****Three Book Collection*****
Theirs to Claim
Zelina was on the date of her life until said date tried to kill her! Being saved by a blue-eyed wolf and waking up in his bed wasn’t what she expected. To find his brother on the other side wasn’t either. There was only so much a girl could take. Tarquin and Centurion knew Zelina was their mate, and they weren’t taking no for an answer. Hundreds of years of waiting was enough. They just had to convince their very human mate of that fact. With everything they had they were going to show her she was theirs to claim. The
Fire of His Claim
Jezzie was running scared. She couldn’t stand the attraction in her heart for Andrzej, the man who refused to take her as a proper mate. She knew he didn’t want to acknowledge a human as his mate and she wasn’t about to wait patiently for him. She’d go on with her life and deal with the urges herself. But Andrzej has demons of his own, ones that come after Jezzie and threaten to take her away forever. Will they be able to hold on long enough to save their chance at happiness, or will it fall away with Jezzie’s life?
Accepting Their Claim
Sonja Taylor, Veterinarian, doesn’t believe in love. She’s seen on too many relationships fail, so she buries herself in animals. But when she finds a salt-and-pepper and coal black wolf, she finds she has bitten off more than she can chew. Hideki and Tobias have been loves for some time, but when they meet Sonja all bets are off. A Mate Challenge ensues between two men who love each other, but need her. Which one does she belong to? Or will it be better…if it’s both of them?
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About the Author
So I think this is the part where I’m supposed to say something super cool, win you over, and make you my life-long superfan…OR wait, is that how I am about my anime collection?
Basically, I’m an author, blogger, geek, and villain lover (Joker IS MINE!). There shouldn’t be any surprise then that I tend to love my heroes a bit broken, all messed up, and in need of someone who understands them just the way they are.
My heroines are right there with them. You see, love is nice, it’s sweet. It can be all rainbows and glowing stars. And then it can be dark, twisted, hurtful, and feel so damn good you have to scream about it. So I write like that. From one side of the spectrum to the other, because that’s real. That’s life. And that’s what we crave–delving into a fantasy world or not.
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