In P. C. Cast's “Candy Cox and the Big Bad (Were) Wolf," Candice Cox may be Mysteria High’s sexiest teacher, but after five husbands, she’s burnt out on romance. Until a former student—a drool-worthy werewolf—makes her howl at the moon…
In Gena Showalter's “The Witches of Mysteria and the Dead Who Love Them," Genevieve Tawdry is a witch with a bad case of unrequited love for the owner of the local bar. But is his sudden change of heart the result of a love potion—or a literally breathtaking passion?
In Susan Grant's “Mortal in Mysteria,” Harmony Faithfull is the new minister in town. She’s having a crisis of faith—in herself—until she finds a buck-naked man in her garden, a former demon who unleashes the devil inside her...
RITA® winner and New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Susan Grant sweeps readers away to exciting new worlds in another romance and action-packed story:
Dreaming big on a dead-end world... Jemm Aves toils for a mining company by day, but at night she is a successful bajha player, disguised as a male to compete in the violent underworld of the colony’s fight clubs. Every win puts her one small step closer to her goal: saving enough to escape Barésh with her family. When a royal recruits her to be a star player for his team, her ruse proves to be her most perilous game yet when it puts both their lives—and her heart—at risk.
Prince Charming he was not... Prince Klark is eager to reverse his reputation as the black sheep of the Vedla clan. If his bajha team can win the galactic title it would go a long way toward restoring the family honor that his misdeeds tarnished. On Barésh, he tracks down an amateur who has risen to the top of the seedy world of street bajha, offering the commoner a chance of a lifetime: a way off that reeking space rock for good. But his new player comes with a scandalous secret that turns his plans and his beliefs upside down. He sets out to win a very different prize—his champion’s reluctant heart.
"If you like realistic character depth and reactions, if you like strong but human, feminist heroines, if you like sports romances, especially set in a scifi-world and if you like a budding romance built on mutual respect, then this is the book for you." —Smart Bitches Trashy Books
(PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AS THE CHAMPION OF BARÉSH)
All books in the Star Series can be read as stand-alones with HEA (no cliffhangers), but if you'd like to know the suggested reading order, the books are:
...and, Star Raider, the prequel to the Star Series, that can be read at any time.
Prince Rornn feels fortunate he can pursue his passions both in the air and on the ground. Being third in line for the throne definitely has its advantages – it allowed him to join the Space Forces as a top-gun starfighter pilot. What he doesn't expect is to find a woman there who not only competes with him – she completes him. They're already best friends, so why can't he convince her that they'd be even better as more?
Trysh joined the Space Forces with the secret hope that her absentee father might notice her accomplishments and acknowledge her. At the top of her game as a starfighter pilot, the last thing she needs is a way too charming prince to get in her way. Trysh learned at a young age what happened when a person lost their heart to someone above their social class – it led to heartbreak. But lately Rornn has her wondering if she wouldn't mind being proved wrong.
Then they rescue a tiny, starving yipwag pup from an alien world. It turns out that "Puppy" is as good at sniffing out terrorists as she is at helping her two clueless humans figure out that they need each other as much as they do her. Now all Rornn's got to do is convince Trysh that he's nothing like her father and that she's just the right woman for him...before the terrorists discover their furry little companion.
**Previously published in the Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2 Anthology**