Evie Balos adores anything romantic. She picked up her first romance book at the age of fourteen and soon after developed a keen desire to write professionally. After trying her hand at traditional romance, she decided her sweet stories needed some spice and kicked it up a notch with edgier, more sensual characters. Evie’s stories are set in contemporary and paranormal worlds.
When she’s not writing, she enjoys traveling across Canada—her native home—spending time with her wonderful family, reading everything from spy novels to newspapers, and participating in little adventures like rafting. When it comes to food, her ultimate indulgence is sushi and dark chocolate.
The one man who can satisfy her deepest, most secret urges is the one she’ll have to stay away from.
Tara Duncan has been aching to have sex with her colleague, Jay, for six long months. He oozes the sort of delicious, wicked virility that would satisfy cravings her conservative exes could not. The steamy fantasies she entertains on a daily basis leave her even more sexually frustrated. Attraction sizzles like a live wire between them and Jay has made his interest in her plain enough. Problem is, there’s something going on between him and another colleague and Tara has no intention of becoming trophy number two.
Jay Moretti has wanted Tara ever since he met her. Her green eyes gleam with a restless flame that begs to be stoked. Lately, though, her vibes have cooled several degrees and he has no idea why. Good thing the new project will require frequent meetings with his curvy colleague—ones he plans to keep very private.
Nina Bradley doesn't pay attention to her friend's premonition that she'll be attacked by a vampire. She discovers Daphne's assigned a dhampir bodyguard to her and clearly objects. Worse, she finds him terribly attractive, but he’s half vampire. They don’t suit. A good reason to stop fantasizing about him.
Jovan Markovic wants to keep things professional between him and his beautiful client, but his desire for her is spiralling out of control. He ought to assign someone else to the case, but he won’t. He ought to use his lover to erase Nina from his mind, but he can’t…