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One wolf lost his memory, but they’ll both lose their hearts.
Bitten werewolf Tom owes the folks at the Dead and Breakfast big for saving his life. So when they ask for help with a rogue wolf on the premises, he’s happy to do his part….
Though he isn’t quite prepared for what he’ll find.
Werewolf Nathan lost everything to a sadistic kidnapper—his freedom, his memories, and maybe even his ability to be human. But as soon as he meets Tom, he knows he might be able to reclaim his life. And even a turned wolf like Tom feels the mating call. The trouble is, Tom isn’t the only one who wants Nathan, and they’ll need help from all their supernatural friends at the D & B to defeat a powerful enemy and keep their love—and themselves—alive.
Dark magic draws them together, but they’re generating sparks all on their own.
Culper, Colorado, is a one-everything town. One stoplight. One post office-slash-pawn shop-slash-bakery. And one bookstore, which Shiloh volunteers to watch while the owner is on vacation. It’s a nice change of pace to her lonely life.
While perusing the shelves, Shiloh finds a book that contains some shockingly naughty illustrations. When all sorts of mystical disasters start happening, Shiloh is sure they’re somehow connected to the book. But by then it’s too late to simply put it back on the shelf.
Liam and Elijah’s response to the town’s call for help is a first. Their first paranormal case, and their first in-person meeting. They’re longtime online friends with a common interest in the unexplainable, but they’re shocked by the sparks that fly, not only between the two of them, but between them and Shiloh.
Somehow the book’s dark magic is not only the catalyst, but is also feeding off their sexual attraction. They must work together to figure out how to put the escaped entity back where it belongs—before it closes the book on their budding relationship.
Warning: Contains wild acts of sexual magic, a porny old book about demons, and a threesome where the boys touch each other as well as their woman.
What happens when rodeos start to get too tough for humans to compete in? Midnight Rodeo, of course, where supernatural creatures like shifters and vampires work for the prize money, and for the awe of their audience.
In Welcome to the Pack by BA Tortuga, when head bullfighter Denton is killed by a demon bull, his twin, Denver, comes back to take his place. Denver was gone for years, working mundane rodeos and missing his twin. He’s not sure the pack can heal him since the other bullfighters challenge Denver at every turn. All except Blaine, who’s an outcast himself, and who knows Denver is like no one he’s ever met.
In Oklahoma Rain by Kiernan Kelly, psychic Blaze scouts locations for the rodeo company, Darque and Knight, where he finds another psychic talent, Zack, who’s hot as the Fourth of July. Zack is complicated, though, thanks to his sidekick, Mikey, a damaged kid. Blaze invites the pair back to the rodeo, but not everyone is as happy as Blaze to have them there.
In Big Bear, Little Bear, by Julia Talbot, bear shifter Ben is returning to the rodeo after a long injury recovery. Big bear shifter Ozzie is the barrel man and clown, and he’s been waiting for Ben to come back to the big show. But is Ben ready to ride again, let alone be the lover Ozzie is ready to take on?
Dragon Guardians Keon and Ice have a lot to worry about. From the foreign soldiers out there trying to steal their dragons to the fact that Ice’s Elemental Ops team is in-house and trying to help out, the two of them are having a hard time settling into their new life together.
When members of Ice’s team start bonding with the other dragons, Keon’s first reaction is panic. The guys seem like good men, but these dragons are his life. Can he and Ice keep everyone safe, even from themselves?
Bakery shop and food magick practitioner Megan believes that certain ingredients can enhance everyone's lives. When she meets Jack she knows he's completely wrong for her, but she can't stop herself from helping him out with his meeting with some very special pastries.
When Jack finds himself back at Megan's shop a few hours later, he wonders if he's lost his mind. He's not sure why he's there, but he can't stop thinking about her. Coming together like a finely tuned recipe, the two of them create some serious steam in the kitchen, but can Jack take the heat?
Ice won't let his team at Elemental Ops go with him on what's supposed to be a suicide mission to uncover a new biological weapon. Imagine his surprise when the biggest danger he finds himself in is being bonded to a baby dragon, and falling in love with said dragon's Guardian, Keon. Keon isn't worried about things like guns and governments. He has a whole host of problems in all shapes and colors.
When Ice accidentally bonds with one of his baby dragons, Keon is more worried about getting the man to come in from the cold and find a place in their bizarre little family. Can these two find common ground, and keep the dragons safe?
Savannah doesn’t want to believe in magic, even when she knows it exists. So even though she keeps having incredibly sexy dreams about two beautiful men, she tries to ignore them. At least until she wakes up one morning with a new tattoo and no way to account for it. She turns to her hot neighbor Tim for help, since he knows a tattoo artist who might be able to explain. Tim and Ryder are more than buddies, though. They’re the lovers who have been invading Savannah’s dreams.
Werewolf Ryder and dream walker Tim have wanted Savannah since she moved in next door. They desire her enough that Tim can’t stay out of her dreams, and Ryder is marking her in their sleep. With their lust out of control, they need to find a way to help bring out Savannah’s magical side, and draw her into their loving circle without driving her away.
Inside Scoop: This male/male couple needs a special lady to complete their ménage.
A Romantica® paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave
Demon hunter Skye isn't terribly stable to begin with, but when he loses his twin sister to a demon swarm, the big bosses decide he needs retraining. Laurent, head trainer for the organization, is assigned to Skye's case, much to his dismay. The last thing Laurent needs is a crazy berserker to deal with, no matter how hot the man is. He can't help but admire Skye, though, and working together turns out to be easier than Laurent expects. They're both determined not to get emotionally involved, but that's easier said than done, especially when they have to depend on each other to survive.
Can Skye let go of what he's lost in time to figure out what Laurent can give him?
Jeanette has no interest in all the political wrangling her werewolf pack is doing these days, so she strikes out on her own. She thinks she's escaping any kind of danger, but being alone has its scary moments, too, like when she injures herself on a remote jog.
Werekitty Neale is happy to come to the rescue, and even happier to bring this sexy lady home to his werebear mate, Zane. The two boys think Jeanette is just what they need to complete their happy family, but is Jeanette willing to take a chance and lose her newfound independence?
When Cheri moves to Lobo Basin, all she wants is a quiet place to teach, where she doesn’t have to worry about the perils of the big city. She’s never had a lot of luck in love, so it’s a complete surprise when not one, but two beautiful men show their interest.
Cowboy Josh and handyman Paulo come from opposite sides of the werewolf pack that rules the town, and they had a falling out years ago over the firestorm of lust that burns between them. When they both decide they want the new girl in town, the competition between them heats up—and so, finally, does their sexual connection.
Cheri doesn’t know what to do with the bickering men or with the bitey little kids in her class at school. Is she a slut for wanting both Josh and Paulo? The men are going to have to work together to win their mate and help her understand her nature—both werewolf and sexual.
When Janus, head trainer and demon hunter, is sent to the Florida swamps to retrieve a package, he has no idea he'll be meeting up with his ex-lover, Cillian. They've both changed a lot since a powerful demon took Cillian's sight, but the attraction between them has never diminished. Can Janus keep them both alive, deliver Cillian to his bosses, and keep his hands to himself? Or will Cillian's demon enemies prove too strong to survive? (44p)
Keaton is kind of a city wolf, in love with his coffee shops and his Wi-Fi. Dakota tries to convince Keaton how dangerous it is to be so close to non-shifters, but it’s not until Keaton is captured and taken to an asylum that he realizes how reckless it is for a werewolf to stay so close to people. Can Dakota rescue his one true love, and convince Keaton he’s not crazy?
Jenson expects all sorts of trouble being a moonshine runner, but he never thinks it will come from a werewolf bite. He’s dealing with all that while getting his next shipment ready, and he thinks he’s doing all right until David shows up.
Confused, scared, and hot as hell, David is just the kind of trouble Jenson doesn’t need, and everything he wants. Can he help David figure out who bit them both, and keep his life on track at the same time?
Now that his paranormal resort is built, owner Jonny and manager Duke are ready to open Cereus’ doors to their exclusive clientele. Unfortunately, in these three stories, not everything runs as smoothly as Duke would like, and he’s a werewolf on the verge of tearing his hair out.
In Pack Rules, by Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga, security experts Mik and Van have to learn to work together, even though they have a past, and one that didn’t end well. Werewolf Van wants his vampire back, but Mik is unwilling to be hurt again. Can they trust each other enough to solve their problems, and those of the club? In Downward Dog, Talbot and Tortuga tell the story of yoga instructor werewolf Rian, a city wolf with no way to cope with being courted by the native wildlife.
Finally, in The Bear Facts by Sean Michael, one of the first clients at Cereus, polar bear Nuk has special needs. He thinks IT guy Al is just the man to fulfill them, but will that leave Cereus, and Al, in the lurch? Find out in this second installment of the Cereus series. The Cereus series started off with book one, Cereus: Building.
Rhys is a demon hunter, and he works alone. That's the safest thing, after all. Hunters who get attached end up dead. Which is why hooking up with super-hot fellow hunter Noah is a really bad idea.
Noah thinks Rhys is a stud, even if the man never can manage to make a kill on his own. He also knows that there's safety in numbers, and that two can be better than one. Can he convince Rhys that being alone isn't good for anyone before one of them gets hurt? (40 Pages)
Jem is a well-known privateer, and he knows he's in a lot of trouble. The White City of Algiers is a hotbed of human misery, and he's being held captive there by a ruthless man known as Hakim Reis.
Hakim knows that Jem will fetch a pretty price with the crime lord of Algiers, and he has every intention of turning the pirate over to his boss. Eventually. First, though, he wants his pound of flesh. Can one encounter feed his new addiction, or will he find a way to keep Jem alive and to himself?
Previously published in Galleons and Gangplanks. 54 pages/14600 words
Werewolf Bay meets werecats Kyle and Abby at the new club in town, and he's stunned at the immediate connection he has with them. But there's a killer on the loose. Can Kyle and Abby save Bay, and manage to keep him for themselves?
Cole Lee owns half of the Cat House, and lately he seems to own all the troubles that come along with running the club. The chemistry between Alan and Cole might just blind them to the danger they still face. Can they solve the case and still make time to get to know each other in the best possible way?
Layla, half owner of the Cat House, is great at matchmaking, but not so good at finding someone to call her own. Aaron and Jamie have a good thing, but they believe sharing makes it even better. Layla might be the purrfect pleasure to mix with their business, and they're ready to take what they want.
When paranormal lovers meet at the Cat House, their lives will never be the same.
This collection contains the previously released novellas in the Cat House series: Cats and Dogs, Catnip Crazy, and Cat Fancy.
Werewolf Jason is pretty sure he doesn't want to open his heart again to anyone, male or female. His last male lover left him in a cloud of drama, and his last best girl was taken out by demon hunters. So, when his friends set him up on a blind date, he doesn't even want to go, let alone deal with the mix-up when two people show up.
Coyote shifter Scott thinks it's a great idea, though, and he's willing to put his head together with foxy lady Rita to help Jason loosen up, even if it might put them all in danger.
Sometimes the ringmaster isn't actually the one in control.
Amadeo may be the most charismatic ringmaster Cirque Caprice has ever seen, but security head Jon doesn't trust him. Jon knows too many of Amadeo's secrets. Amadeo knows he's changed, but he has no idea he has to prove it to Jon until it may be too late. Can Amadeo show Jon that a leopard can change its spots?
CIA agent Jack thinks he's lost his mind when an old enemy throws him in a cage with a hungry tiger. He really thinks he's crazy when the tiger turns human on him and starts talking. There's no such thing as man-tigers, right? Still, Jack has to believe the evidence his eyes, and hands, provide him that Pasha is very much a man. Will they be able to escape Jack's enemies, or will Pasha's hunger win in the end?
Steve has lost his roommate and his house and figures life can't get any more strange. At least until the alpha of his local werewolf pack takes more than a passing interest in him. Then Steve decides that things can go weird, and hot, in a hurry.
Kamen loves the day-to-day business of running his pack, but he's lonely and bored, and Steve smells like the perfect mate. Danger strikes fast when the two of them get together, when the pack turns on Kamen, challenging his alpha status, and his love for Steve. Is Kamen enough of a big, bad wolf to keep them safe?