The Dragon’s Claim
Blackwing Dragons Book 1
It’s culling time in Shadowvale.
After the death of her elderly guardian, Sophia Starling is chosen by her village as the tribute they must pay to the dragon clan that rules their land. But even if she’s going to be eaten by a dragon, she has no intention of going down without a fight. Fortunately for a lass down on her luck, Riva Blackwing has entirely different ideas in mind.
Taken from her home and all she’s ever known, Sophia is thrust into a strange new world where she must adapt or die. Torn between the desire to regain her freedom and the attraction she feels for Riva, one thing is certain: if she isn’t careful, the choices she makes could get them both killed.
*The Dragon’s Claim is a complete, standalone romance novella and the first in a sexy new series.*
A Stepbrother Romance
Right or wrong, can you deny a love so strong?
Falling in love with James was easy. Hiding that love from our parents was hard. And turning my back on it entirely? Damn near impossible, but I did that too. We both did, because we didn’t have a choice.
We thought it would get easier with time. We thought we could go back to the way things were before we crossed every line imaginable. We thought we could do it because we had to, but we were wrong.
I was supposed to be her brother, not her closest confidant, definitely not her lover. When our relationship changed, we ran headlong into unknown territory. Without a care in the world, we thought everything would work out, that we’d be together forever.
Then everything fell apart. We let go of what we had, turned our backs on the past and set our eyes to the future. There was no way to foresee the tragedy that was in store for us.
*Forbidden is a complete, standalone romance. No cliffhangers here.*
A Stepbrother Romance
Tall, dark, and sinfully seductive.
Is that even a type? Hell if I know, but that’s Derek in a nutshell. He’s everything I’ve ever wanted in a man, and yet so utterly unattainable. Usually they say a girl can have hope, but in my case? Nada. Zip, zero, zilch. Less than none.
You’re not supposed to fall in love with your stepbrother. It’s weird, and wrong. But that’s what happened when I met Derek. It didn’t matter that he was five years older than me—that he was already a man, while I was still just a girl. I loved him and that was it, there was no room for anyone else. Problem is: if I wasn’t his stepsister, would he even know I exist?
*Savior is a complete standalone romance with no cliffhanger.*
A Very Russian Romance
She used to think his tattoos were sexy–before she knew just what they meant. Seven years after he vanished without a trace, and one degree in criminal psychology later, Eleanor never expected to find herself on an assignment in Moscow that would bring her face-to-face with Sergei Ivanov.
He was the flame that had left her in smoldering ruins so many years before, haunted by his broken promises. Left pregnant and alone to recollect the pieces of her life, she swore never to make the same mistake again. But that was before–before he walked through the door and they locked eyes, before they went back to her hotel together for drinks and nothing more, before it became everything more.
Seven years ago his father called him home and Sergei made one of the most painful decisions of his life. He left Eleanor before the darkness in his family had a chance to consume her. He never could have imagined that his sister’s death would put their lives on a new collision course.
From the moment their eyes meet, he knows she’s still his. They’re supposed to be focused on finding a killer, and Sergei has secrets of his own to keep, but every look at Eleanor tells him that she’s hiding something too–and he’ll be damned if he doesn’t find out what.
*Sergei is a complete, standalone romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhanger. Contains mature content.*
A Very Russian Romance
He was sent to collect her, not to fall in love.
When the leader of a powerful Russian crime family tasked him with the capture and rendition of his son’s intended bride, Ruslan didn’t think much of the assignment. After all, it wasn’t the first time he’d been sent to retrieve a reluctant bride. But that was before he met the mafia princess, before she got under his skin, melted his walls, and lit a fire in his battered heart.
After a failed hit on her father, Vivian expected everything would settle down and she could get back to what mattered most: finishing her final year of med school so she could finally do something useful with her life. Instead, she found herself drugged and dragged to a foreign country for a marriage she refused to accept. Falling in love with the man who stole her freedom wasn’t even in the cards.
Vincent de Costa didn’t escape the Soviet Union, change his name, and start a new life in America just to have a notorious Russian gangster abduct his youngest child. The last thing he ever wanted was to return to his homeland and face the ghosts of his past, but when a father loves his daughter, there’s nothing he won’t do to get her back.
*Ruslan is a full-length, standalone mafia romance. 100% separate from the first in series, so you don’t have to backtrack if you’d like to enjoy the story!*
Dukes, Duels & Daring:
A Regency Era Russian Romance
Run away to Russia…
Betrothed to a duke well above her station, the young lady Isabelle Fontaine had only one duty to fulfill: marry the man! It should have been an easy task, for Henri, Duke de Gramont, was also strong, handsome, and professed to be in love with her. What more could the provincial daughter of a lowly baron hope for in a husband?
But that was before everything went wrong…
After participating in one duel too many, Prince Sebastian Konstantinovich Lvov was sent to Paris to cool his heels and perhaps learn a thing or two about civilized culture. He never would have imagined that he’d return to Russia with a bride. To begin with, he was already engaged.
That hardly seems to matter when it comes to Isabelle. At first he couldn’t stop himself from tormenting the girl, but when her very life is endangered, he does what any self-respecting nobleman would: propose, and challenge her ex-fiancé to a duel. It seemed a reasonable response at the time.
Now if only he could explain that to his family—or the vengeful Grand Princess he was supposed to marry.