Shelby must be insane. What else would have led her to start an online publishing company? Shelby shares her belief in electronic publishing with her long-time friend and business partner, Bill, her husband of 30 years. Perhaps the insanity is contagious.
Shelby loves writing off-beat tales that defy as many rules as possible. She likes chocolate with her peanut butter, suspense with her romance, and kink with her sex. She's always had a hard time keeping science fiction, fantasy, and paranormal from mixing with her kink. Fortunately for Shelby, electronic publishing has opened many new doors for cross-genre authors and artists.
Author, editor, publisher, and Slayer of Pirates, Shelby Morgen, A.K.A. Margaret Riley, has the coolest job ever -- she's the keeper of dreams.
The Year of Our Lord 1749
Captain Ewan MacKenzie. A man with a price on his head. They call him the Gray Ghost. Untraceable. Unstoppable.
One woman would attempt what the entire English Navy couldn't manage. Riona Chattan-Campbell vows she'll stop at nothing to avenge her husband’s death. Now only one thing stands between her and her goal -- she's falling in love -- with the enemy.
Publisher's Note: The novella Wild Geese was previously available in the Cardboard Hero (Box Set).
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
Former agent Charlotte Giles escaped to the wilds of West Virginia to build a horse farm. She never expected to need her old job skills again. But when Charlie falls for a handsome cowboy who drifts into her life, she trades her own demons for his personal nightmares.
For Drew Bailey, an ex-con who's run out of options, hiding out in Charlie's barn seems the safest way to avoid run-ins with local law enforcement. Drew never counted on staying around long enough to fall in love. Charlie's body proves to be more addictive than freedom, and her heart holds the key to his soul. Her love may be his only Redemption...
Publisher's Note: Redemption is a new edition of a previously released title.
One conference. One snowstorm. One nearly empty bar. Half a dozen small press publishers... and an organization was born.
Now we're shifting gears...
Three publishers step from behind the desk and work together to bring you a hot and sexy shifter anthology.
The first of many collective anthologies by The Association of Independent Digital Publishing, this book is sure to be the cat's meow. Enjoy!
A Shot at Love (Gina Kincade, Naughty Nights Press):
When faced with the displeasure of his lover's family over their son's sexual preferences, as well as the issue of him being 'not of their kind', Jay, an eagle shifter, thinks he's doing the right thing for everyone when he chooses to walk away from the only man he's ever loved.
Quickly realizing how hard it is to stay away from Mark, a panther shifter, Jay watches from afar and suffers a massive bout of jealousy at the first sign of another man in Mark's house.
Will Mark turn him down in favor of this new person in his life, or will Jay convince him they belong together?
The Twilight Mew (Rian Monaire, Mojocastle Press)
Rhylie loves the idea of becoming a cat shifter, and decides to cast a spell that will finally give her the abilities she's been seeking. But she needed to be careful what she wished for...or at least, be more specific.
Giordian just wanted peace and quiet, and the woods offered just that. Unfortunately, his twilight visitor was going to shake all of that up.
Better With Mustard (Shelby Morgen, Changeling Press)
When a stray cat blackmails Officer Joe Callahan down at Coney Island Dogs, Joe thinks he's got a case for Animal Control. But this is one of those rare times when duct tape can't fix everything. The stray cat's under Joe's skin. She's all too familiar, but can she find a place in Joe's bed -- and his heart?
1974: Peace, love, sex, drugs -- and murder -- at Commune in the heart of West Virginia.
Hope knew she should have killed Jesse the night he used her as his marker in a poker game with Spike. When Spike won that marker, he stole Hope's heart.
Spike wanted more than just a weekend with Hope. He wanted forever. That was more than Hope could promise. A man like Spike, a good man, would never understand the evil a man like Jesse was capable of.
1989: Now he's First Sergeant Sam Callaghan, and he's back.
When a chance meeting drops Fiona Donovan into the arms of Sam Callaghan, West Virginia State Police, their past twists in on both of them, threatening to tear apart their worlds, for better or worse.
Hope -- Fiona -- was the love of his life, the woman who can still rock his world with a single kiss. When he's around her, Sam forgets to think. But first and foremost Sam's always been a cop. If Sam discovers Fiona really did murdered Jesse, will he be able to arrest her? There are a few things in love's way -- like her dead husband's missing body, over a million dollars in cash, and the IRA...
Publisher's Note: This title has been previously released and has been re-edited for release with Changeling Press.
Memphis, Tennessee. The Russian mob's moving in, and the FBI's recruiting Memphis PD's finest -- finest werewolves -- to form their new FBI Paranormal Activities Task Force.
When Officer Butch Carson and his rookie trainee, Regan "Sundance" O'Mally, are caught between the MPD and the Russians, they have no one they can turn to but each other. The more they learn about being werewolves, the tighter their own bond becomes. And the more determined they are to stop the assassins who nearly added them to the growing list of victims.
When Dr. Ruth Balise ran out of funding for her research, she had no idea the twisted path her work would take. Her psychiatric profile adjustment was supposed to be more humane -- a way to render violent sociopaths and the criminally insane harmless to themselves and others.
But in a black market society where medical miracles are for sale to the highest bidder, a death sentence is far too wasteful. Why settle for just one replacement body part, when you can own the whole thing? Prisoners are maintained in semi-stasis, their memories wiped, the cost of their physical care sponsored by aging aristocrats, hosts for future replacement organs.
After all, they’re just bodies -- empty shells. Pod fuck-bunnies, their monitors call them, living in an endless loop of sex, drugged with their own endorphins into a constant state of euphoria, their bodies maintained in prime health. They’re not supposed to wake up -- ever -- and they’re certainly not supposed to escape.
Now Ruth is one of them, and only Panama Red, the space pirate turned bodyguard who’s out to rescue Ruth, can save her. But will he still be willing to trust her with his heart, once he knows she engineered this hell?
When famed negotiator Mikhail Dreslin and his crew head to 'Port Adana for a little R & R, the last thing he expects is to have an exotic runaway drop into his arms.
Joiandra is neither as harmless nor as innocent as she appears, though she plays the role well. Who and what she is is a mystery Mikhail will have to solve if he wants to keep her, and the longer he holds her the less he wants to ever let her go, but who's playing whom in this dangerous game?
Last Chance, Alaska. State Park, Wildlife preserve, small town. Population: 1479 humans. And there's the rest of us. Some of us were born here. Some came by choice. Some had nowhere left to run.
Town hall, three bars, a clinic, and a rooming house. Great place to go if you're on the run. No roads in or out. Cars come in by ferry from Juneau -- two hour ride. Summer sun rules day and night. By September the sun sets at 6 pm. Three or four hours of sunlight. Maybe.
So what do you do for entertainment in a town like this? If you're Foxy, you entertain your big, beautiful bunny, Jessie. And there's nothing Jessie loves more than dancing... unless it's being chased by Foxy. And letting him catch her.