Lucy Monroe, Lora Leigh, Alyssa Day, Meljean Brook
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They have the power to hold you spellbound, to captivate your senses, and to keep you forever in their control. Forever enthralled...
#1 New York Times bestselling author Lora Leigh returns to her sensual world of the Breeds... as one stubborn Breed meets her match, and can no longer deny her mate—or the fierce desires of her own heart.
New York Times bestselling author Alyssa Day introduces the League of the Black Swan... and the dangerous game one woman plays when her family's curse dooms her to kill the man she loves.
New York Times bestselling author Meljean Brook delivers a new story in her steampunk world of the Iron Seas... as a man who's lost everything returns home to find that not only is his marriage in jeopardy, but he must now fight air pirates who intend to steal his one remaining treasure—his wife.
And Lucy Monroe, national bestselling author of the Children of the Moon novels... unleashes the feral passions of a werewolf on the body, mind, and soul of his prey, his lover, his lifemate.
settling on the ground ahead of them as the Dragoon raced toward it. Turning to glance behind them, she winced at the sight of the quickly moving SUVs following them. If they made it before the rapidly focusing cameras mounted on the roof of the SUVs that were controlled by the photographers inside, then they’d be damned lucky. “Put it on.” Black material was suddenly shoved over her head. “What are you doing?” For a second, the world was black until Devil quickly righted the fabric
though I know he never cared for your grandfather.” Khileen stepped from the stall before looking around silently for a long moment. When her gaze returned to Katie’s, the amusement in it should have warned her what was coming. “So,” Khileen drawled. “What did you think of Devil?” There was the blush. Katie felt it surfacing beneath her flesh, filling her face and revealing, she feared, far more interest than she wanted Khileen to realize. “Oh, you definitely like him.”
you tell me that you’re married—” He laughed. “Are you kidding? My mother would have skinned me alive if I had a wife and brought a date to her house.” “Okay, well, tell me this evening. After work,” she said, a slight frown shadowing her beautiful face. “Can’t. I have to work tonight, too,” he said. “Then come by when you get done, even if it’s the middle of the night,” she said. “Whatever it is, it can’t be worse than my curse, right?” Her attempt at a smile faded when he
Brynn that they’d find a way to be together. Now she was gone, and the fiery monster who was all that was left of Sean could feel nothing but agony. Could want nothing but revenge. He finally stumbled out of the inferno. She wasn’t here. There hadn’t been any evidence of a . . . body. Brynn hadn’t been in the house. Castilho was on the lawn, using his magic to combat the blaze. He saw Sean burst out of the house in full fire-demon mode and flinched, but to his credit he didn’t
And the bugs wouldn’t heal this—they created the fever. It only happened rarely, and with severe wounds. The tiny machines worked so hard to heal him that they overheated his body. Infected men and women almost never sickened or died from anything but old age, unless an injury killed a person faster than the bugs could heal him. But bug fever was often fatal. Rushing to the window, Georgiana threw it open. Frigid air swept inside the room. She flew back to Thom’s side. She needed ice, opium.