Halloween

  • The Witch of Rosemary Lane by Elena Nix

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    Connor Dawson has fallen for a smoking-hot crazy cat lady who just might be a witch. Felina Desilva is everything Connor ever wanted in a woman, but she may be too good to be true. After she entices him to dinner, his dreams are filled with dark fantasies, and she’s willing to fulfill them all. Despite being warned that Felina is dangerous and discovering that she’s been connected with one man’s mysterious disappearance, Connor finds it all too easy to spend more and more time with Felina and her strangely intelligent black cat. When one of Felina’s neighbors tries to poison the cats that roam her property, Connor investigates, only to discover that the neighbor has been murdered with the same poison. When he’s questioned by police, he has to decide how much to tell them about Felina. Does he have a future with her, or has lust been blinding him to her true nature?

  • Finders Keepers by Maggie Tideswell

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    An Almost Gothic Love Affair.
    A bride is sent off into the unknown to marry a stranger on All Hallows Eve, October 31, 1749.
    What she finds on her arrival is enough to make her skin crawl.
    Limping footsteps, blood-curdling screams, smoking torches, and a house on a cliff… A man she only sees in the dark, his breathing labored behind a mask.
    “A betrothal is as good as the wedding vows. You cannot leave.”
    “Am I your prisoner?”
    “You shall stay here until you bear me a child. Then you can stay or go, the choice shall be mine!”

  • Dead Girls Don’t Dance by H.G. Lynch

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    Being dead is no party…
    Gabriella remembers only parts of dying. She knows when she wakes up in a casket that she didn’t survive the crash.
    But being dead doesn’t mean she can’t enjoy the afterlife.
    Antonio is mysterious, lonely, and charming. Fortunately, he’s dead too.
    With only two days before the end of the Day of the Dead festival, they have to figure out how to catch a murderer, avoid the Grim Reaper, and get their Spirits to the Other Side before the Gate between the living world and the realm of the dead closes for another year.

  • Something Witchy This Way Comes by TL Schaefer

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    Amanda Sims is a woman with a problem. Her brother disappeared in the woods on Halloween night. When she enters the forest with enigmatic, sexy-as-hell deputy Josh Kent, the last thing this self-professed witch expects is a spiritual presence the size of the Grand Canyon. Josh holds his own secrets. He recognizes the entity in the forest, and offers to trade his immortal soul for that of Amanda’s brother. But the Keeper of the Way has other ideas. When Amanda offers a part of herself in exchange for her brothers safe passage, the Keeper thrusts her and Josh into another land. A land where scarlet-tipped grain waves across an endless landscape, where parrots speak the Queen’s English, where the dead walk and where she hears of the prophecy for the first time.

    Legend speaks of a human witch and an Earth-walker who will free the lost souls of Midland. But from there the details are murky, doled out in bits and pieces as they travel the countryside, encountering spirits in every conceivable shape and form. But Amanda and Josh find more than the prophecy in Midland, they find a love that transcends every world, every dimension, imaginable.

  • Witch’s Brew by Kitty Barstow

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    An’ ye harm none, do what ye will.

    This is the Wiccan way of life. I’ve lived by these words. I’ll die by these words. Where’s the harm in brewing a little love potion on Halloween? My co-worker just needs a nudge in the right direction; straight into my arms. Tonight, we’re all heading to Naughty Nights for drinks and dancing after work. Wish me luck. Witch’s Brew is on the cocktail menu!

  • Forbidden Fantaseis by Sai Marie Johnson

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    Araceli Nativa – sheltered and yet looking to expand beyond her small town Alabama raising, Araceli’s attending
    Vanderbilt University in Nashville but so far she hasn’t broadened her horizons in the least. A pretty and successful student, Araceli spends all her days studying, attending class and living a fairly boring existence. That is until her dorm mate peer pressures her to attend the biggest frat and Halloween party on campus and when Araceli finally breaks out of her closed up shell, the consequences might just be devastating.

    Abel Slaine – For centuries he has scoured the earth searching for her, the demonic queen who stole his beloved before they ever had the chance to thrive. She and all of her dark daughters have been his target for millennia and now there is a new one who will find her death at the end of his hands one way or another but putting plan to action may prove more difficult than Abel has bargained for when his prey becomes more than a deathly pursuit.

  • Honeybear Halloween by Jacqueline Sweet

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    A Double Shot of Shifters!

    Two steamy Halloween novellas will get your blood pumping, and your heart racing. This pair of stand-alone paranormal romances are hot enough to steam up your Kindle.

    In Midnight Feast, a mischievous shifter spikes the punch at the town’s Halloween party. Only Sebastian, the Alpha’s son, can stop the mayhem before it rips the tavern apart. The Raven Queen demands a special sacrifice. Is Sebastian man enough to give it to her?

    In Ghost Boinkers, Chloe gets trapped between a ghost and a hard-as-stone werewolf on a lonely mountain road. There’s only one way to exorcise an evil spirit, and it involves a deliciously naughty night with a shifter.

    Honeybear Halloween is a pair of stand-alone novellas set in the same sleepy, mysterious town as A Slice of Honeybear Pie and A Taste of Honeybear Wine.

  • The Good Stuff by Lily Rede

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    Gail Martingale isn’t a bad witch, but everything about her boss Finn Parker makes her want to be – he’s the good stuff, top shelf, out of her league. The gorgeous partner at the law office where Gail works is a major distraction for a career-minded witch, but Gail is determined to break the stereotype that witches are sex-crazed beings with poor impulse control. So that means hands off! But when a frustrated Gail conjures up a sex toy with Finn Parker in mind, she is horrified to find that she’s summoned the man himself. What’s a witch to do?

    Finn has never been a woman’s sex toy before, and being popped in whenever a certain hot little witch is feeling frisky is infuriating, but at the same time, impossible to resist. But he can’t deny that she makes his boring life more interesting. Can Finn convince Gail to give a real relationship a chance before she finds a way to undo the magic that binds them together? Finn is determined to make it happen, even if it means embracing his new role as a sex toy, again and again and again.

  • Night of the LIving D by Anita Shaft

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    Young Kristina recently broke up with her boyfriend, leaving her aching for something big–really BIG. The Halloween weekend is coming up and she hates to party alone, so she’s hoping to find someone to give it to her hard and without protection at a costume party. She finds the perfect candidate in the mysterious Daniel, a sexy older man in a stunning vampire costume. Together, they make the most of a night full of hidden identities and dark pleasure.

  • Monsters and Shifters and Men, Oh My! by Giselle Renarde

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    Just can’t get enough? Monsters and Shifters and Men, Oh My! is a box set full of spicy paranormal romances.

    Inside you’ll find a princess in hiding, a forest full of shapeshifters and a faery with a secret. Curious about that mysterious man at the coffee shop? So are baristas Saada and Toby. Meanwhile, paranormal investigators Geoff and Anna are northward bound to search for the legendary Shadow People. And how will Artemis react when she encounters a cunning incubus who knows what he wants… and takes it?

    Still craving beastly men? Good thing this collection includes a bonus werewolf tale by renowned author Savannah Reardon!

    Monsters and Shifters and Men, Oh My! includes two novellas, three novelettes and one short story devoted to menage and multiple partner romances.