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He’s got bite. She bites back.
Rue Gray lives by three rules:
1. Fake it ’til you make it.
2. Never give up.
3. Don’t fall in love.
The first two are easy, but the third is a problem named Ian Somers. Feral werewolf, wine aficionado, (wolf)bane of Rue’s existence.
Ian easily lived as a wolf for two years—until he just had to have a cinnamon bun. With pecans. It’s not his fault Rue found him, groomed him, and convinced him to impersonate a missing vineyard heir (otherwise known as himself).
Once Rue scores the job of sommelier at Somerfield Vineyards’ new flagship Wine Bistro, she wants Mr. Impersonator to get lost. She won’t think about the sexy Indiana Jones scar on his gorgeous chin. She will not. She has things to do.
Ian figures if she’s going to be in LuPines, North Carolina, for a while, he might as well tag along and return home to his family. Even if that means facing the woman who crushed his heart—and the man who stole his pack.
Warning: Contains a feral werewolf millionaire who has a smile like foreplay, and a woman who annoys him like crazy—who he’s fast becoming crazy about. May cause temperature spikes and heart flutters. Hey, if you can tempt him, you can tame him.
The badder they are, the better they bite.
Seven Brides for Seven Shifters, Book 2
Juliana Perlas has three good reasons to give up dating bad boys:
1. The uber-famous ones tend to be jerks.
2. They’re dangerous.
3. Danger turns her on.
She pulls a trifecta when one of the Seven Sons of Hell crashes through her living room window. Strong, definitely not silent, 1.5-million-Youtube-suscribers Daz Warren.
Dashiell Warren never means to destroy things; chaos just kind of follows him around. His peculiar gift has served him well as a shifter MMA fighter, but it’s left behind a trail of destroyed lives. Miraculously, Jules is the only person in five years he’s been able to touch without suffering searing pain. Which makes him want to get closer.
Jules sternly reminds herself she wants a heroic type who’ll fight for her, slay dragons for her. But Daz has vowed to never raise his fists again—literally or figuratively.
In spite of themselves, his need to touch and her weakness for danger boys collide and go nuclear. All while Fate howls with laughter…
Warning: This book contains a woman whose mind says “run” but whose body says “dance”. And a hero who’s…who’s…well, there’s no nicer way to put it. He’s a smartass. May cause barks of laughter and a yen for taboo sex. Hey, if you can’t run from him, run to him.
Their second chance ignites with a bite.
Seven Brides for Seven Shifters, Book 1
Lennox Averdeen’s top three worst fears:
1. Anything remotely canine.
2. Finding out she has a secret baby.
3. Running into Garrett Anderson. Former best friend. Heartbreaker.
She pulls a trifecta when she realizes the stray canine and the tween kid hanging around her house are not only one and the same, he’s Garrett’s wolf shifter son.
When Garrett tracks down his runaway son and sees Lennox again, the widowed father’s heart begins to struggle against his self-imposed chains. Plus, just coming into town pits him against the local Alpha, and everything he hates about pack life. The death, the heartache.
Despite her fears, Lennox becomes the boy’s mother in all but DNA. But Garrett? He can hula-hoop with the nine rings of hell. Except the heat of attraction has never died, and there’s only one way to slake their sexual thirst. Make a smoking-hot deal, agree to part as friends…and try to ignore the sound of Fate howling with laughter.
Warning: This book will stop your heart with barks of laughter, breathless drama, dueling heroes, and sizzling sex. Hey, if you can’t beat ’em, howl with ’em.