Sir Hrardorr was once the mightiest of fighters. Now he’s blind, his knight is dead, and he can’t even go into proper mourning because he needs help just to get around. Part sea dragon, he decides to go to the Southern Lair to rusticate by the coast. He can fly out over the open water and dive into the sea, where he still has at least some ability to hunt on his own. He doesn’t expect to meet a human woman out on the water, fishing in her small sailboat, but he does, and unexpectedly, they become friends.
A young man who gave up the sword to help the Lair’s healer…
Seth grew up in the Lair and has long had a crush on the most beautiful girl in the town, Livia. But she is the famous sea captain’s daughter, and far, far above him. It’d be one thing if he was a knight or at least a candidate to be one, but Seth gave up all dreams of knighthood when he chose to apprentice himself to the Lair’s elderly healer—the closest thing to a grandmother he’d ever had. His gentle heart has changed the course of his entire life and he’s not sure it’s for the better, but he sees no other option.
A newly made knight who doesn’t know how to be one…
Sir Gowan is a warrior. He was a teacher of fighting when he caught the dragoness’s eye and she chose him as her new knight. Genlitha is a stubborn female and though Gowan tried to refuse, he found he could not turn down the magnificent dragoness, even though he knows nothing about being a knight. They have come to the Southern Lair so Genlitha can teach young fliers how to best navigate the tricky winds off the ocean, and to gain time for Gowan to learn how to be her proper partner.
Three humans. Two dragons. Attraction that cannot be denied…
Both Seth and Gowan are drawn to the lovely Livia, and Genlitha finds the attraction she had for Hrardorr when they were still both dragonets has only grown stronger over the years, but there are obstacles. Hrardorr has sworn to never choose another knight. Seth has sworn to be a healer, even though it’s not his true calling. Gowan is just trying to figure out how to survive in this new world of knights and dragons.
And then they are attacked from the sea by a mighty fleet with dragon-killing weapons, and the town and Lair find themselves totally unprepared to fight. It will be up to the five of them to save the town…if they can. It seems impossible, but they have to at least try.
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When it comes to love the tough guys always go down the hardest.
He was sent to bring her home safe. But from the minute Sophie falls into Stone’s arms he knows she’s not the only thing in danger. He’s a hardened warrior trained to kill with his bare hands and one too sweet too young pop singer is bringing him to his knees.
If he can’t keep her safe and neutralize the threat he stands to lose more than his client. He’ll lose his heart.
Stone lowered his face beside Sophie’s and spoke into her ear. “You left the room without me.”
To Karen, his words would sound innocent, but Sophie heard the underlying accusation. “I only came down to get a drink.” Which was true. She’d had no intention of leaving the house, and wouldn’t have stayed in the kitchen if Karen hadn’t been there and started talking to her. She didn’t want to be rude.
Lowering his voice further, so only she could hear, he whispered, “Don’t do it again or I’ll tie you to the bed.”
A shudder worked its way down her spine, leaving heat and tingles behind. “Oh.”
“You like that idea?” His lips brushed the shell of her ear. “Jesus, Soph, don’t tempt me,” he growled.
“Let’s go.” Stone spun her out of his arms and around to face him.
“We’re going out?”
“Safer than staying in, at this point.” He grabbed her hand and wove their fingers together. “We’ll see you there, Karen.”
Sophie barely had time to glance over her shoulder at a smiling Karen because Stone tugged her behind him so fast, she had to jog or fall on her face.
“We’re really going out?” Sophie asked as he towed her through the front door.
“Yep.” He marched them to his car. “Get in.”
She obeyed but only because she was desperate to get out of their room and find a distraction from the attractive man she shared it with. After a near sleepless night, today had been an exercise in torture. He’d insisted on showing her some self-defense moves, which meant he put his hands on her. Big, strong, capable hands. Hands she’d fantasized about touching her in completely inappropriate ways, considering they’d just met.
Stone wasted no time getting them moving once she’d climbed into the passenger seat. He ran around to the driver’s side and had the SUV started and reversing out of its spot before either of them had locked their seat belts.
“Where’s the fire,” she asked.
“In my fucking pants,” he growled.
Oh my. What could she say to that?
“I’ve got rules.”
“Rules?” she squeaked.
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Big Easy, book 7
Zac Lewis has just finished medical school and is about to embark on his five-year residency to become an orthopedic surgeon. Before it starts, he decides to take some time off to relax and “ramble about.” He borrows an old RV from a friend and heads west with no definite direction. He decides to let the highway take him where it will. Fate puts him in Sapphire Falls during festival week.
Tacy Bradford is a former member of the Women’s National Soccer team. She’s got her gold medal…and a wrecked knee. Forced to quit playing too soon, she’s left to figure out “what now?” When her old babysitter, Lauren invites her to the festival, she decides a relaxing trip to Sapphire Falls might be just the ticket. However, the easy pace she was looking for evaporates once she lays eyes on Zac.
One minute Tacy and Zac are playfully arguing over who gets the last caramel apple, the next they’re doing the naked mambo in his RV and the river. Neither one of them has a clue where they’re headed, but they know they’re going too fast. And they don’t care.
The music began—an old Elvis tune—and Zac grasped Tacy’s hand.
“Hang on a second.” She pulled away to place her apple on the table where Lauren was sitting with a little girl on her lap, and then she returned.
The moment her hands landed on his shoulders, Zac realized that even if he danced every single dance with her tonight, it still wouldn’t be enough. He pulled her closer thinking that—odd as it seemed—he felt the same way as Elvis, as if he couldn’t help falling in love with this woman.
Tacy didn’t appear unaffected either. A fact she confirmed when she spoke. “Is it weird that I feel like I know you?”
He shook his head. “No. I feel the same way. Maybe we knew each other in a previous life.”
He’d meant his words as a joke, but Tacy didn’t laugh. Instead, she seemed to consider the supposition. “I like that idea. Makes it sound like we’re soul mates and we’ve managed to cross generations, worlds, lifetimes to find each other.”
“Are you looking for a soul mate, darlin’?”
Until that moment, Zac hadn’t been. It wasn’t that he wasn’t interested in romance, love, sex, marriage and kids. Eventually. All of those things were certainly on his list, under the heading Someday.
He’d been so focused, so intent on becoming a doctor, everything else had taken a backseat. Zac had dated. And he’d indulged in more than a few sexual affairs. He was only human, after all, and a man had needs. But he’d kept serious emotion out of it. Because there hadn’t been time.
“You went quiet.” Tacy was looking at him, still waiting for an answer. “Didn’t mean to freak you out or anything.”
He was freaked out. Not by her question, but by what it revealed. This trip had opened his eyes to how many places, how many adventures and opportunities he’d let pass him by as he kept his eyes on just one prize. Now he was forced to add love to the list. Until holding Tacy, he hadn’t realized how much he’d wanted someone to share his life with.
Zac placed his cheek against the top of her head as they continued to dance. “We must have been soul mates in another life because now that you’re here, I realize how much I’ve missed you.”
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I haven’t posted here in a while. Not sure why. Probably just overwhelmed, trying to keep all those plates spinning in the air like a circus performer. lol. A lot has been going on here! Lots of new books and more coming up soon. I’ve had a number of reissues, including the first three Resonance Mates novels and the first three Brotherhood of Blood novellas (which are still in process), but here’s the info on some of my new titles…
I’ve had a whole new series begin! The first three books of Grizzly Cove are novellas, followed by a novel called Alpha Bear, and then we go back to shorter stories for a bit with Saving Grace and the forthcoming Bearliest Catch, which releases in July.
There will be a few more bear stories before we get back to other parts of my shifter world. The bears are, in fact, leading us back around to the main conflict that came to a head in the last Redstone Clan book, Matt. By the way, the first three Grizzly Cove stories are also now available in audiobook format.
I guess that’s enough for now, except to mention that I’m getting back in the dragons in a big way this year. The first new Dragon Knights book in more than a year comes out this coming Tuesday, May 24th! It’s called Sea Dragon and it’s the first novel in a trilogy revolving around the same 5 characters. If you’re a dragon fan, make sure to reserve your copy now!
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A CIA asset, an heiress and a corporate mediator
Trinity Masters, book 6
Sebastian has dedicated his life to upholding the ideals of the Trinity Masters. However, when his best friend, Juliette, is named Grand Master, he knows secrets he’s harbored will be revealed. While he expects Juliette to be angry, he does not expect her to call him to the altar, to bind him to a stranger, Grant, and to Elle, the woman who’s haunted his dreams for years.
Then Juliette reveals a secret of her own. There’s evil at play in the secret society and she needs him to root it out. Sebastian has no choice but to go undercover to spy on his own trinity. As the danger surrounding the trio grows, Sebastian is forced to choose between loyalty and love.
Because reluctantly bound to Elle and Grant or not, Sebastian can’t deny the pair have earned their place in his soul.
Sebastian Stewart walked through the front doors of the Boston Public Library like a man with a noose around his neck. He had returned to the States at the ass crack of dawn that morning and headed straight to the legacy house, in hopes of catching Juliette there. He and his best friend—the new Grand Master—had some air to clear. A lot of it. He’d fucked up big time and had returned to Boston with the knowledge that he would have to work overtime to convince his oldest and dearest friend that he was truly sorry.
However, he hadn’t found Juliette at the house the two of them shared with several other legacies of the Trinity Masters. Being raised as part of the elite, ultra-secret society came with some nice perks. One main bonus was the connections Sebastian had to very wealthy, successful members of society.
His family, like Juliette’s, had been part of the Trinity Masters since the inception. Sebastian’s parents, his two moms and his father, were high-ranking officials working in various areas of the Department of Justice. His biological mother was the head of the DOJ cybersecurity department, while his “Aunt Joyce” was a professor at Quantico. His dad was just recently named Deputy Director of the DEA after spending years in the field as one of the department’s top agents.
When he considered his upbringing, he decided it shouldn’t have come as any big shock to Juliette that he’d followed in his family’s footsteps and pursued a career with the CIA.
However, it was a surprise. Because for the past few years, he’d lied to her, claimed he was employed as an aid worker. The lies hadn’t rested easy on his shoulders, but he hadn’t had a choice when it came to revealing the truth to her.
What he had found at the legacy house was a letter taped to the door of his bedroom. He hadn’t spoken to Juliette and he hadn’t told her he was coming home. Apparently it didn’t matter. The Grand Master was keeping tabs on him. Sebastian had opened the letter, breaking the wax seal on the ornate envelope with a sinking feeling in the pit of his stomach.
The contents of the letter were the reason he was now dodging tourists in the front lobby of the public library, his head pounding due to lack of sleep, stress, and a healthy amount of pure fury.
She’d called him to the altar.
Juliette, in a pique of anger, had decided to punish him by setting him up with his trinity. He couldn’t believe she was so furious with him that she’d seek revenge in such a petty, immature, lifelong way. And the worst part was she’d set up the ceremony knowing exactly what time his flight was landing, ensuring he wouldn’t have time to talk to her beforehand.
He bypassed the library elevator and headed for the stairs. He needed to blow off some steam, to try to burn off some of this red-hot rage. When he reached the third floor, he made his way along the dingy aisle to the rare books room. Once inside the tiny room, he crossed to the storage closet door. As always, there was no one in the room. It was simple enough to enter the closet without being seen. He moved the book cart aside and pressed the secret button that revealed an ancient elevator.
Sebastian glanced at his watch and scowled. He was cutting it close. As it was, he’d barely have time to find the dressing room and don his robe before the bell rang to signal him into the chamber. Juliette had timed her revenge well.
The difference between the third floor of the library and the elegant hallway he found himself in when he stepped off the elevator never failed to feel like culture shock. Upstairs, the floors were covered in wall-to-wall carpeting that was thirty years past its prime, held to the floor with duct tape and dirt. In the Trinity Masters’ chambers, the floors were pristine, sparkling granite that screamed of prestige, sophistication, power.
He walked down the corridor and took a deep, steadying breath as he approached the dressing rooms. He passed B and C before standing outside his own assigned room, A. Glancing at the closed doors, he could only assume that his future partners were ensconced inside, donning their own robes, waiting with nervous anticipation and the realization that their lives were about to change forever.
His temper flared hot once more. This was bullshit. No matter what lies he had told to Juliette in the past, everything he’d done had been to protect her, with the best interest of the Trinity Masters at heart.
The Trinity Masters protected the country—and they’d been doing so since his forefathers helped dump some tea into the harbor. To be a member of the Trinity Masters meant giving your life to the society and its cause. And if that meant you lied to your best friend about what you really did, then you lied. And if you had to hack your best friend’s email on behalf of the U.S. government, then you hacked it.
In her heart, she knew that being a member meant getting your hands dirty, meant doing things that might seem unsavory, but were necessary. When they’d been teenagers she’d taken the high moral ground—a rebellion against her father, the Grand Master.
Now, Juliette was the Grand Master, had clearly found his file, and she was using her newfound power. For her to fuck with his life so carelessly was unforgivable.
He had returned to Boston to apologize. If Juliette went through with this, if she pledged his life to two strangers chosen specifically to punish him, then the apology would be hers to issue.