Locked in stone.
On his night off from sentry duty, gargoyle shifter Alec heads out for a night flight. When he spots a strange green light, he soars closer to investigate.
And is caught…
Veda has had doubts about Kai since they left their coven to seek ley lines in the Scottish Highlands. When he curses a gargoyle with dark magic, she’s forced to act. How can she free the gargoyle from his stone prison without invoking Kai’s notorious wrath?
Stone Cursed is a standalone novella in the Highland Gargoyles series.
If you’re a fan of the Zodiac Shifter novels, you’ll love meeting this Taurus shifter who is as sensual as he is stubborn.
Sometimes, water ignites fiery passions…
The only merman shifter alive, Atreides is a famous painter, rich, and sophisticated. In his spare time, he helps the police recover stolen art.
A mere human—although exceedingly strong-willed—Ariel is an accomplished art thief who has sworn never to steal again. Until she’s forced to repay her father’s substantial debts, and the only way out is robbing an Etruscan artifact.
One night, they meet. He isn’t looking for a soulmate, and she doesn’t have time for a relationship. Yet, it only takes one passionate kiss under the full moon to intertwine their fates. Unfortunately, there’s a werewolf biker gang on their heels, and they won’t leave Atreides and Ariel alone.
Will love triumph over a bunch of enraged shifters?
Jonathan Justice is handsome, fair, truthful and the Keeper of the law among supernaturals. When he sees a wolf attacking a human he jumps into action, but soon discovers this assault is bigger than he thought, but he can handle anything, except the yearning for Raina Peters.
Raina Peters is an up and coming doctor and has success on the mind. Little did she know the night a sexy guy wearing a long trench coat coming walking in her hospital would change her life. It’s not long before Raina finds herself twisted in Jonathan’s world and in order for her to stay alive she has to believe in the supernatural and take Jonathan’s help, the question is will she?
There is a battle brewing and the witches are looking for allies. Annie’s father plans to force her to mate a male of his choice. She wants her fated one and casts a spell to find him. Problem solved, right?
Ramiros wakes up with sand up his nose. What happened to his nice comfortable bed? When he finds the person who dumped him on the beach thousands of miles from home, there will be hell to pay.
Tegan Rees is a high-powered public defender. She fights for those who can’t fight for themselves. Her people have been around for eons, and as the moon moves into Libra, she is reminded yet again she remains without a viable mate.
Archer is an immortal bounty hunter or slayer sent to bring the shifters to ground. To his people, shifters no longer have a place in the world. With Libra rising, he must stop his hunt for Virgo and commence into Libra. Libras shifters have always been elusive as they hide behind the scales. But Archer is different. He and a handful of other Foniás only hunt the shifters who have done harm to humans.
Can both Archer and Tegan overcome prejudices long engrained in their people? Can Archer save his mate from his own people and hers when he discovers her hidden Raven?
Sadie Giles has a secret.
Born with a genetic disorder, making her goat horns a permanent fixture, Sadie never leaves the enclave. Until she’s sent to help the Wyoming area after battle. Though on the bright side, Wyoming has a resident potions expert, Levi, who might be able to help with her horn problem. Only there is one major problem.
He lives in the human area.
An empty disturbance has disrupted Levi’s land in Wyoming, and dead animals are a recurring event. Tied to his land as he lends his grazing areas to farmers in the warm months and hunters during hunting season, Levi can’t ignore ten killings in a single week or he’d lose his business. When Levi heads into the Khimairan enclave to get help from his clan leader, he never expected his zodiac sign to be invoked by a female with ever-lasting goat horns and a desperate need for his help.
When the killer leaves a cold heart on Levi’s door step everything he’s worked for, including his mate could, be lost with a flick of a knife.
A myth twisted through the centuries,
A prophecy that survived history,
A cure no one dared to touch…
She seeks the Golden Fleece…
As a researcher and professor of Mythology and Folklore at Harvard University, Aileen Callas wants to do much more than tell her students some old, barely authentic stories. She wants to prove the myths are real. After all, one of these ancient myths saved her life as a child. A dark prophecy warns against prying. Undeterred, Aileen assembles a team of investigators and sets on a journey in pursuit of the truth.
Cursed to guard an ancient treasure…
Isolated in the mountains, bound to an old, powerful object, Drakon has lost all sense of time and space. He was waiting for something, but he can’t remember what. Or, was it someone? If only he could sleep for an hour, if only he could close his eyes and dream, maybe it would all come back to him: his true name, his mission, his humanity, the memory of her…
Unaware of the danger, Aileen steps into the dragon’s cave.
Lured by her beauty, Drakon can’t decide if he wants to turn her into dinner, or sweep her off her feet.
He wants to eat her (in more ways than one), she wants to save him.
But there are vile men on Aileen’s trail, and all they want is to kill the dragon, steal the Golden Fleece, and get rid of the expert in Greek Mythology.
Tears of the Dragon is a full, standalone novella, with a happily-ever-after, and NO cliffhangers. Intended for readers 18+
The centaur’s prized possession was lost and as the guard on duty that night, all blame is placed on Lysander. For punishment, they exiled him to the human’s world, away from his herd and the only life he had known. The only way he can get back to Olympus is to find the lost item. A feat made much more difficult when a gorgeous, tall, and leggy blonde trots into his life.
Mendra is the last of her kind, a Pegasus with the ability to shift into human form or equine form. Her mother told her wild tales about lands with centaurs, satyrs, Gods, and heroes, but she never believed them. Until she met a man like her, a man who could shift into equine form and tells her similar stories. He asks for her help finding a lost item, so he can return to Olympus and his herd. She wants to help him, but she’s afraid to lose the one person who makes her feel like she’s home.
Lysander convinces Mendra to help him, but as they search for the lost item, he isn’t so certain he wants to return home. Life with the humans is so much different than Olympus and his heart aches at the thought of leaving Mendra behind, alone in a world without a herd of her own. Will his arrow fly true, or will they lose more than they ever imagined?
Bowie Matheson, an Aquarian bear-shifter and police detective, is the first to believe Gemini Cameo Stone’s retelling of a dramatic dream. Cameo, a new lawyer in town, has the gift or curse of having prophetic dreams. Bowie, a humanitarian, looks to protect his community.
As soon as Bowie’s bear sees Cameo, he chooses her for his human half’s mate. Bowie is not impressed. He wants a mate with a sharp mind. Someone as beautiful as her couldn’t have both. But with the magical help of pink-haired witch, Effie, the sparks fly between Cameo and Bowie.
The compatibility between their signs cause them to grow closer since they often think alike. They are analytical, intelligent, and love the process of learning. Once these two get tangled with HSS, a gang that’s migrated from Glasgow, lives are in danger, fears reign, and the typically calm life of the area changes.
When Cameo is abducted by the murderous gang will Bowie’s intellectual connection with the woman he loves help him find Cameo?