Earth and Water is out today! It’s book 2 in the Elemental Unions series.
You can buy it here on the eXtasy website. Release day on other online retailers is next week.
You can also preorder the Summer Heat anthology here on the eXtasy Books site. Release date there is June 5.
A meeting of earth and water.
Edward is grateful he’s not the family company’s CEO and that he doesn’t have to make the decisions his brother Henry has to make. He supports Henry, of course, but signing contracts with a fire wielder while they’re earth wielders could be dangerous, with Purity threatening them.
Bay is happy working for Dakota, even though he’s kind of jealous of his best friend for finding love. He’s more than happy to help when the Long brothers, who Dakota’s mate is working with now, are threatened. Bay is assigned as a bodyguard to Edward, who’s charming and sweet—and it turns out, also Bay’s mate.
But Purity is still a threat, especially after it attacks. Faking Henry’s death might have been a good idea, but it also could be putting Edward’s life in danger, and Bay isn’t sure he can stand up to Purity, not on his own, not when Purity has someone working for them on the inside.
Opposites Attract is out today! It’s book two in the Seven Brothers series (book one was my Christmas release, Christmas Swan). Release day on Amazon will be next week on the 29th is everything goes the way it should. It might be slower on other online retailers, but unfortunately, once the book is uploaded, it’s out of eXtasy’s hands!
You can buy Opposites Attract here on the eXtasy website, and preorder Earth and Water, book two in the Elemental Unions book, that will be out May 22, here.
What happens when boring meets colorful?
Leon isn’t jealous of his best friend. Really, he isn’t. He doesn’t do relationships, so while he’s happy that Manuel has found the man of his life, he’s not planning to follow down his path.
Hugh likes his life the way it is—familiar and predictable—even though most people, including his brothers, think he’s boring.
He’s in for the shock of his life when he meets Leon. Leon is the opposite of him. He’s colorful and happy, always talking and having fun.
He’s also Hugh’s mate.
Hugh doesn’t know what to do with that, and after Leon tells him he doesn’t date, Hugh steps back, unsure whether or not he should tell Leon he’s his mate.
Hugh can’t keep it a secret forever, but can he ignore everything that makes him who he is and throw himself into what could be the happiest relationship of his life? And if he does, will Leon agree to take a chance, or will he run away like he’s used to doing?