When the alpha claim of the Greyelf bear shifters goes up for grabs, news reporter Maren Lene is ready to capture what is sure to be the story of the decade.
Lukas Kasper thought he escaped his troubled youth in Greyelf, although the scars remain. When his older brother, the alpha of the Greyelf Bear Clan, dies unexpectedly everyone expects that he will rescind his alpha claim.
Lukas arrives home he finds himself the center of town gossip and front page news for the Greyelf Gazette. All the attention and hostility directed at him seems to be originating from a single source: Maren Lene, the girl he let get away. Soon sparks fly between Lukas and Maren, but Lukas needs Maren’s help to find the truth. Along the way, he begins to realize there might be more than one reason to stay in Greyelf and lay claim to what has always rightfully belonged to him.
Rock. Freakin’. Hard.
That’s me. Mathew Barton.
There’s not a woman I can’t make mine, but the only one I want is off limits.
I went on tour to get Selena Torres out of my head. All it did was make me crave her more.
Now she’s taken, the property of a guy I used to call my best friend.
It doesn’t help he’s her agent.
But I see right through him. He only wants her for one thing, and it ain’t her hot curves and parted lips.
I should have stayed away, but now I’m home I’ve got no choice. I have to protect her.
I won’t stop until she’s in my arms, my bed, thrashing and crying out my name.
When word reaches Top Scale Academy that Cadia has been breached, Ezequiel “Zeke” Hawthorn and his fellow dragon cadets are dispatched. Ready for a fight, Zeke is stunned to find the intruder is a beautiful human woman.
Amber Klose is an engineer for a petroleum company. When a routine pipeline site check goes awry, she finds herself alone, deep inside Cadia. Her only hope of survival lies in the hands of a handsome dragon shifter.
The stakes rise as the mystery unravels, and Zeke will be forced to all of his formidable arsenal to protect the woman he loves. But in the end, it may be her willingness to do anything for him that saves them. Can the pair make it through the fire unharmed, or will their bond break when the heat is on?
Alex MacElhaney doesn't know what to do with children. He's more than satisfied with his two English Setters and his fledgling bakery business.
But when an emergency with his sister in law's family leaves him in charge of his two nephews in the weeks leading up to Christmas, Alex buckles in for a crash course in parenting.
Police officer Kellen Walker's deepest wish is to have a family but he'll never have that - coming out as gay would break his ailing father's heart.
When Kellen investigates a break in at Alex’s bakery, he comes face to face with the one man who almost tempted him into defying his father and coming out.
When Alex suggests a Christmas fling, can they both love the other without their hearts getting attached?
A dragon took Aie'la captive and she didn't even notice.
Dacron's lair deep inside her planet's moon is so breathtaking, and the sensationally sexy blue dragon is such a great lover, that days go by in a blur before Aie'la realizes that she can't leave.
When finally she does notice, the mysterious and irritatingly confident dragon still won't let her go home.
She should be furious. But she's falling for him, harder than she had ever imagined possible.
Dacron knows three things: He loves Aie'la. She's his Fated Mate. And he will do anything to protect her, even keeping her locked up if necessary.
Because something terrible is going on with her planet...
Adam Darling always had a soft spot for the first girl he ever lost sleep over, but the distance between them was too much for him to overcome as a young man.
Years later, he realizes that the thing he’s always wanted is the one thing he left behind.
My name is Rosie Fry and I don't believe in true love. In fact, anyone who believes in it oughta get a laser shot to the groin.
So when some green-headed demon pixie from the Celestial Mates dating agency tries to sell me on this crap about ‘fated mates’, I laugh. Uh, no thanks, lady. Especially not when my fated mate is an arrogant alien dragon shifter and at the top of my shit list.
I don’t give a damn if he’s as hot as the sun’s core, or that his amber eyes of liquid fire makes me melt every time he looks my way, or even that his sizzling touch rockets me outta this world.
I may be trapped on an alien planet with him as my only companion but I will not give in.
I will not fall in love with him.
Leon, a beta shifter without a mate, has had enough of his pack. He wants an adventure, and the city looms deliciously in the distance. But his alpha has banned all travel outside the pack borders, and when Leon confronts him, he makes it clear with a punch that leaves Leon hurt and betrayed.
Kip, an omega with a mysterious past and no roots in his current pack, helps Leon escape to the city. But when they reach it, things get more complicated than either of them bargained for.
Can Leon help mend Kip’s wounds, and can Kip help Leon find a deeper meaning in his life?
The Clawed Squad’s alpha, Thorn Conway, is the last of the squad left to get married. Only problem is, his mate died a decade ago.
The hurt is still real, the pain is still raw. Will he be able to move past her looming memory to find the happiness that he doesn’t feel like he deserves? Or will he give into the darkness and let down his whole squad?
Fate can be cruel, but fate can also hold a few tricks up her sleeve…
Join the Clawed Squad for one last adventure with a lot of action, steam, of course, a lot of laughs.
Recently-widowed Liam ends up alone with his baby at a motel in the peaceful village of Mill Town. His hands are full with his son, but he can't help noticing the attractive alpha staying in the room next to his. Though he tells himself he's not ready to love again, he can't seem to resist the rebellious, yet kind shifter who seems to go out of his way to help Liam at every turn.
Toby just wanted to make a point. He didn't think his family would stoop low enough to kick him out. While he's not exactly thrilled with his new life in a motel room, it does come with a perk: the lovely little omega next door—even if a baby is a part of the package. While Toby's never given much thought to parenthood, he finds himself drawn to the father and son more and more each day.
Can Toby and Liam help each other put their lives back together? Or are they both too shattered to ever be whole again?