Celia Wird and her three sisters are just like other 20-something girls—with one tiny exception: they’re products of a backfired curse that has given each of them unique powers that make them, well, a little weird…
The Wird sisters are different from every race on earth—human and supernatural. When human society is no longer an option for them, they move in among the resident vampires, werebeasts, and witches of the Lake Tahoe region. Could this be the true home they’ve longed for? Um, not quite. After the sisters accidentally strip a witch of her powers in a bar brawl, they soon realize the mistake will cost them. Because to take on a witch means to take on her coven. And losing the battle isn’t an option.
“Gold and Ink” is the second installment of the explosive “true colors” trilogy. The book follows the story of Talia and Ben as they struggle to find the courage to restore the love they lost.
Aidan de Sowlis finds purpose in guarding his family and his clan. He tells himself such a life is enough for him, but cannot dismiss the memory of the woman he wished to wed. Lady Clarissa now belongs to another man—or so he thinks. When the Scottish warden sends Aidan to England to negotiate with the lady’s father, a final effort to secure the peace along the border, he’s shocked to see her. She stops him before he can leave with a simple word: “help.”
Lady Clarissa would rather become a nun than face another arranged marriage—the fate her cruel father will undoubtedly foist on her now that her elderly husband has secured an annulment. She knows Aidan de Sowlis, the man she left, is the last person she should ask for help, yet he’s the only one she trusts. Aidan and Clarissa soon discover their feelings for each other are as strong as ever, but her father would never approve, and his cooperation is crucial for securing peace on the border. Do they dare risk it for love?
In the land of gods and monsters, she was a toy. A plaything. A pet.
Taken, stolen, beaten, used.
Pet remembers nothing before his touch, and afterward she craves nothing more.
Sinful and merciless, Ares is her god now. He alone says when to beg, when to come, and when to kneel, but he never said anything about leaving.
Warning: In the Land of Gods and Monsters is a dark romance novel. It contains strong sexual themes, dubious consent, graphic violence, and may contain triggers for some readers.
Always the prisoner…now she’s the prison.
Fiona Denali’s mind is a fortress of secrets.
Things she can’t tell, people she must protect.
She never wanted to hurt anyone, but they hurt her first. Now, she must protect the one person she can still count on—herself.
On the run from anyone who knows her face, Fiona crosses paths with a man whose eyes seem just as haunted as her own.
She could save him…but he could destroy her. It’s a choice she’s had before, but last time she chose wrong.
Logan North is done.
His life is over.
Eventually, they’ll catch him and kill him. And honestly, he can’t see much reason why that’d be a bad thing.
The only thing keeping him moving, is the girl who seems to need him more than she realizes.
He had no intention of ever helping anyone again. Not after the last time went so wrong. But, Fiona may make him rethink his plan.
One last good deed before he surrenders to his fate. One last mistake before she gives into her dark nature.
Once a year, the Blue Angels make their annual pit stop in glorious San Francisco. They fly over the Golden Gate bridge wowing millennials with sky stunts and fabulous formations.
Normally, I would just spend the day drinking and sunbathing on my friends’ rooftop deck. But this time, I’m getting my wings.
As a key influencer, I have been chosen to fly with an Angel.
One look at Sawyer Robertson and my heart leaps out of my chest, and it isn’t from the G-Force.
This Blue Angel bad boy has a girl in every city. But I refuse to be his one flight stand.
We have nothing in common. I am the sun and Sawyer is the moon. Although the moon chases the sun, they can never be happy together as they are destined to collide only in an eclipse.