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One very special town. A whole lot of very bad -- and very hot -- Dawgs. Prairie Dawgs, that is...
Anne Kane -- Hustle: A game of pool turns into a sexy seduction, Prairie Dawg style.
Lena Austin -- Bad Dawg: One OTR trucker. One leather-clad biker. One very special town.
Marteeka Karland -- Hot Dawg: Selene's hot pink Harley is pointed straight to adventure, Dawg Town style.
Mary Winter: Chip & Dale: Usually a prairie dog colony is one male, several females. Tusa wants it the other way around.
Dawn Montgomery -- Playing for Keeps: Riley holds all the cards, but Tara's playing for keeps.
Camille Anthony -- Puppy Dawg: It'll take both hell and high water to set two stumbling lovers on the path to each other.
Tuesday Richards -- Mad Dawg: Bryce's bad started when he dodged a prairie dog and laid down his prized motorcycle... Can the day get any worse?
Carlanime Bligh -- Prairie Rose: There's a hunky new librarian in town, the moon is full, and Rose is in heat!
There's something stirring in Yellowstone besides an ancient super-volcano. The wild things are slowly revealing themselves as shifters to the few humans who help them, something that hasn't happened since the shamans of the Native Americans. A geologist, vulcanologist, and a TV survival show host will find themselves caught up in coyotes and controversy. Things are about to get a little wild in Yellowstone.
This collection contains the previously released novellas Coyote Non Grata, Wild Thing, and Man vs Wild.
This collection contains the previously released Bedtime Stories titles:
Troll's Blog by Shelby Morgen
Beyond Boundaries by Hunter Raines
Kiss of Fire by B.J. McCall
Ugly Duckling by Lena Austin
Pixie's Playmate by Anne Kane
Shut Up! by Marteeka Karland
Raising Caine by Reneé George
When cat shifter Petra (aka Pete) becomes the victim of "friendly fire" during the apprehension of a bank robber, panther shifter cop Apollo Jones feels obligated to make sure she's okay. Pete's positive she doesn't need another hero in her life, and Apollo's out to prove her wrong.
Hati is a God's Wife, pledged to the service of Egypt and its Pharaoh. After the death of her beloved husband, Tutmose II, she must protect the Empire until her infant son comes of age.
But there are men near the throne who do not believe a woman should rule. Hati muse use every resource she has to save her son’s life and her own.
But even a God’s Wife needs a hand now and then.
When fireman Dustin Hardesty saves a scruffy tomcat from a fire, and then a neutering at the shelter, he has no idea he’s just moved a cat shifter named Tigs into his life.
Tigs figures he owes Dustin, so he’ll hang around to give Dustin some good times. He doesn’t count on Dustin never wanting to let go of his alley cat.
Jack has more problems than you can shake a wand at. He's the son of the usurper to the throne, an untrained wizard with a powerful gift, a gay dragonrider, and a cryptozoologist in a world full of mythical creatures.
Now he's going to school where one of his teachers is a biker turned dragonrider. Men are treated as second-class citizens in Honalee, so this is his one chance to be something other than a stud wizard for the local sorceresses. If that wasn't bad enough, some mythical object called the Dragon's Stone has been stolen. How much do they expect of a reluctant heir to the throne, anyway?