Tormented, robbed, and murdered by their Gheet neighbors, the Surrey folk of the County of Blenheim are a battered and cowed people in their own land. It’s what happens when you lose a war. Deirdre is just a Surrey farm-girl, but when the Gheet murder those she holds most dear, she refuses to sit around and wait for her own slaughter. She wants justice, she wants vengeance, she wants blood, and she’s willing to do anything to get it, even if that means selling her soul to the fiend, a dark and malevolent creature that lurks in the far-off barrow in the blackest woods of the forest. One way or the other, she’ll have her vengeance.
The mortal, Edward Ignis, arrives at the gates of Heaven to learn that the paradise he waited his entire life for is not as it seems.
A young angel of the Kingdom, by the name of Bethrael, embarks on a personal mission to hunt the ancient demon responsible for the slaughter of her brothers and sisters.
The two quickly find themselves on opposite ends of an ancient conflict between the Kingdom of Eden and the remnants of Olympus and Asgard. Though they believe themselves to be unimportant, the decisions they make will forever alter the shape of the land they occupy.
Fires of War takes the Heaven vs Hell trope and adds a new spin to it. What if the Heaven many believe in today occupied the same land as the mythology of ancient civilizations? What if mythology and theology were two sides of the same coin? We explore that world through the eyes of a naive mortal, a young and enthusiastic soldier of the Kingdom, a grizzled war captain, and many other recognizable faces from the lore of ancient mythologies and theologies.
The last hope to save Faerie from Elven invaders is Peter Pan and his Lost Boys assassins.
That’s what Princess Lara believes. Problem is, the Lost Boys were exiled to Earth—a magicless, unforgiving land where humans plant cement rather than gardens and worship technology over nature. It’s the last place Lara wants to go, but with an evil warlord nipping at her wings, she has no other choice.
Medically discharged from the Army, Deryk Quinn is no stranger to pain. He not only lost his leg, but also the future wife he thought he’d have. Jaded, he isn’t interested in being hurt again. But when a mysterious woman appears out of nowhere and heals him with her blood, he’s pretty sure she isn’t a woman at all. Humans don’t glow blue and silver, and the markings now covering him are straight out of a fairy tale.
Before Deryk can confront Lara about her origins, and his growing feelings, she’s taken by an enemy that would see Faerie burn. Armed with answers he doesn’t want and knowledge of the truth about his past, Deryk must convince Peter Pan and his assassins to fight for Faerie or he’ll lose the world he never knew he belonged to, and the woman he’d give his life for.
Lost Boys Bar & Grill is a darkly twisted fairy tale romance filled with action and a guaranteed HEA. Author’s note: This isn’t your childhood fairy tale. The action is intense, and there are elements of torture. If you want something light and fun-hearted, this isn’t the story for you.
Along the unforgiving coast of Snæland, Ásta’s ancestral farm is plagued with bad luck. The kinless maiden’s turf walls continue to be found damaged with claw marks, reviving old memories of the wolf attack that left her scarred, and she begins to fear the whispers are true—that Fenrir, son of Loki and king of the wolves, has come to claim her.
Torin often leaves his uncle’s farm in the southern hills to track and ensnare valuable gyrfalcons. His secret ability to turn into raptors means his falconry skills are unparalleled, earning him precious silver. If the memory of his sister’s death didn’t haunt him daily, pushing him to numb his senses with drink, Torin might have married by now—as his uncle often reminds him. But the time has finally come to find a wife and settle down.
With bad luck biting at their heels, the scars from their past may seal their fate and put them in an early grave.
A warrior returned
When black sheep Flynn returns to Atlantis after more than a decade away, he discovers that his brothers thought he was dead and moved on with their lives. But before he can wrap his brain around that problem, Poseidon himself taps Flynn to be one of a new generation of elite warriors. Now he only has to: learn how to be part of a team, rescue a group of kidnapped girls from the Hell’s Dark Angels motorcycle gang, and try to understand why a certain redhaired bartender with an affinity for animals is driving him mad…
A woman reborn
Eva Calandar needs to run. Again. Her ex-boyfriend, a black magic practitioner, has tracked heR down. Again. But she might be the key to rescuing a group of girls from becoming human sacrifices, and there’s a certain astonishingly hot Atlantean warrior with a fierce protective instinct who is making her think longing thoughts of finally making a stand.
Together, they’re so much stronger than they were apart, but the heat between them may be enough to burn down the world.
No matter what the temperature is in January . . . in Atlantis.
Do you suffer from a tender heart? Welcome! This is the story of your next romantic interests. In a short time, you will fall in love with possibly every character in this book.
Do you love mythology? Welcome! You will be given the chance to hold the hand of a Great Goddess of Love, Attraction, and Sex, and treat her French breakfast. No one can resist the charms of this seductress except for a gifted young man, who is in love with someone else.
Are you fond of suspense? Welcome! You will find out who eventually steals the heart of a frankly incredible Parisian woman… You will meet characters pleasant and well-mannered who have to cheat in order to get an unearthly beautiful magical artifact. You will discover the answer to an ancient mystery that will haunt us from the very beginning.
It is a story, in which the author attempts the vindication of a disgraceful Goddess, where men of distinction share a romantic interest, where Gods kiss fairies and leave imprints in their souls, a story of the almost faultlessly happy woman, who demands sensual delight and rarely gets it, a story of tender sighs and the perfect cup of coffee.
What is at stake at all times are the character’s hearts, but they are characters who smile even when things have gotten badly wrong, and this is why we love them. They bless each other after sex, they live for the moment, and some of them have hypnotizing blue eyes. They are gracious and their faces exude light, when you look at them, while they are dancing.
To all of you romantic, fantasy lovers: Welcome!
You will walk in Paris, followed by spring.
A graduate student at the prestigious University of Chicago, Caroline dedicates her carefully planned life to a serious, academic study of mythology.
Until a god shows up in her bedroom.
Loki, the enigmatic and irresistibly sexy Norse god of fire and lies, appears late at night in Caroline’s apartment, cuts her clothes down the middle, and rocks her studious world in ways she couldn’t even imagine. The next morning, she’s convinced it was a dream–until she sees her clothes on the floor, cut in two.
When Loki’s appearances stop as suddenly as they began, concern for her lover leads Caroline to Val-Hall, the ancient home of Óðinn’s army, where she must put everything she has learned to the test. If she fails, there’s far more than Loki’s life at stake.
The end of the world is on the horizon, and only a graduate student with a crush on a god can prevent it.
When darkness aligns and light struggles,
When all good things start to wander,
Then it will be as foretold
That Gaia’s war will have begun.
In the beginning Gaia brought order to chaos. After creating the Mortal Realm and birthing seven gods, she faded, leaving nothing behind but her blood. Her children lived in peace for a time. But once they shaped the elves and the first prophecy emerged, tensions rose.
Thousands of years later war looms over the hearts of many. As the plans of an evil god fall softly into place, Nara of the Dryad’s dreams of adventure lead her into more daring situations than she had expected to face. Kingdoms hang in the balance of her decisions while gods tempt her with a destiny they only hope she will fulfill.
With dryads whispering in her ears, Nara is unaware of the events unfolding across the world as many seek out their own roles in the unavoidable war. For even the touch of a dryad and the blessing of gods cannot fully wipe chaos from the realms.
In a world ruled by lethal Slavic immortals, Rose and her pack of Black werewolves are drawn into the beginning of a war as they try to uncover the being behind the mass murder of White werewolves.
Because the nature of the killings obstructs the normal passage of souls, Veles, the sultry lord of the underworld, offers Rose his assistance; the were is left facing not only the new knowledge of the pack’s hidden lineage but also her growing fondness for the arrogant god…
To win the war, the pack must ascend to The Dark Ones. But to do so, they must be willing to risk being on the receiving end of the immortal community’s wrath