Quinn Bryant knew she wasn’t supposed to enter Cadia. It was shifter territory, and it was entirely possible that if she were caught she would never be seen again. But the opportunity to get that elusive picture of shifters interacting with each other was too tempting to pass up.
Now hunted and hiding out at the house of a mysterious dragon shifter, Quinn has come to realize she has been so very wrong about shifters, and one sexy Frost Dragon in particular. But when he discovers her true reason for being there, Quinn knows she can no longer stay.
Can she make it out of Cadia alive? Or will other forces prevent her and Asher from realizing the truth behind their blossoming romance?
Clothing consultant Riss Levion is a human living in a shifter world. But even after living amongst them all her life, she immediately realizes there’s something different about the dragon shifter who just walked into the shop where she works. As he seamlessly inserts himself into her life, Riss begins to let her guard down. After all, who could resist the gorgeous sandy-haired shifter?
But as his secrets begin to emerge and she becomes more familiar with his position as a dragon Guardian of Cadia, Riss wonders if perhaps she’s made a horrible mistake. Can Zander prove to Riss that his feelings for her weren’t faked, or will a meddling third party doom the mates to a life alone?
Allix Rose is a nomad. A wanderer. She’s lived in over ten cities in the same number of years, never setting down roots. Life in Cloud Lake is okay, and she knows she’ll be content there for a while. Until the tall, handsome shifter with piercing green eyes sits down at her table. Then, everything changes.
When a fight erupts between shifters in her bar, Allix finds herself thrown headfirst into the shifter world against her desires. Can she come to grips with her feelings for Luther and perhaps discover what it is she’s been searching for? Or will the war she’s become involved with stop their blossoming romance in its tracks?
This is a standalone novel with a HEA.
Mila Chaire isn’t happy with her life. The company she works for has become something she resents. The jobs she’s being assigned lately have moved further and further into the gray area of what’s legal and what’s not. So she’s taken to renting cabins on the outskirts of her hometown of Longhorne to get away from the stress of it all. On a morning jog she comes across a limp form that will change her life forever. But only if she can convince him not to kill her the instant he wakes up…
The animal in Pierce doesn’t want to follow her into the city; it’s too oppressive and lacking the gentle touch of nature. The man in Pierce doesn’t want to admit his weakness in front of a beautiful woman. But the brother in him will do anything to find his family and bring them back together. A shocking revelation will test his devotion to Mila, but strained as their emotions might be, he knows she’s not just his only hope, but also the only woman he’s ever loved.
Karri Blaine had everything figured out. From a young age she’d driven herself harder than anyone else in the quest to take over her shifter-hating father’s company. The only problem? He wants to give it to her immature younger brother instead. All it will take is one slip up on Karri’s part and her father will have the reason he needs to strip her of her role within the company. Karri knows that she shouldn’t invite the shifter into her life. Not after what happened to her family two years before. This could be the opening her father needs, but she’s blinded by the sexiest, strongest man she’s ever met.
Her father isn’t the only problem that Karri needs to worry about. Andrew has unknowingly dragged her into the crosshairs of those who are gunning for his job, and they’ll stop at nothing to get there. Andrew is playing for keeps though, and he’ll do whatever it takes to win her heart, no matter the cost to him…
Erika Rey was wasting her time. She wasn’t even sure she wanted a shifter for a mate. She was already carrying the child of one within her, thanks to a villainous—but now destroyed—human corporation. Did she really want to bring another into her life? Saying no to the invitation wasn’t really an option though. The shifters of Cadia had given her food, clothing, and shelter. The least she could do is go to the Shifter Ball. But she wouldn’t dance with anyone. Certainly not the unbelievably gorgeous Harden, whose lean, hard muscle and pale green eyes speak of so much pain. Absolutely not. No way.
One dance later, the pair have hit it off, bringing smiles to both of their faces. The real challenge has just begun though. By associating herself with Harden, Erika finds out that she’s put a lot in jeopardy, including her unborn child. Not everyone likes the outsider, and several of them have made it their mission to run him out of town. Or else. But Harden is done backing down. It’s time to show them all who the big bad wolf in town really is.
Kelly Crouche has just watched her best friend sail off into the sunset with a shifter mate. Although she’s happy, she doesn’t think that’s the life for her. Like all the other women recently brought to Cloud Lake, she’s currently carrying a shifter child, a constant reminder of how she was duped by an evil human corporation. Does she really want a shifter for a mate as well? She’s always thought the answer was no, but after her best friend tricks her into spending time with one, the long-held opinions in her head begin to change from black and white into a sea of gray.
Just when she thought things were starting to come together, a startling revelation is made. She keeps it a secret from Gray, unsure of how to deal with it, but determined to do so on her own. Circumstances are working to betray her, however, and when it all blows up in her face, Gray might be the only one who can save her. To do it, he’ll have to unleash his darkness, and prove that he’s the baddest of the bear dads.
Rachel’s life has been busy since her arrival in Cloud Lake. She’s dedicated her time to setting up various support groups for the women victimized by the hideous Institute. They’re all dealing with the same issue, and she figures that having others to share their experiences with is the best thing they’ll get. It’s all she expected to have, until Hector walked into her life and stole her heart.
But just as their relationship begins to take off, they hit a patch of unexpected turbulence. A fire at the Cadian shifter embassy in Cloud Lake has left Hector in a world of trouble that threatens to engulf Rachel with it. The circumstances behind it are sketchy and coincidental as all hell, but why would anyone be out to harm him? Things only get worse when an order comes down recalling him to Cadia. Permanently. Can he find a way to fix his situation, or will fate rip their bond apart before they realize it’s there?
Angela Breeson was sweaty and tired the first time she saw him. Having just finished teaching one of her active-wellness classes designed for mothers and infants, she wasn’t looking pretty at all. Not in her mind at least, but the way the tall, broad-shouldered shifter with incredible eyes of ocean blue stared at her seemed to suggest he thought otherwise. He was gorgeous, and for some reason wanted nothing more than to be close to her. There didn’t seem to be any reason not to let him in to her life. Everything was perfect, and the more she talked to him, the more she knew, just knew he was the man of her dreams.
The startling discovery that a spy has been sent to Cloud Lake changes all that. For Noah, it means that he’s immediately under suspicion as the possible spy, ostracized by his peers and distanced from his mate. Angela, knowing full well what the spy was sent to find out, must determine if Noah is telling the truth, or if he’s full of lies. The unease between them grows, and when Noah stumbles upon the secret the spy is desperately trying to uncover, he faces a decision that will test him to the core of his foundation. Does he follow the law, and all that he’s been taught? Or will he follow his gut? If he does, he’ll have Angela and the trust of his peers. But it will cost him his home. Forever.