He’s a homeless vet.
She’s old money royalty
Until everything changes.
Life is good until my credit cards are cancelled and I have to figure out what I’m going to do with my life. Looking for a job, I run (literally) into a sexy stranger. I should hate him but I can’t. With every interaction his charisma and haunted eyes draw me in.
A chance encounter five years ago turns my messed up life around in an instant. How am I supposed to navigate this crazy world I’ve been dropped into? The blond haired temptress is all I think about. Can she help me fit into this world I know nothing about, or are we on a collision course for destruction?
“Hot-Blooded is hardcore; no holds barred, throw you to the floor and rip your heart out.” ? Reviews by Mel
“Hot sex, kick-ass female lead character, paranormal, suspense, and tons of emotion. I couldn’t put it down.” ? Filmchick
To Keahilani Alana, family is everything. When her mother dies, Keahilani must take charge of her siblings, but with an underage brother and no education, she’s out of both money and options–until she discovers the valuable secret her mother hid on the slopes of an extinct volcano.
Blake Murphy is an assassin working to infiltrate a Hawaiian cartel. He’s got his sexy surf instructor Keahilani pegged as a criminal–and not just because the passion between them is too hot and too dirty to be legal.
But the secret Keahilani discovered is bigger–and darker–than ties to a drug ring. As reality unravels and exposes truths about her family that should have remained deep under the mountain, Keahilani must either resist the call of her blood or risk losing everything to its darkness.
When Keahilani’s family is threatened, the only cure for her hot-blooded fury is a loaded clip with a body bag chaser.
Book 1 in Kendall Grey’s “‘Ohana” paranormal thriller series
My birthright was stolen from me.
It should’ve been my throne, my crown, but I was banished to a temple when my darkest secret was discovered. Now, I’m forced to live out the rest of my life alone, as nothing more than a forgotten princess.
Until my brother makes a deal with a dragon.
In exchange for peace between our lands, my brother promised Rhysander Blaque a bride. Despite our passion, Rhys is a constant reminder that I will never be more than a bargaining chip for the throne that should rightfully be mine.
I may be bound to the last living dragon, but I refuse to be a prize he can claim. He may own my body, but I will always soar free.
It was supposed to be an innocent wager, a harmless game.
It turned out to be so much more.
Maybe that’s because everything involving Violet Keats was so much more. More frustrating. More pain-in-the-ass. More sexy than anything I’d ever seen.
You know what they say: All’s fair in love and business. And what happens to Manhattan’s toughest lawyer when she ends up on the wrong side of my bitter family feud should be no different…
Until one night changes everything.
I knew what taking this dangerous bet would do to her. What I never bet on is what taking this gamble would do to me…
She’s high society from the upscale suburbs.
He’s a drug dealer from New York’s slums.
They just weren’t meant to be … until they were.
Rule #1: Never fall for your client.
Rule #2: Never fall for your client’s fiercely protective, smoking hot sister-in-law.
I’m the kind of guy who believes that everyone deserves the best legal representation money can buy—which just so happens to be me, Lucas Wright. Give me your henpecked, your cuckolded, your irreconcilable differences yearning to break free. And if you’re the bad guy in your marriage, that’s cool, too. Your green is as good as anyone’s.
Tell that to Trinity Jones. It’s my job to destroy her sister—the soon-to-be ex-wife of my a-hole of a client—and Trinity’s “big sis” instincts are dialed up to the max. I admire that. I admire her. But she won’t stop me from representing my client to the best of my ability.
Not even if my chemistry with Trinity is undeniable. Not even if we can’t keep our hands off each other. Not even if she injects life into a heart assumed to be long dead.
Because when faced with a choice between love and duty, the job will always win—or at least that’s what I thought before I met Trinity . . . and suddenly conflict of interest never felt so right.