Leap of Faith is out on eXtasy Books today! It’s book 3 in the Seven Brothers series, featuring seven swan shifter brothers. You can buy it here in any format you need. Preorders for other online retailers will be up on Monday.
How can Peter trust anyone when his own parents betrayed him?
Peter’s day is going from bad to worse. First he loses his job, then he finds out his apartment flooded. He has nothing left but his sister, and she lives in another city.
Sean doesn’t know what to expect when he agrees to give his best friend’s brother a job and a place to stay, but he feels sorry for the guy, especially when Peter calls him because his car broke down on his way to town.
Peter’s luck is rotten, or at least, it is until he meets Sean. Because Sean is his mate, and Peter is home with him.
He doesn’t feel that way, though. Peter wants to be with Sean, but he’s afraid. He can’t allow himself to depend on anyone, not even his mate. He has to show himself and the world that he can stand on his own two feet, but when it could mean losing Sean, he’ll have to make a decision.
Valentine is out on eXtasy Books today! You can buy it here, or if you prefer other retailers, wait until next week.
If you haven’t read the Council Enforcers Series yet, the first bundle is out! It includes the first three books in the series–Daniel, Anthony, and Kin. You can get it here on the eXtasy website or here on Amazon US.
The bad voices are always louder than the good ones.
Simon has no idea what he’s doing. He just got a job as the new alpha’s personal assistant, but he’s lost, and finding out that one of the humans repairing the roof is his mate isn’t helping, especially because he saw Simon fall on his face and heard him talk to himself.
Valentine enjoys his job. He enjoys watching Simon even more, though. He thinks Simon is adorable, even when he’s talking to himself, so when he gets the opportunity to talk to him, he grabs it with both hands.
Then Simon tells him they’re mates.
Valentine and Simon start dating, and everything is perfect, at least between them. Not everyone is happy for them, though, and Simon’s insecurities might mean the end of their relationship. Valentine is ready to fight for it, but will that be enough?
Like Choices is out today! You can buy it on the eXtasy Books website here, while the preorders for other online retailers should be available on Monday.
I can’t remember who suggested the leshy in one of the FB parties I attended as a paranormal creature they were interested in, but if you’re reading this, thank you!
Their love is forbidden, but they can’t stay away from each other.
Haven is a hero. He was born to hunt and kill supernatural creatures, which is exactly what he’s done for hundreds of years.
Until he couldn’t anymore.
The conclave is giving him one last chance to prove to them that they can trust him. They send him to kill a leshy who kidnaps children and kills their parents.
Or at least, that’s what Haven is told.
Dimitri saves abused children. He kills their parents and finds them new families, and he’s not planning on stopping, not even when the conclave sends yet another hero after him.
But this hero is different.
Haven listens to Dimitri, which is a first for the conclave. Unfortunately for both of them, the conclave won’t listen to reason, and once they’re on the run, they can only rely on each other, especially after Dimitri is wounded. Haven steps up as his protector, but they both know it can’t last. A hero and a supernatural creature are too different to fall in love, and now that he’s realized how wrong he was, Haven needs to find his way to redemption.
Can Dimitri really trust Haven with his life? And just as important—can he trust him with his heart?
Air and Earth is out today! It’s book 3 in the Elemental Unions series, and you can buy it on the eXtasy Books website here. Preorders for Amazon will be up on Monday, with a September 18 release date.
Are the four elements better separated, or together?
Purity is still a problem. Henry wishes he could get rid of the secret group trying to sabotage his business and the relationship between elements, but since they’re a secret, he doesn’t even know where to start. He has other things to focus on, though—his brother is still healing, he just lost his best friend, and he’s in love with his bodyguard. All in all, his life is a mess.
Alcott has been Henry’s bodyguard since Purity decided to target him and Edward. He’s also been in love with him since then, but he knows better than to do anything about it. Henry already has too many things on his hands without adding Alcott’s probably unrequired feelings to it.
But Alcott’s feelings might not be as unrequired as he thought, which is a good thing. Henry’s meddlesome grandfather, on the other hand, isn’t, especially not when he tries to convince Henry’s ex-fiancée to try to get back with Henry.
And of course, there’s Purity, who’s still threatening every element wielder who doesn’t agree with them, and who might be closer than Henry and Alcott suspect.
Lost and Found is out today! It’s book 4 in the Legendary Shifters series and features Lennox, Casey’s silent phoenix twin! You can get it here on the eXtasy Books website. Preorder on Amazon should be up on Monday.
A baby lost—a man found.
Lennox is a silent protector. He’s more than happy to let his twin do the talking, but in this case, he can’t, because he’s met his mate, and he’s the only one who can get to know Owen—which might be hard, because even Owen doesn’t know himself.
Owen was adopted into the Springfield pack, but he never belonged. While he wasn’t abused, his father made sure he knew he wasn’t loved and that he knew something was wrong with him. He doesn’t know what that something is, but it has to do with shifting, which he was forbidden to do.
Between Lennox and his new home, Owen finds the strength to go against his adoptive father’s will and shifts. Instead of the monster he expected, he shifts into a special kind of wolf—a dire wolf.
But dire wolf shifters are said to be extinct, and if they aren’t, how did Owen end up in Springfield?
Blue Fire is out today! It’s the first book in the new Ogorth Clan series. If you like dragon shifters, enemies to lovers, and forced proximity, this book is for you 🐲 You can buy it here and download it in whichever format you read in, or if you prefer Amazon, keep an eye out for it next week!
Blake never knew that dragons could turn into humans, so how does he end up falling in love with one?
Blake acts on instinct when he steals a dragon egg from his boss. He’s never done anything that stupid, and now, he’s in trouble, both with humans and dragons.
Especially with the dragon that captures him.
But Orran is not merely a dragon. He’s also a beautiful man, and Blake is stuck with him—and with a baby dragon after the egg hatches.
Blake’s boss isn’t done with him or with the baby, which means Blake has to gain Orran’s trust and convince him to take him with him. He has nothing to go back to in the city except death if his boss catches him. Death might still find him if he leaves with Orran, but he has nothing to lose.
Stubborn Fangs is out today! It’s book 5 in the Life with Fangs series. It will be available on other online retailers next week, but you can download any format on the eXtasy Books website right now here.
Aubrey and Oren are both stubborn…who will prevail?
Aubrey is a lot of things—clumsy, an enforcer for his coven, a babysitter when needed. He’s also stubborn, which is a good thing when it comes to Oren, the guy he has his eyes on.
Oren isn’t blind. He can see how gorgeous Aubrey is, and more importantly, that he’s a man Oren could easily fall for. He can’t afford it, though. He’s a conclave enforcer, and he’s in charge of finding the dhampirs who are killing the vampires in town one by one. He doesn’t have time to waste, even if it’s with Aubrey.
Aubrey knows all of that, but he doesn’t care. Oren won’t catch the bad guys by working twenty-four seven. He and Oren have different opinions, and they clash together only for Oren to push Aubrey away again.
The dhampirs are still on a killing spree, though, and Oren is terrified something will happen to Aubrey. He’s already lost one person to the dhampirs.
Lorcan knows Devon is his mate. What he doesn’t know is what to do with that. If it had been anyone else, he would have talked to them, but Devon is on the run from his abusive ex, a man who is planning to attack Gillham and the pack, and Lorcan doesn’t want to spook Devon more than he already is.
Devon never wants to see his ex again. He hates the man, even though they’re mates—or are they? That’s what Elroy said, but as time passes and he finds himself drawn to Lorcan, Devon starts to wonder.
Lorcan and Devon know they have a lot of work to do if they want to be together. Devon needs to understand that Lorcan isn’t going to hurt him and that he’s nothing like Elroy, but he’s not sure he can. Then there’s Elroy, who’s still in the background, threatening Devon.
Devon wants a future with Lorcan, but is it too much to hope for? Elroy won’t let go of him easily, and neither will fear. He’ll have to fight both of them to get the life he wants. The only problem is that he’s not sure he’s strong enough.
False Friends is out today! It’s book 5 in the Lost in Translation series. You can get it on the eXtasy Books website here! Release on other online retailers next week!
You can also preorder Lorcan, book 23 in the Council Enforcers Series, here. It will be out on July 10.
This time, no one died…yet.
Dorran is done with investigating murders. He always ends up wounded, and it’s not good for his health. But when Eli’s brother approaches him and asks him to look into the stalker who’s harassing his girlfriend, Dorran can’t say no. He’s still trying to get Eli’s family to like him, and this is the perfect way, even though he’s wary.
There are several suspects, but none of them fit the idea Dorran has of stalkers. Is he missing something? Is the stalker closer than he thought? Or has he gotten everything wrong? This time, there are no ghosts to interrogate, and Dorran is on his own.
Rocco is out today on the eXtasy Books website! It’s book 10 in the Council Assassins Series, and you can buy it here. Release on Amazon and other online retailers is next week.
Summer Heat, a shifter anthology, is out today on Amazon. Buy it here on the US website or on your own Amazon store here.
And lastly, False Friends, book 5 in the Lost in Translation series, is up for preorder on the eXtasy Books website. Preorder here.
It’s hard to live with fear, but even harder to try to set it aside.
Cam has been through hell and back. He was kidnapped and torn apart by scientists while the human government turned a blind eye, and he doesn’t think he will ever recover. How could he? Even now that he’s free, his pain and fear keep him captive.
Rocco never thought his mate would be one of his patients, but since Cam is related to one of the assassins’ mates, he’s Cam’s doctor first and his mate second, at least for now. He wants Cam to start living again, but he understands how hard it is, since he’d been through something similar.
Cam carries his fear, while Rocco carries guilt. Neither of them is sure they’ll be able to shed it and make space for love in their life. But when the warehouse where the assassins live is attacked, they’ll have to face their worst fear—and hopefully, win the fight.