Jessi Brand always gets what she wants. And what she wants is part time ranch hand, part time deputy, and full time hunk, Lash Monroe. Unfortunately, her five big (really big) brothers have other ideas. And so does Lash, who had his fill of large families and overbearing “brothers” during his childhood in foster care. He’s a loner and a drifter and he intends to stay that way.
Can the youngest Brand on the ranch handle six uncooperative males and land the man of her dreams? Maybe, but when trouble finds Lash and he heads off to face it alone, everything else takes a back seat, because the Brand family sticks together, and like it or not, Lash has become a part of that family. And when the cavalry shows up, it’s Jessi leading the charge.
Alter Ego or Ghostly Warrior?
Wes Brand is the black sheep of the family. But lately, he’s become friends with an old Shaman named Turtle who has hidden reasons for wanting to put Wes in touch with his Comanche roots. He convinces Wes to impersonate legendary warrior, Wolf Shadow, to drive archaeologist Dr. Taylor McCoy away from her dig site. His failing health provides plenty of leverage. But when the beautiful doc finds herself falling for both Wes and his ghostly alter-ego, Wes wonders how he’ll get out of the mess he’s made without ruining the powerful feelings beginning to grow between them.
As a Dark-Hunter and an immortal pirate who once intimidated the entire Spanish Main, Rafael Santiago thinks he has it made.
Until his Squire writes a story that threatens to expose their covert world and Celena shows up to kill him for the story.
In order to protect his Squire, he is now forced to endure Celena who is the greatest aggravation of his life.
Celena, for all her bluster, only wants what’s best for all Dark-Hunters, but there’s something about Rafael that makes her want to forsake her deepest held oath. That is if her well intentions don't kill him first.