Julia Melville is in deep denial. She’s only a werewolf during the full moon – all other times, she’s fully human. Or, so she tries to convince herself. Bastian Crane is something else completely. Like an ancient warlock who happens to be possessed by a demon. When that demon offers up Julia in a bet, Bastian’s prize for winning is too good to resist. But will he risk the woman he’s grown to care for in order to get rid of the demon inside him? Read More »
Fans of the ground-breaking Otherworld series will appreciate this return visit with some of the characters via six stories and two novellas.
“Demonology” opens with Talia Lyndsay in a waiting room with her young son, Adam, there to see a doctor who may be able to help her understand Adam’s fascination with fire, and how he can almost burn things or people with his touch. Read More »
Lucien Russell, the Marquess of Rochester, was coming dangerously close to breaking Rule Two of the Rogue’s Code of Conduct, which stated that one must never seduce another member’s sister. His deepening attraction to Horatia Sheridan was one that he tried to hide under a veneer of hostility and coldness. Lucien was walking with another Rogue and keeping a close eye on Horatia when he noticed she had dropped a glove, and as he hurried across the street to retrieve it for her, he was nearly run over by a careless carriage driver. Read More »
Hidden in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland, lies the Immortal University, a safe haven for its supernatural residents where they can study, research, hone their craft and live without fear. The University also houses a security division, the Praesidium, responsible for the safety of the residents and mortals who may be in danger from demons and rogue immortals. Warren is the head of the Praesidium and supervises the Mythean Guardians who are tasked with protection and elimination of rogues. One of his staff is a contractor, Esha, a powerful Soulceress who excels at her job of dispatching demons. Read More »
Thirteen-year-old Finley McComb thinks it would be pretty cool to be a surger. After all, it would really help if he could move the hands on the clock at school to bring the day closer to ending. However, he has resigned himself to the fact that he is not a surger and has no special abilities. So what is a recruiter from Brighton Preparatory School for Surgers doing at his house? And how in the world is Finley able to produce a flame from a dead lighter? Read More »
Becca Muchmore feels like a failure. Her boyfriend of two years moved away to build schools in the Congo, she recently quit her job to attend graduate school, and only lasted one day at that. The only thing Becca knows she is good at is baking. It is comforting, soothing, and as long as you follow the recipe, you get perfect results, unlike in life. With the help of her neighbor, too-cool-for-words Sal, Becca starts a baked goods project, to be delivered twice a day to the law offices of a friend of a friend. Read More »
Jacob Hicks has secrets. He is not really Jacob Hicks at all, but instead is a member of the notorious Greene family, a cult known for their blood sacrifices to appease the Gatekeepers of the unborn Younger Gods who were imprisoned after a war of the Gods. He escaped from his family’s North Dakota compound and is hiding in New York City and attending university. And he is a sorcerer able to tap into the magic pool of the Deeps. His goals in life are simple-–stay hidden from his family, fit into regular life and never use magic again. Read More »
Closing Arguments: Bob and Sophie are cleaning out their parents’ house after their premature death, and they are shocked at the condition of the house. Apparently, their parents had become secret hoarders, and Bob, an attorney, is desperately searching for the will to ensure he is following his parents’ last wishes. After tripping over cases of toilet paper and bundles of Post-It Notes, Bob calls in the other coven members to help them out. Solving the mystery of the hoarding behavior drags Bob into a dangerous place where he fights against a pretender to save his parents and enable them to reincarnate. Read More »
Alice is babysitting her younger sister, Elizabeth, in the park when they notice a man running towards them. He is wearing a waistcoat, sweating profusely, and keeps looking at the time on his phone and muttering to himself. “Waistcoat” informs them that they have missed the news that a deadly infection is running rampant in the city, making people die and then get back up and start feeding on the nearest human. They have twenty minutes to get to the nearest evacuation site before the whole city is quarantined. And then off he goes. Read More »
The Ice Virus has arrived. Possible origin point is from melting artic ice. This new virus is triggering dormant genes from our junk DNA, genes that might once have created vampires. Right now the infection rates are low, but we could potentially be looking at a global pandemic. Be on the look-out for anyone who appears to have an unnatural and unstoppable hunger. And pray. Read More »
Souls are rarely reincarnated and then only for the most desperate reasons. The Immortal University, located in Edinburgh, Scotland, had been warned by a Goddess of Fate that a reincarnated soul would soon awaken to take on a world-altering task. It will be up to a Mythean Guardian to ensure the safety of the person so that the task will be successful, even though the cost to the person will be death. Cadan Trinovante was chosen as the Guardian and little did he know that his own past was coming back to haunt him. Read More »
Colin MacAlisdair was visiting the country estate of his friend Edmund’s family, helping to discover the reasons behind the hauntings at Whitehill. Edmund’s father had collected an eclectic group of people, the local vicar, his sister, and a medium and her assistant, all for the purpose of conducting a séance. Colin was surprised, when on his first night at Whitehill, he met Regina, the daughter of the house when she climbs up the plum tree outside his balcony, and proceeded to give advice, thinking Colin was her brother Edmund. Read More »
Richard Barrett, Lord Hartley, was both worried and resigned. Worried because his mother had written to tell him his father had fallen off the roof and was even now in an invalid state, and resigned that he would now have to give up his carefree existence and take on the running of Somerfield Park, the family estate. Richard brought with him his best friend Lawrence Seymour to keep him company, and had decided it was also time to settle down, so he had invited his almost-betrothed, Lady Antonia and her family to visit.
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The story begins in the late 1770’s in France, a time of decadence and revolution. Christian and Michael, two young men who are best friends, are seduced by the vampire Gabriella, and for a time the threesome enjoy passion and life together. But Christian meets Josette, a young and exquisitely beautiful woman, bound in an arranged and loveless marriage, and falls hopelessly in love. Josette is a powerful psychic whose blood calls vampires to her, and Christian is not her first vampire lover and he will not be her last. Read More »
Jackson Pastor has pretty much seen it, done it and experienced it all, or at least he thinks so. As a former Special Forces operator and now contractor with Kidnap & Ransom, he is highly skilled in combat, weapons, intelligence and negotiations. Nothing he has experienced, however, prepared him for dying and coming back as a vampire. As he comes to discover, being a vampire is the least of the surprises in store for him. Read More »
Reckoning, the terrific second installment in the engrossing Fallen Siren series, opens with secret siren and official FBI Agent Emma Monroe in a no-strings-attached relationship with Kallistos, the local vampire king, since Emma’s constantly-monitored love life, courtesy of the goddess Demeter, prohibits her from forming a connection of real love. Emma’s partner, werewolf Zack Armstrong, the true object of her desire, has had the memories of their times together erased by Emma’s witch friend, Liz, in order to protect him. Read More »
Trying to live a happy life while zombies roam the earth is hard to do. Most people just exist. What’s left of the living gather in towns where there are tall walls although a few still live wild and free traveling the highways, always on the move. The government had to make a drastic decision to help fight against the growing zombie numbers, making people enlist in the service at the ripe old age of sixteen and serving a nine year tour. Read More »
Kate O’Hare has only one goal in life: to put Nick Fox away for good. So, being paired with the world’s sassiest – and sexiest – con man isn’t the easiest thing for her to deal with. When she’s teamed up with him yet again, it’s for the most intense and dangerous mission yet: to bring down Carter Grove, one time White House Chief of Staff. This mission will take them around the world and back again, but will they get their man?
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Eric Carter has a problem–well, more than one. A necromancer now “married,” or, at the very least, linked, to Santa Muerte, the Aztec goddess of death (after she killed his sister, no less), Eric now possesses pitch-black eyes that require the use of sunglasses so as to not freak people out. When he meets a fellow mage, Kettleman, at an observatory to get some information on how to separate himself from Santa Muerte, two things happen: he hears a voice warning him about the meeting, and after speaking briefly with Kettleman, a former associate of Eric’s parents, the man attacks him with a wicked-looking knife. Read More »