Spike spends her days training for a war she never wanted to be part of and her nights as the guitar goddess of up and coming rock band, Crimson Sin. Like all nephilim, she's caught in the middle of a war between the light and the dark.
She's got a werewolf best friend, a penchant for partying and a problem with commitment. Spike does her best to avoid choosing a side, until she meets smoking hot bass player Rowen Cruz and devilish frontman Arrow Lynch.
Rowen is a nephilim who doesn't know his true identity or the danger it puts him in. The dark seeks to claim them all, and for some reason, they especially have their sights set on Rowen. A dark nephilim, it's Arrow's job to recruit him.
His shady agenda challenges Spike to discover where she stands in this fight, and it will change her forever.
This series is a spin off from the Alexa O'Brien Huntress series, though each series stands on its own. Alexa fans can expect some light crossover action while new readers can jump in without having to read Alexa first.
So many times Spike’s been told she’s a threat. It stops being talk and starts to get real when she’s lured into a trap. By an angel.
Those who wished her dead upon birth have surfaced now that Spike has come into her full power. She’s given one chance to avoid death at the hands of a relentless, abrasive Angel of Fate. Accept a challenge, prove her worth, and the angels will leave her alone. Or so they say. The catch? They want her to retrieve a stolen angel stone from a demon king. A dragon, to be precise.
When Spike’s secret fling with Arrow draws suspicion and accusation, she’ll have to decide if what they have is worth the risk that comes with being together. It’s a choice that will test her fragile heart, and her warrior’s spirit.
It’ll probably be easier to face the dragon.
This spunky urban fantasy series features sex, drugs and rock n' roll, not necessarily in that order, along with more than a little magic and mayhem.
The Wicked Kiss (Book 2):
Alexa O'Brien is a magnet for trouble.
The strange power she shares with badass vampire, Arys Knight, is drawing unwanted attention. Power hungry creatures are eager to get a taste of her, including Arys's sire, a vampire obsessed with having what does not belong to him. If he doesn't kill her, she just might wish he had.
Alexa's endangerment breeds tension between Arys and her wolf mate, Shaz. The threat of violence between her lovers forces Alexa to make a decision that will affect them all. She'll make her toughest choice yet, and forever alter destiny's course.
Only Vampires Cry Blood (Book 3):
Alexa O'Brien has more power than she can handle.
A werewolf bound to a vampire by a force bigger than the both of them, Alexa is feeling lost. Desperation drives Alexa to make a deal with the one person who can guide her, a man she loathes, Harley Kayson. He just so happens to be the sire of her vampire lover, Arys Knight. To say Arys is pissed about this would be putting it lightly.
Conflict threatens to destroy what Alexa and Arys share. Due to their eternal bond, they can never truly walk free of each other. When Arys teams up with his sire to revisit their sordid past, the pain he and Alexa inflict on one another rises to a scathing boil.
Alexa comes to realize that her only solution is to fulfill Arys' greatest wish and worst nightmare, regardless of the consequences.
Blonde & Blue (Book 4):
Bloodlust and power. Werewolf Alexa O'Brien is a slave to them both.
As she falls deeper into the seductive embrace of blood and death, the dangerous desire is encouraged by a forbidden attraction and a shady opportunity. But such things can't possibly come without a price.
While trying to run the problematic local vampire hotspot, The Wicked Kiss, Alexa learns that someone is seeking the killers of its former owner. One of those killers just happens to be her. For Alexa's vampire lover, Arys Knight, it takes a personal twist and soon becomes clear there's something he's not sharing.
Something that could unlock the mystery of where their power comes from and why it is so deadly.