Cat Marsters lives in Essex and belongs to a pride of adored cats. On occasion she can be persuaded to admit ownership of a demon puppy (but not if you suspect your flowers have been trampled). She enjoys watching TV and films that showcase the looks and talents of Richard Armitage, David Tennant and Hugh Jackman, reading books that make her laugh, dyeing her hair, and talking about herself in the third person.
Cat has been writing all her life, but in order to keep herself rich in shoes and chocolate, she's also worked as an airline check-in agent, video rental clerk, stationery shop assistant, and laboratory technician. She's still aiming for the fairytale cottage of her childhood dreams, and asks all potential Prince Charmings to apply in writing with pictures of themselves and their Aston Martins.
Cat also writes madcap spy fantasies. . . er, chick-lit mysteries, under the name Kate Johnson.
Knowing what happens next is part of Laura's job. Flying is part of Jack's. But both of them are surprised when their talents turn into superpowers.
Jack's in denial, but after Laura's second sight saves his life, he's willing to listen to her. But Laura has other things on her mind: namely, the vision she's just had of hot, incredible sex with a certain pilot.
The reality is even better than her vision, but there's one little thing standing in the way of their happily-ever-after: the unseen forces who'd like to take them apart to find out just how this superpower thing works…
After the Fall, one superpower emerged to rule the whole world. The Empire knows everything about everyone, and no one can hide from it.
There will be love and hot sex. There will be blood and sacrifice. And finally, if the rebels can pull it off, there can be freedom from the Empire.
This collection contains the previously released novellas in the Empire series: After the Fall, Burning Desires, City of Lust, and Dawn Rising. (Page Count: 454)
Paranormal Mates Society, where finding the love of your life is supernatural, super easy!
A god tries to keep from putting the man of his dreams to sleep, a vampire Dom handles two sexy subs, a satyr plays a practical joke on the God of War and the Fury of Disasters, the site administrator's sex life heats up thanks to a sexy satyr, and a woman posing as a witch finds love with a werewolf... it's Satan's own online dating service, and chaos has never been quite this hot! Page Count: 281
Length: plus-size novel
Mad, Bad & Dangerous is a stand-alone sequel to Almost Human.
Baelvar is gorgeous, charming, insane, childish and mildly psychotic. He’s also mated to Kett, who’s brilliant, bitchy, violent and more than a little psychotic herself. It’s a match made in heaven, except for one tiny detail…
Kett doesn’t want to be mated to anyone.
The Curse of Kett has befallen everyone she’s ever cared about, but impressing this fact upon Bael is a little difficult, what with all the terrifically explosive sex getting in the way. Oh, and the repeated attempts on Kett’s life from persons unknown are a bit distracting too.
Still, if they can just stop shagging and fighting for their lives for two seconds, surely she can convince Bael they’re actually a match made in hell. Can’t she?
There are nights when I seriously wish I'd never risen from the grave.
Undead assassins are one thing, but when the guy I'm commissioned to kill turns out to have the bluest eyes and yummiest butt I've seen since the fall of the Greek Empire (which, incidentally, was the last time I saw him), I start to have second thoughts.
He calls himself Dare, and it's not just his incomparable hotness that's stalling me. Twenty-three centuries ago my body belonged to the pharoah and my heart to a soldier. Both of them betrayed me. It was only Dare who tried to save me...
She Who Dares
...because seriously, who sleeps in a coffin these days?
"Publisher's Note: This title is part of a series -- books which share a universe, but do not need to be read in order, and can be read independently from one another."
Five Things You Never Knew About Wizards
1. You don't need all the proper crystal ball-type props to do real magic. Although things can get kind of interesting when you improvise.
2. There is no wizard academy full of jolly thrills and spills. You get pushed in at the deep end, and only the really lucky ones get a nose plug.
3. Faeries like wizards. The same way that humans like pack mules - except we're way kinder to pack mules.
4. We're not immune to a shapely female form, although sadly, they're not as available as I'd like.
5. Sometimes - just sometimes - we get things wrong. And when we do, the results can be pretty spectacular.
How many pirate queens have you freed lately?