A simple clerical mixup over similar names or something much more sinister? Taylor "Sam" John isn't so sure. Years ago, she escaped a hellish marriage by joining the U.S. Navy. Suddenly, her past seems to be popping up everywhere. At the center of it all is a shy, charming guy named Sam Taylor. Is he the cause of the unrest in her life or a welcome port in the storm?
Obedience has always been a matter of survival for sixteen-year-old mermaid princess Pauline. Her mother is the tyrannical Queen Calypso, who rules the kingdom of Atargatis with an iron trident. To utter one word against her would mean banishment—or worse—so Pauline bites her tongue and minds her manners. But on the eve of her sister's merling-shower, all of that is about to change. Confronted with the truth about what happens to the human men who are betrothed to the mermaids of Atargatis, Pauline realizes she can stay silent no more. (Read the full blurb on Amazon)
Love thy enemy. Thoroughly. “Oh, Lord. He’s back.” Lareina and Christian had the love of a lifetime, a lifetime ago. Now, they’re frienemies with not enough benefits for either of them. Christian wants to get past their problem, but Lareina is not having it, or him. Until a desperate call and a fateful day changes him; changes her; changes everything. Love has forced them to play a dangerous game called KAYOS.
After years of being alone, Rowan is ready to end his immortal life. Weak from starvation and overcome by bloodlust, he attacks a human in public and is captured by police. When Zoë discovers that the intriguing, new prisoner brought to the jail where she works is a dangerous vampire, she can’t resist revealing the evidence to the world. But as she gets to know him, she realizes he’s not the monster everyone thinks he is. Rowan’s life finally has meaning again as more vampires come forward and he learns he’s not as alone as he thought. (Read the full blurb on Amazon)
You’ve heard it was the pomegranate. Those six juicy, ruby seeds, staining my lips and fingers. Sealing my fate. Damning me. You’ve heard that’s the reason I can’t live my entire life in the sunlit lands, why every year, as the seasons turn, I must travel to the darkness of the underworld. You haven’t heard the truth.