Is she just another werewolf to him or the mate he’s always wanted?
The problem? His idea of revenge is quite different from Dawn’s. She’s thinking wooden stakes driven through hearts Rambo style, while Malachi’s more about turning tables by bringing Dawn over to the dark side.
Revenge is a dish best served cold, but there’s more than one way to make it.
A short vampire romance with a nice, steamy bite.
"The Alpha's Fight was a great roller-coaster of a read. I loved the surprising turns; they kept me reading even when I should have been sleeping."
When you've lost your wolf, how do you get it back?
'Jane Doe' has no idea who she is or why she wakes up in a...nursing home? Full of shifters? She may not be old, but they say she is a shifter—only her wolf is MIA and she's in some kind of trouble she can't remember to boot. And there's this guy, Ryder. Something about him makes her tingle in all the right places. If only she knew whether or not she already had a mate, why she's been stashed in shifter 'retirementville' and where the hell her animal half went.
What if your wolf picked a mate you couldn't trust?
Former pro-fighter Ryder Chase plans to get away from his no-good pack alpha, Mason, and forge a new life for himself, but there's one little problem named Jane. Ryder's wolf wants her more than he wants to breathe. Mate. Mine. Finding his mate would be good news except for the part where she knows Mason. Is Jane mixed up with his alpha's dark side and everything Ryder wants to leave behind?
Full length, stand alone novel from NY Times and USA Today bestselling author Michelle Fox. No cliffhangers! Lots of plot!
With the approach of the full moon Alexa’s unease grows. It won’t be long until the curse on her wolf manifests. Pain and suffering is just the beginning of what Shya has in store for her. Unfortunately, he’s not the only one with sinister intentions. The FPA wants more of her hybrid blood for their twisted experiments and they aren’t above playing dirty to get it.
As vampires and werewolves go missing, it becomes increasingly clear that the government op is up to something shady. Now the vampires and werewolves who’ve been at odds with one another will have to work together to take back their city. If only it were that simple.
In order to pay for her father’s life-saving cancer treatment, Holly Anderson offers herself up as a sacrifice and sells the vial of dragon’s blood. In return, she will try to bear a Scottish dragon-shifter a child. While the dragonman assigned to her is kind, Holly can’t stop looking at his twin brother. It’s going to take everything she has to sleep with her assigned dragonman. If she breaks the sacrifice contract and follows her heart, she’ll go to jail and not be able to take care of her father.
Even though he’s not ready to settle down, Fraser MacKenzie supports his twin brother’s choice to take a female sacrifice to help repopulate the clan. Yet as Fraser gets to know the lass, his dragon starts demanding something he can’t have—his brother’s sacrifice.
Holly and Fraser fight the pull between them, but one stolen kiss will change everything. Will they risk breaking the law and betraying Fraser’s twin? Or, will they find a way out of the sacrifice contract and live their own happily ever after?
Ever since Sara Clarke was hit by lightning and began to see the future, she’s lived a life on the run. Always hiding. Always hunted. She dreams of a different fate, but knows her only constant is the danger that stalks her. A lot of people want to harness what Sara can do and they aren’t above forcing her to do their bidding.
Dragon Alec MacTeine has been locked in his human form by a centuries old curse. If he doesn’t find his maiden, he’ll never stretch his wings again. A chance encounter, one fleeting kiss and he knows that Sara is his. Meeting his maiden is supposed to solve all his problems, but instead, it spawns new ones.
Sara is the key to Alec’s freedom, but first he has to convince her that he can set her free too, both from the people that want to own her and from the voice that uses her as a conduit to the future.