Awakened from the long sleep into which he fled to escape his past, Kallore quickly finds that his “teacher” is more than just that. She’s the woman he’s been searching for. Suddenly his attempt to run away seems more like fate driving him into her deliciously curvy body. Now if only he can convince her that he’s not just another soldier, but something more.
The more time they spend together, the harder it becomes for Elin to resist the dragon’s temptation. He’s scorching hot and determined to say and do everything right to gain her trust. But the past can’t stay away, and when it rears its ugly head, they both lose sight of their true purpose. Can they focus on each other and the reason for Kallore’s awakening, or will they get caught up in ancient wrongs, blinded to the danger coming straight at them?
Awoken from his slumber and told that he’s to be used as a weapon by the human military, Thorne is growing angry. He should be asked, not told; his power as a dragon must be respected and feared. With his own interests in mind he convinces a gorgeous woman to help him trick those in charge to sending him on his way. Only he never expected it to be more than just a joke…
Ripped away from the unit that had become her family and stuffed into a downtown apartment suite with the so-called dragon shifter, Carla doesn’t know how to act. Especially when he comes to her and says that it wasn’t a joke after all. She really is his mate. Caught between her desire to return to the military and her burgeoning feelings for the dragon, Carla knows there must be a way she can have both. But will she find the answer in time?
Lately Andria’s dreams of moving to the coast have taken on a new urgency. Events in her hometown have left her feeling exposed and vulnerable. All she needs to do is graduate, then she can leave everything behind. But when a sexy and mysterious stranger walks into her bar and her life, everything changes. It’s been a long time since someone looked at her the way he does, and suddenly Andria isn’t so sure she’ll be able to leave.
As much as Andria wants to leave, there are those who would see her go, for their own selfish and hateful reasons. They’ve concocted a plan to make that happen and are ready to carry it out. The only thing they didn’t factor in was the icy fury of a dragon shifter hell-bent on doing whatever it takes to claim his mate.
Palin never expected to find his mate. He was on a mission, assigned to figure out if this war the humans were talking about was truly as serious as they claimed. Knowing how pathetic humans were, he highly doubted it. But an emergency stop for food at a local farmers market has thrown all his plans into disarray. Leaving his comrades behind, he ventures into the world of farms, famine, and intrigue beyond anything he could imagine. She needs his help, but Palin doesn’t know one end of a hoe from the other!
Determined to help her out, Palin agrees to plow her fields. It’s not what Sandy signed up for, but she can’t deny that he’s helpful—and hunky. If she can convince him to stay, she could finally turn a profit and stick it to her nasty neighbor. Can she do that while still maintaining her policy of not letting anyone into her life? And what about her neighbor? How will he react when he finds out his designs on her farm won’t ever come to fruition?
When Aric finds out he must travel, there’s only one person he wants with him. Fun-loving and easy-on-the-eyes Kaitlyn. Not because of what happened before, but because he doesn’t want a dry, stuffy suit-wearer with him. His plans fall apart the instant they’re shut in the plane together and he realizes something about her has changed. She’s now more important to him than ever before. But what’s different?
Kaitlyn is determined to keep it a platonic trip to avoid workplace rumor and scandal when she returns. Resisting Aric, however, is harder than ever once they’re alone. He’s always been drop-dead handsome and buff, but now that they’re out of a corporate environment he’s showing her another side of him. The only question is, which one is the real him, and will that change her mind when it comes to revealing the secret she’s carrying?
Things aren’t going the way Hel wants them to, but maybe he should accept some of the blame. Seeing his mate on the altar about to marry the alpha of a local wolf pack is bound to spur anyone to extreme measures. He’s stood by for ten years while his inability to address his own emotions has paralyzed any progress with her. They might be best friends, but until he can learn to use his words, that’s all they’ll be.
Megyn Wekkle wasn’t an idiot. She knew there was tension between her and the broad-shouldered hunk she called her best friend. Someone else made a move when he wasn’t willing though, and now she’s consigned the “what-if’s” between her and Hel to the dustbin of her memory. What she never expected was that he would finally find his voice at the most inopportune time. Even worse, she can’t help but wonder if maybe he wasn’t the only one having a hard time confronting their feelings…
Hel’s actions have pissed off the entire wolf pack, and also the local dragon enclave representative. They need to get out, and get out fast. Hel may have caused the problems, but they’ve grown to envelop her as well. The longer they spend together, the more things between them begin to unravel, and a decade’s worth of thoughts and feelings come to the surface. Can they ride that turbulent wave to a new beginning together, or will the deeds of the past tear them apart?