Hunter is half a Matusa demon, determined to help his human-raised demon friends return to the demon world to find their families. And to help Alana learn a way to keep portals from pulling her to them, and getting herself into all kinds of trouble. Not that she can’t handle some of the trouble on her own. She’s a half demon too, and half witch. Jared is looking for his parents. Celeste is looking for hers. Samson is there to protect Alana, though Hunter keeps reminding him Alana is his to protect.
It was a simple mission, but nothing for the demon guardians is ever simple. Between dealing with a demon who is organizing demon hunters—who go after Hunter and his friends, a major train wreck, and all sorts of havoc, it’s no wonder the demon gate guardians end up calling in reinforcements this time.
As long as Hunter can get Alana to agree to be his mate, he can save the world. Alana will never give up her hot demon, but she believes he should work a little harder to prove he is the one for her. And he’s not going to give up trying to convince her either. But they still have one little problem: staying alive long enough to do it.
Highland Historical Romance set in Scotland.
His love is dangerous
As a Navy SEAL and police diver, alpha wolf shifter Allan Rappaport knows how to handle tough situations, but the arrival of a human diving partner-especially one as attractive as Debbie Renaud-is a whole new challenge. Getting involved is dangerous, but Debbie's offers are hard to resist. As the heat between them rises and a murder plot thickens, Allan is on the brink of exposing his biggest secret.
But she's diving in headfirst
For Debbie, working with another top-notch diver like Allan is too good to be true, and their mutual attraction is hotter than she could have dreamed. Debbie suspects he's hiding something, though, and she's set on figuring it out-one off-duty rendezvous at a time. But when Debbie gets between a werewolf hunter and his intended victim, suddenly she is plunged straight into the heart of Allan's world-a world she never knew existed.
Praise for USA Today bestseller A SEAL in Wolf 's Clothing:
"Delightful... The characters are spirited and realistic. You'll be captivated." -Thoughts in Progress
In a fiery tale filled with villains and heroes, this installment of the Earth Angel series takes readers on a magical journey rich with emotion, intrigue, and danger. Fans of Twilight, The Red Queen, The Selection, and Harry Potter will devour this breathless fantasy set in a modern mystical world.
Layla has fought her way out of the darkest depths of despair, but to surface, she must face another battle, and this time she'll be fighting on the enemy's turf.
Invading the Dark Guild's castle was believed to be impossible, but they've stolen from an angel, and she will move heaven and earth to exact her revenge.
Book 3 in the Element Preservers series. Young Adult Fantasy/Romance for mature teens.
In Part I, eighteen-year-old Gavon McKinnon has lived his entire life in the shadow of his fellow Warrior, Cyrus. Even his own mother, the formidable Guildmaster Alexandra, treats him like the spare he is. Until one day, Gavon makes a tear between the only world he's ever known and a brand new one--and finds himself in 1989 Salem where he comes across a very pretty, and very reckless girl named Mora Carrigan.
And in Part II, twelve years have passed since Gavon arrived in Salem and Gavon and Mora are parents to a couple of precocious toddlers. But not everyone is happy that two magical children exist outside the strict Danvers Accords. And when Mora becomes pregnant with a third--this time a Warrior--Gavon begins to feel the pressure of balancing life in two worlds.
The story concludes with a present-day epilogue that sets the stage for Book 4, Illusion and Indemnity, the final book in the Lexie Carrigan Chronicles.
But as Lexie navigates her new world, she begins to question what old enemies are up to--and whether Gavon is being entirely truthful about them. And when an unexpected visitor shows up, she's sure that if she's not already involved, she's going to get sucked into it soon enough. Just as long as her non-magical roommate doesn't find out.
Anyway, I'm stalling. This is actually harder to write than I thought it would be. I haven't even told my girls yet. I mean, how am I going to tell them I've fallen for one of the few people here who could kill me? One of the few people I promised my parents I would avoid at all costs.
How do I tell Evony that all I can think about is the son of the woman responsible for nearly causing her race to become extinct? How do I tell LIra, whose prophecies are taken with high regard by the Realm Keepers, that I'm ignoring her advice and meeting him tonight?
I know it's wrong. I know I can literally have anyone else in this school, but I can't get him out of my mind.
Something bigger is at play here.
How I feel isn't natural; there's no way.
So tonight, I'm going to meet him. Tonight, I will make Thayer tell me what the hell is going on.Until tomorrow … providing that Lira isn't right and I don't die the second he has me alone.
Prince Owen is tasked with the mission of encouraging Sigrid—a magic user, a falcon fae like him, and the granddaughter of the traitor who tried to take over Owen’s grandfather’s kingdom—to return with him to the falcon fae kingdom to fight their enemy. Only, as far as Sigrid is concerned, Owen and his royal family are her enemies.
She is their last hope to fight a powerful mage, but she’s not buying it. Not until the dark fae queen advises her to do what her grandfather had tried to do before she was born—take over the kingdom!
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Alton can’t believe it when the golden fae arrives at his friend’s castle wearing the dragon fae aura now! But he has a mission to go on, save a human and a dragon fae in the human world, and Kayla ends up there offering to help—anything to get him to give her locket back to her. Only a fae seer shoots him with an iron bolt, and Kayla risks everything, trying to get him and the captured maid safely back home again.
Now he will do almost anything to learn the mysterious golden fae’s secrets, and protect her from his own kind at all costs.
Letta is a scorpion fae, pretending to be a woodland fae, since her own kind had practically annihilated their own. She's come of age and must leave her kind behind to make her way in the world. Taking refuge in a cave during a storm in wolf fae territory, she's attacked by a wolf shifter fae and saves another's life, who happens to be the pack leader's sister. But now Letta has a new problem. The bite she'd received turns her into a wolf shifter also, but will the wolf fae pack accept her or scorn her for being one of the deadly scorpion fae if they learn the truth?
Simon is the pack leader for the Wolf Mountain pack and he's unsure what kind of fae Letta is, not having heard of a woodland fae before. Yet he's attracted to Letta like he's never been to a she-wolf before. That causes dissent among some of his wolves who believe another wolf should be his mate and he must prove to his pack that he has what it takes to lead.