The masks are coming off.
Daniel Light loved Zoe Blackwood when he was a gangly dork. Now a powerful wizard prince, a masked ball gives him a new chance to woo her.
Wolf shifter Zoe, desperate to recreate the feelings of romantic love she had in high school, throws the ball as her last chance at romance before her wolf forces her to mate. That romantic memory was courtesy of rich, classy, dorky Daniel, the only boy she could always count on yet never really noticed. When he shows up at the ball, he's still rich and classy, but not dorky at all, and she notices his lion's prowl and deadly grace plenty. The question is—can she still count on him?
Coming between them is an evil fire wizard and an ancient parchment with a deadly prophecy.
Warning: A wolf shifter on the cusp of mate-or-else, a smokin' hot wizard who won't let anything stand in his way, and fun in closets.
Lost Library brings together a mysterious, magical book and a quirky heroine to create the adventure of a lifetime!
John Braxton arrives unannounced on Lizzie Smith's doorstep looking for answers she doesn't have. She may have a magical book, but she hasn't a clue what to do with it--or even how to read it. And John's revelation that he's a Lycan isn't making the job any easier.
Before the code to the book can be cracked, Lizzie and John stumble into the middle of a power-hungry mastermind's plan. Caught up in one man's search for power, Lizzie soon begins to uncover surprising secrets about her past and powers. Can she and John put a stop to their new found enemy's plans?
Take a romp through the life of the quirky and well-meaning Lizzie as she discovers magic, creatures that go bump in the night, and maybe love.
Twice the lovers, twice the trouble
When curvaceous blogger Kathryn Smith writes about her meeting with St. Anthony’s favorite hero, Lightning, she has no idea what kind of trouble her keen observations and sharp tongue will land her in.
The disturbingly handsome, and decidedly shady, hero is not the only one who takes offense to her critical writings, and before she knows it, Kathryn is wrapped up in the seedy underbelly of America’s most crime infested city.
In a seemingly innocent act of heroism, Lightning decides to "claim" her to keep her safe.
What he failed to mention, before burying his teeth at the nape of her neck, was that his mark would attract his archenemy like bees to honey.
- An enemy, who is more than willing to steal Kathryn away and claim her as his own.