~ A good kiss is like good whiskey. It should be dark, seductive, and leave you light headed.
Tori thought she’d have it all figured out by the time she reached her fortieth birthday. After all, she was living the dream on her thirty-ninth—married to a great guy and the head chef of Tori’s, her very own vegan restaurant. Well, that is, she had it all until the day her husband left for younger, perkier pastures.
Alone for the first time in two decades, she needs to figure out who she is, what she wants, and how she plans to make it happen. One way—try new things—like flirting with two of the town’s resident bad boys, Jake and Caleb.
Then again, what is it, exactly, that makes Jake and Caleb so bad? Sure they’re both tattoo artists, partners in life and business, and seem like eternal bachelors, but they’re smart, sexy, and oddly sweet. Course, they’re also a package deal. To embark on a relationship with one, meant taking on the other.
Not a deal breaker for Tori. After all, she’s spent the last forty years playing it safe, it’s time she does something daring.
*This is a contemporary MMF romance that has explicit, sometimes group and sometimes male/male, sex scenes. It is intended for those who are 18 or older.
Mesha has lived with one truth: Dragons are the enemy. Sure, they’re sexy as hell and their touch makes her weak in the knees, but they are the aggressors in the centuries-old war between their people.
Aarush, Divit, and Hiran have a truth of their own: Humans can’t be trusted. And Mesha swears she’s human. A human who works for the Agency. She’s their enemy. But something about her calls to them.
Unfortunately for them, love and war are complicated, enemies and alliances aren’t set in stone, and sex is never simple.
*This is a fast-burn reverse harem that has explicit, and sometimes group, sex scenes. It is intended for those who are 18 or older.
Aimee Crest is the prissiest, most stuck-up Wolf Jackson Cooper has ever met. The woman has a temper that would send sailors running and enough emotional baggage to keep a shrink in business for a lifetime. A Wolf would do well to steer clear of her. And Jackson would be happy to do just that—if it weren’t for one little thing that makes her irresistible to him. She’s his mate.
It’s a fate Aimee didn’t ask for and one she’s not at all happy about. She doesn’t want a mate. More to the point, she refuses to accept one. Even if that mate happens to be tall, muscular, and damn good with his hands. He won’t be able to seduce his way into her heart. She won’t let him.
But in this battle of wills, there is no middle ground. Somebody is going to have to surrender.
Thom is suspicious, flirty, and—worst of all—human. He believes the whole town of Los Lobos is one large cult. And if that isn’t bad enough, somebody seems determined to kill him. The man might as well have a huge, Do Not Touch sign painted on his back.
None of that stops Hank from wanting the farmer the moment they meet. Just because he wants something, however, doesn’t mean he’s going to get it. He learned that lesson early on in life. Thanks to his sexual orientation, he’ll never find the one thing every Wolf craves: a pack. Best for him to do his job and get back on the road.
But time spent with a human can do funny things to a Wolf. Especially a human as addictive as Thom.
The Community, Book One
Izzy has lived between two worlds her entire life—one filled with magic and darkness, the other populated by mundane humans. She was born into the magical world of the Community. But sexy, forbidden DEA agent Jacob belongs to the other. He has no idea her world even exists.
But that doesn’t mean he hasn’t noticed her. They’ve worked together for the past six months, attempting to bring down her drug-dealing half brother while driving each other crazy with pent-up desire. But now that it’s time to say goodbye, they both find it impossible to let go.
After one passionate night together Izzy realizes her mistake. She can’t bring him into her world. She has to end things before she gets too attached. When he refuses to leave, she must find a way to guide him through the darkness.
The Community, Book 2
Isaac Marrow doesn’t care that Nikki Rathe is a seductress. She’s the only member of the Community who can help him get his sister Molly back from Nikki’s father, who holds the rest of their kind under his spell. But he doesn’t expect her to help willingly. Instead, he tricks her into giving up her blood, bonding her to him in an effort to compel her support.
Nikki could have told Isaac that bonding himself to a seductress was a foolish move, but he never asked. Now, a powerful lust ties them together, driving them both mad. Isaac is hot, but the desire is a distraction she doesn’t need. Nikki wants to free Molly and bring down her father just as much as Isaac, if not more. The Community banished her as a child while letting her power-hungry father grow stronger. But Isaac’s betrayal of her trust can’t go unpunished. And a seductress can deliver a powerful punishment.