
From the moment he set eyes on the Tarin beauty, Liaison Officer Eli Eaton was mesmerized. Cerys is fragile, a little unsure of herself, but he doesn’t mind taking things slow. There isn’t anything he wouldn’t do to see her smile—even follow her to the ends of the galaxy.
As their relationship progresses, Cerys finds herself frustrated by Eli’s desire to protect her from everything, including himself. In fact, she’s beginning to worry that no matter what she does, he’ll never see her anything more than broken.
Helios shifter Natalia Hess spends her life in the ring, moving from one fight to another, but she has always fallen just short of her dream—winning the grand prize at the annual Baxxtora Tournament. Maybe she’d have better focus if she wasn’t so distracted by a couple of gorgeous, persistent elites she can’t get out of her head.
More like brothers than friends, Commanders Oz Michaels and Quaid Jansen share everything…with one major exception. They refuse to share a female just because the Alliance declared it. Then, three years ago, a feisty Helios female waltzed onto their station, captivating them both, and nothing has ever been the same.
When they show up in Natalia’s locker room after a fight, asking her to decide between them, she doesn’t know whether to laugh or scream. Asking her to choose is like asking her not to breathe, and she’s never exactly been one to follow the rules.
Can she convince them that three is better than two? Or will their stubbornness ruin any hopes of a happy trinity?
Includes the bonus short 3013: FAMILY.