That’s just fine with Meg O’Reilly. A witch, she knows something is not right in her town. Discovering there are good werewolves, bad werewolves, and the possessive, bossy, sexy alpha wolf trying to take over her life is not exactly welcome. Too bad she can’t seem to keep her distance.
This book was originally published in 2006. It has been revised and expanded.
General Talia Lowell isn’t quite sure what to do with the alien warrior who barges into her life, but since he refuses to budge from his insistence she’s his mate, she figures she might as well enjoy it while it lasts.
Cassius has other plans, however. He’s here to stay.
Jonas is a soldier, a defender of the pack. He wants a mate who can stand toe to toe with him and Harper can’t. That doesn’t change the need, the craving he has for her and when Mick brings the three of them together, he can’t resist their collective charms.
But can he protect them from the danger that comes stalking? Or will he lose her just as he discovers he can’t live without her? And what about Mick? If he doesn’t find a way to mend the mistakes of the past, he may lose them both.
Sergeant Major Laney Bradford has always played her part and served her people well, but the Delroi’s surrender demands are a bit extreme. Marriage to one of them? Not likely. But she’s fought for peace her entire life and when surrender talks are threatened by a conspiracy lead by her people, Laney must choose. Will she submit to the alien invader or lead the fight against him?
Originally published in 2008.
Cooper and Aaron Williamson, both retired hunters, are eager to claim Delilah. She’s smart, beautiful, psychically talented. As her secrets unravel, their fascination with her and dedication to her grows. But when her true nature is revealed will they accept her or let her walk away?
Christmas Moon was previously published. It has been rewritten and expanded.