SUUUUUPER quick update today, lovelies! I'm still deep in the writing cave, brainstorming Lords of Night book two, and anxiously anticipating getting the second jab this weekend (YAYAYAYAY!).
And here's a new snippet!
Huxley glanced back in the mirror, then twisted in his seat for a better look. Grim lines set around his mouth as grunted. “He needs to feed.”
Soren shot a glare to the other vampire. “Mothering fucking hen.”
“Spoiled little lordling.”
Warmth blasted through him as Gemma settled her hand on his arm. Softly, she asked, “You need to feed, don’t you?”
“It doesn’t matter. It’s not that bad. I’ll feed once I know we’re safe.” We? Her.
“Bullshit,” she muttered. “This isn’t the time for some macho savior crap.”
Up ahead, Huxley bit down on his fist to cover his grunt of laughter. Soren glared at his reflection in the mirror before ripping his gaze back to the beautiful creature eyeing his wrecked stomach.
Faust was going to be so pissed at another ruined shirt.
“I’m not feeding from you,” Soren insisted. “We’ve never even kissed.”
She flinched at the idiotic words, then surprised him when she crawled into his lap. Soft strokes of her fingers ran down his arms, then pressed hard against the outer edges of his wound. Pain flashed through him, screwing down to a blinding pinprick of light.
Something brushed against his lips.
Soren cranked open his lids to find Gemma still close enough for her breath to warm his skin. Her scent flooded his nose. Vanilla and honey and life. Pure, sweet life pounded away under her skin, so powerful he could almost see it shining through her pores.
“I didn’t know you were such a prude,” she teased softly. Worry creased the edges of her eyes.
He shook his head and tried not to stare at her beating pulse. Tried not to listen to the steady thump, thump, thump of her heart driving him to madness. “I’ll show you how much I’m not when I’m healed.”
“Good thing there’s an easy way to get there,” she lobbed right back. She hesitated a fraction of a second before gathering her hair and tilting her head to the side. Quieter, she added, “I’ve never done this before.”
“Never?” Fuck. The implication rushed blood straight to his cock and dropped his fangs. His. She’d be his entirely.
No. Not his. She could still walk away.
Even he couldn’t dispute his own lie. There was no walking away for her. Not from him. Not from anyone who discovered what she could do. She was stuck in the shit until the very end.
He’d do everything possible to see that didn’t mean her end.
Ghislaine Lavolier is just an accountant living a simple life, which is why she is surprised to find an unexpected package on her desk one day – a package with a mask, dress and an invitation to a distinguished soiree. At first, she is hesitant to accept the invitation, but figuring she has nothing to lose, she goes, only to find herself swept off her feet by a flamboyant prince into a world of extravagance and bliss beyond her wildest dreams.
Until she finds out who he is…
With one glimpse, everything Philippe Arnaud has ever known in his long life is irrevocably changed. Humans and shifters don’t mix. Yet, his bear isn’t listening. Ghislaine is his mate. He feels it in his blood, in his soul—but convincing her is another matter. She finds him obnoxious and annoying, but he knows a woman’s interest when he smells it.
Someone is kidnapping magical children, and it’s up to two people to save them before it’s too late.
Jesi left the law firm when she inherited her great-grandmother’s power. Now she knows the history of everyone she touches. When two children are taken from her coven, Jesi must use her power to find them. If only she could use it without losing herself.
Chuck is a detective without a partner assigned to a case with no leads that’s about to open up a new world. When a strange woman crosses his path, he is convinced he found his lead suspect. One he cannot get out of his head.
Will Chuck be able to accept the supernatural? Will Jesi learn to control her magic in time to find the children? Will their attraction to one another distract them from the case?
Two worlds collide in this thrilling new novel full of secrets, magic, and a romance that will leave you wanting more!
Emily wants nothing more than to get back to her children, Damien and Hope. When an opening presents itself, she breaks free, running from the bear shifter who the witches have enchanted to guard her. Weak and exhausted she ran as far and as fast as she could until exhaustion took over and she passed out.
While searching the woods for his missing son, Liam instead finds a woman lying on the river bank. He picks her up wondering what happened to her and if it has anything to do with his missing son.
To his dismay Liam finds out that his son is being controlled by witches and Emily might be able to help him. Will he be able to convince her to stay long enough to save his son? Or will the spell to be to strong for them to break?