A human spy is sent to kill the Dragon King.
A scorching attraction becomes a deadly forbidden love.
I lost my father in the last attack against the dragon shifters.
The Academy Council decides that my pain and hatred against their kind make me the perfect undercover agent, so I’m sent to live amongst murderers.
My handlers believe that wars will end if I can kill the Dragon King. That’s fine because I want revenge, and if I can bring peace to my world, I’m willing to sacrifice myself.
I believe my hate will be enough to keep me focused on my mission. Then, I meet my teacher, Billy–brooding, sexy, and alluring.
I think he suspects me, or maybe he’s just as attracted to me as I am to him.
I’m playing with fire. If he discovers my secret identity, I’m dead.
So why can’t I stay away from him?
When Kelly Triplehorn is snatched away by a mysterious, rugged looking man, she prepares herself for the worst. But she never expects to learn he isn’t human. What’s worse? He despises her. He never plans to let her go, but she refuses to go down without a fight.
Broken at the hands of a human temptress.
When Sebastian Payne finally scents his mate – in the form of a human, no less – he snatches her, taking her for himself. Ruined by a human in his past, he despises what she is. He can never trust her, but he can’t seem to get her out of his mind.
Enemies forced together by fate, determined to break free from it.
As threats from his past come forward to endanger his mate, Sebastian realizes he will stop at nothing to keep Kelly safe, even if it means enduring her hatred forever…
Writing is Scarlett’s destiny, her purpose in life. If she could finish her novel. She just keeps getting interrupted by all the people in need—and animals and trees and flowers.
Like Cole. He splats face-first before her feet like it was fate. Kismet. A sign. He is just the inspiration she needed for her book. Tall, dark hair, glittering eyes. A surgeon sporting a super-hot, disapproving stern face. Surely, a smile lived inside him somewhere.
But Cole has no plans to get involved with anyone. Certainly not a sassy, hippie who thinks flowers have feelings. Still, somehow he keeps tripping into her, even when he tries his hardest to stay away.
That incredible urge to back her up against a wall and do things to her? That chemistry couldn’t be real. It just couldn’t be.
A meet cute, opposites attract, can’t-help-yourself, steamy romantic comedy.
When April Summers receives a modest inheritance, she knows exactly what she wants to do. Without a second thought, or more than a cursory internet search, she purchases her new home in the scenic foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. She packs her few belongings into a moving van, ready to swap big city life for a 19th century miner’s cabin and a hobby farm. What she gets instead is one historical wall, the world’s most disgusting RV, and a ragtag band of misfit animals. Worse, the handsome owner of the local feed store is ready and waiting with a big bill, a stone-chiseled jaw, and a gleam in his eye!
In his previous life as a professional sports fisherman, J.T. Thomson traveled the globe, but he has never seen anything like the spunky, capricious blond that just rolled into town. It’s as if a Hollywood starlet wandered into the wilderness, expecting Mother Nature to bow at her feet. She owes him money and, after their first disastrous meeting, an apology. So, when an actual TV star shows up in Harmony Ridge looking to film an episode of a popular fishing show and J.T. catches April pretending to be an expert fisherman, he volunteers to be their local guide. A front row seat to this humiliating debacle should help erase some of April’s debt.
Lures are supposed to be flying, not sparks. And the only thing J.T. meant to reel in was a steelhead, not April’s heart. But sometimes, the best catches come when you least expect them.
I lost my father in the last attack against the dragon shifters. Now the Academy Council wants me to go undercover to live amongst murderers in the hope that if I can kill their King it will bring peace.
Then, I meet my teacher, Billy.
Harder to fool.
Harder to stay away from.
If he discovers my secret identity, I’m dead!
Cara and Alain are two fiercely independent people with deep scars from their pasts. Cara is a tough girl who knows how to look out for herself. Alain is a sweet and sensitive man looking to step out from his family’s shadow. From the moment they lay eyes on each other, they are swept up into a wild and intense romance… one of which neither of them may leave unscathed. Can they overcome their hangups and to find love in the middle ground?
Cancer: A Passionate Zodiac Romance is a very raw and satisfying read.
Bellfrey has two flower shops. The families that own them refuse to talk to each other. So how can Tamara accept that she has a crush on the son of the enemy?
Tamara hates conflict. She hates not being able to let her guard down for fear of running into any of the Millers. So she isn’t happy when she finds out that Ryan, who started it all, is moving back to Bellfrey.
For a brief respite from the feud, Tamara flees the quaint small town. But instead of a relaxing week at a Flower Fair, she ends up at the same B&B as Ryan.
His presence bewilders her. She’s used to avoiding him, and now she’s having dinner with him. And after he confesses how her parents’ demands affected him, he’s not so easy to hate. Is she falling in love with the enemy?
Can she ever convince her family to accept him? Will he understand their point of view? Can love conquer all?
This is a clean enemy-to-lovers romance. If you like quirky small towns and characters with lots of chemistry, then you’ll love Lavender Kisses.