The Mythical Knights
A Mythical Knights Holiday Romance
Trapped by a djinn’s curse, Ruthie has spent the last seventy-five years unaging, never changing, in a box of recipes.
This Christmas is her last chance to break the curse, or remain among the dusty papers and fading ink forever.
She assumes, when Lee opens the box, he’s there to help her escape the djinn’s magic.
That's what a gentleman would do, after all.
Ruthie learns quickly that Lee is no gentleman, and his wolf-side is positively beastly.
And she might even like it.
Part of the Mythical Knights Series
Mythical Knights Book 1
Losing a father is always hard,and losing a father who’s the alpha of your werewolf pack is harder, yet that’s exactly where David Drigan finds himself–lost and rudderless after the death of his father. The loss leaves him and his family wondering, will he ever be strong enough to lead his pack?
Trying to step into his place in society, David meets Kelsey.
Blonde. Curvy. Attitude. And there’s something about her that makes David’s beastly desires surface unlike ever before. The need to take her and protect her, if only from herself, overwhelms him.
Kelsey doesn’t need anyone to take care of her. Never has. An absentee family taught her one thing–take care of yourself, because no one’s going to do it for you. But there’s just something different about David.
One night at her favorite decrepit amusement park, she learns there’s a lot more to David than she ever expected. There’s a lot hidden in the shadows.
Can she accept being a part of this wolf's pack? And being mated to an Alpha?
Mythical Knights Book 2
There was a time Marissa van Dyke loved Halloween. Then tragedy struck. Now the sight of a jack-o-lantern only reminds her of what she's lost. In fact, she'd prefer to just hibernate. But recently her nightmares are becoming too intense to ignore.
Dreams filled with horror-movie creatures that come closer to killing her every time. Where these vampires and werewolves are coming from, she doesn't know. She only knows they're relentless.
Neil Drigan has no interest in finding a mate. Bind himself to one woman? No thank you. Permanent is for the wolf pack Alpha-his brother. Yet lately he persistently dreams about running, in full wolf form, to save a beautiful woman who smells of flowers-and death.
At first the woman's identity is a mystery, until he realizes the dreams are a residual imprint of something that really happened. Not only is the woman temptation wrapped in real flesh and blood, she's still in danger.
And she's the one thing he never thought he wanted.
Mythical Knights Book 3
Meeting Chase Drigan seems sweet enough--a fire fighter helping out a citizen when her tire's flat at the YMCA.
Yet the draw to this man pique's Denise Matthew's interest.
Denise doesn't have time for a lot of silly dating games--men tend to want her undivided attention, but she has stuff to do.
Intrigued by Denise--Chase's wolfly beast roars to life under his skin, in a way he's never fathomed before. Was this what happened to his brothers David, Neil and Caleb? As a fire fighter, Chase had seen a lot, but this was different from anything else he knew.
One night, while playing pool with Chase, a stranger approaches Denise, giving her a magical curse that could destroy the world. Chase's beast roars to life, ready to protect her, but it might be too late.
Denise has to be willing to believe that there's more to the world than humans, to get through this trial by fire.
Mythical Knights Book 4
Nicole Bernard is boring. She lives a boring life, where her only fun comes from the romance novels she reads. She’s making a huge change–she’s moving across the country. She’s hoping that change will make something interesting happen.
Then she meets–and has a sexy, sammich dance with James Henrick and Joseph Oliver–no clue that the two men who turned her on like no one before are vampires, looking for someone to complete their trinity.
First James takes her out, then Joseph. She can’t pick between the two, and doesn’t want to, even though she knows it’s so very wrong.
But really, should she have to?
Mythical Knights Book 5
Against his better judgment, Immortal Templar Knight Sir Liam has always watched over Leeza–she’s always been rather accident-prone. Even when she was a child, he made sure she was safe, if only from a distance.
Yet, as much as he tries to stay away, Liam continues to need to interact with her, and his feelings start taking over his logic.
When Leeza meets tall, hunky Sir Liam, she’s immediately awed and curious. After all, who goes by “sir” anything, anyway? Still, she starts to trust him. As she does, a whole other world begins to open up around her.
One with dragons, vampires, and all sorts of things that go bump in the night.
And in this world, even an immortal Templar Knight must decide which path to follow.
The future isn’t set, and the rules are changing.
Monsters are getting more aggressive, and sometimes, all a Templar has is his judgment over who lives and who dies.