Faerily Imperfect: Volume Twoby Mia Watts, Katie Blu
Sage, Dill, Willow, and identical twins Flora & Fauna Harper are half-breeds. With one parent human and the other Faery, they don't fit into either realm. The faery realm is known for its trickery, but in an act of good will, each child born of the human-faery union were bestowed one magical
Magical powers would be great, if they weren't guaranteed to backfire.
Sage, Dill, Willow, and identical twins Flora & Fauna Harper are half-breeds. With one parent human and the other Faery, they don't fit into either realm. The faery realm is known for its trickery, but in an act of good will, each child born of the human-faery union were bestowed one magical ability. Since their magic is unpredictable-although it does seem to increase when they're flustered-finding love just became a whole lot harder. Throw in a series of normal life complications and work conflicts, and suddenly their faery "gift" feels more like a curse...
Flora Harper isn't amused when her faery "gift" transports her in the middle of a self-induced orgasm to a professional football locker room after practice. The fact that it's the team she works for, and their new quarterback, Ian Tate, wants to finish what she's started, flies in the face of the non-fraternization policy.
Ian has been traded to a rival city so he catch a blackmailer red-handed. Time is against him, as are the number of injuries he's had in his career. It sounds like a great deal, except filming the Public Relations specialist in a sexually compromising position leaves a sour taste in his mouth. When he discovers that the PR person is emotionally distant, hard-on inducing Flora, getting a whole lot closer to her feels so incredibly right...until she finds out why he's really on the team.
Fauna Harper's cursed with the ability to randomly disappear. The faeries have given her nothing but trouble, and she refuses to invite supernatural trickery into her personal life. Assigned to work with a sexy new hire, she's grateful to leave an office full of half-faery siblings and faery reminders behind. Besides, Cooper's slow smile promises romance, and a whole lot of heat. He's just what she needs to have a little fun and finally learn to loosen up.
Cooper Blank's mission to guard research for the council of elementals gets sweeter when he's assigned to work with Fauna. She's sexy as hell, and now that she's agreed to no strings sex, Cooper only needs to convince her that he's the elemental for her.
Their relationship reaches a boiling point, and time is running out for Cooper as Fauna discovers what Cooper is. Will he convince her to give them a chance at love, or will his heart be lost in the wake of interspecies warfare?
Hitched: (written with Katie Blu)
Half-faery, Willow Harper is the youngest of the Harper siblings. Just like them, she has no control when her gift will manifest, turning her into an inanimate wooden object. Fortunately, she has Bruce, a full faery male who has the ability to subdue her gifts.
Though she hides her heart, Bruce has been assigned to work by her side on every Harper Security case. It was only a matter of time before Willow and Bruce hooked up after hours. Agreeing to a no-strings relationship, they know that commitment just isn't for them.
Agent Kane Wilcox has been tracking the identity of an arts smuggler for over a year. He's reached a dead end, but Willow Harper moves on and around the target's property easily since she befriended the target's daughter months ago. What isn't convenient is the way Willow makes him feel, or the unprecedented attraction Kane has for black-eyed Bruce.
As the case progresses, one thing becomes clear--Bruce and Willow want him. But how can they juggle a three person relationship and still catch the thief? Kane is in it for keeps.
When the case is over, will Willow and Bruce walk away, leaving Kane standing alone?
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