A multi-published author, Mya has been telling stories since childhood; some were true but most were not. Dreams of mythical creatures, magic and wonder have always fascinated her and she spent considerable amounts of time reading, writing and drawing. She graduated from University of Maryland with a degree in English and immediately went to work at what she deems as her rent job. During the day she is a mild-mannered office worker, however at night she heads to the computer, craft table or easel in her home/factory.
Inspired to create her own worlds, filled with weres, vampires, gargoyles and more, Mya spends her time writing and crafting under the watchful eyes of her two spoiled, furry kids, Zoe and Cougar. While they would prefer her to snuggle and nap, they can’t disconnect the computer or their hated enemy, the internet. They are based just outside of the supernatural locale of Washington D.C. where many satyrs, goblins and fae abound and they are always excited to hear from fans and even critics.
Once she was known for capturing demons, but a half-demon herself, Malice left the Order of Sorcerers that had been her family. Using her aptitude in binding, she offers restraint to protect those whose blood yearns for chaos. Hers is a proactive choice, to diminish the need for violence in the creatures of the nethers before it becomes an issue rather than after. So what if her methods involve a carnal edge?
The demon Naeem refuses to believe that Malice is anything other than a revolutionary, one who would share his dream of forging a union between demons and sorcerers. That she has ostracized herself from both the nether realms and the higher planes just doesn’t fit with what he has heard. Surely the woman who saved him as a child is all that his dreams have depicted her as and more!
That he dares her to do more, to be more in the struggle to bridge the demon world and the world of sorcery, only becomes more complicated when he is framed for crimes against sorcerers.
In the midst of a conspiracy, Malice finds herself drawn back into a fight, not just to mend the ties between her two races but to save once more the demon whose bond she cannot deny.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: bondage, violence.
When bounty hunter Freya Daniels attends a pageant for werewolf debutantes and suitors, she's far too busy enjoying the perks of wealth and ceremony to realize she's being watched. When she meets the submissive wolf Rayne, she cannot believe her luck. The androgynous male is just made for her voracious appetite. But she's not expecting the beta wolf to come with a very dominant and powerful Alpha, Fenris.
Fenris is just as much of a warrior as Freya and twice the brute. While she would normally never consider dating a bull like Fenris, there is something different about the Alpha, something even she can't deny: the attraction between wolf-mates. Together Rayne and Fenris are not only more than she can handle, but all the guardian could ever desire...if only she could admit that to herself.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, ménage (m/f/m), sex while in shifted animal form, violence.
Lexis had everything, beauty, grace and a powerful coven, but through a feat of arrogance, he loses it all. Even his sight and his freedom are taken from him. Imprisoned and humiliated by humans, Lexis sinks into a depression so thick that not even a chance at freedom is welcomed. A headstrong werewolf, Bryce frees the broken vampire from his cell and back into life. Despite Lexis' resistance, Bryce shows the vampire that weakness only enhances strength and that to him, he has an unnatural worth. When a ghost from Lexis' past returns to threaten the union of vampire and wolf, it is up to Lexis to find it in himself to fight for himself and the man he loves.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, sex while in shifted form, strong violence.