One More Day
Cancer is ugly. Fighting it alone is terrifying. When the tattooed hottie she’s spent the last year drooling over becomes the only shoulder she has to lean on, Mackenzie is torn. She needs the help, she wants to be around him, but does the knight in shining ink deserve this? This is her fight. She can do it. And now she has a reason to make sure she keeps going for one more day. Him.
FLAWED: Eternal Combat #0 (the prequel)
Destiny Pierce wanted nothing more than to be a game developer. Boys weren’t on her radar – unless they were the characters of a game. Her idea of a perfect weekend was running a raid with her guild. It all changed in an instant.
Dark alleys and bad neighborhoods aren’t the only place tragedies happen. Sometimes it’s broad daylight. Sometimes no one cares, and some crimes can destroy a person forever. Destiny was convinced that she was broken beyond repair until Chance found her. Now, he has to convince her that she’s not destroyed – she just flawed – and she deserves to be loved.
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Challenge Accepted: Eternal Combat #1
She wasn’t looking to fall in love. All Riley wanted was to prove herself. Right now, that means making sure the farm her late parents left her doesn’t go bankrupt. A gaming tournament is the answer she was looking for. She can do this – and not even her incredibly hot competition can distract her.
She just has to stay on track, but when her hobby and her real life collide, playing it safe is no longer an option. The only way she’ll get a happy ending is if she writes it herself. Now that is one challenge she just can’t pass up, but it comes with a catch. Him.
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The Kiss of Death – Demons’ Muse #1
I’m obsessed with Death. The doctors say he’s nothing more than a hallucination caused by a mixture of head trauma and emergency pain medications. I think he’s a really sexy figment of my imagination. I mean, who besides an artist would dream up the Grim Reaper for her hero?
Now, something’s changed and my drawings are taking on a life of their own. As if college wasn’t hard enough, trying to keep this a secret is going to be impossible. Keeping my sanity might be worse. And that’s not the worst of my problems. Death is back, he’s brought friends, and I’m supposed to inspire him.
When We Were Kings: The Wolf of Oberhame #1
No one expected the pampered girl in the pretty pink dress to live a single day in the gladiatorial arena, but Leyli wasn’t ready to give up. Her cousin thought he could take over the throne and keep his hands clean? Well, she’d make sure he was wrong.
The only problem was that she’d never lifted anything heavier than a dress in her life. If Leyli wanted to live to get her revenge, she needed to learn how to not only fight, but kill, and fast. Her best chance was to get herself chained to the veteran gladiator sitting in the cell beside her.
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When We Were Dancing: The Wolf of Oberhame #2
Six months as a gladiator changed her. Leyli killed people. They didn’t deserve it, but neither did she, and now she has the chance to make a difference. As the first female heir, Leyli isn’t just going to fix a few laws, but her entire country.
She was supposed to be a wife, but those dreams vanished with her innocence on the sands. Now, she wants to make sure no one else suffers like she did. She also wants to keep her best friend close – right at her side – but can she find a husband who will understand her relationship with Tristan is not something she can set aside?
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BloodLust – Rise of the Iliri #1
If only she’d been human, everything would have been easier. The scent of prey around her wouldn’t be a problem if she was one of them. She never would’ve fallen in love with her commanding officer and upset the balance of their military structure. She certainly wouldn’t be a risk to the secret they all kept so close. If she was a human, she could have been a normal soldier and worked her way through the ranks like everyone else.
Instead, she’d been born iliri, and that made her a predator. They said she was a beast. They said her kind would turn on them. Maybe they were right. Maybe the humans even deserve it.
Instinctual – Rise of the Iliri #2
For the first time in her life, Sal has a place to belong, and it feels so right. The iliri live in packs. The Black Blades is hers. But humans see them only as a military unit, and one with a little too much influence. To keep the “scrubbers” from gaining an advantage, humans will do anything – and none of it good. The only people they can trust are themselves.
But this time, they need help. Eight elite soldiers aren’t enough to stop the bribe headed to Anglia. If that country gets two thousand kilos of steel, it’ll change the tide of war, and the Conglomerate of Free Citizens will be caught in the middle. The Black Blades have to trust someone, and their only options are humans. Hopefully, their “friends” aren’t as dangerous as the enemy.
Defiance – Rise of the Iliri #3
They sent her to Anglia without her pack. She can’t hear their thoughts, can’t smell her brothers. It’s just her and Cyno killing their way across unending expanses of snow covered mountains. Her mission is to assassinate the current king and replace him with someone sympathetic to the Conglomerate of Free Citizens, but Sal wants more.
If she’s going to do this, she’ll make sure at least one government on the continent supports her people. She just has to figure out how – without getting herself killed. Lurking deep in the icy wilderness may be the answer she needs. And it speaks her language.
Inseparable – Rise of the Iliri #4
The meeting of allied nations should have been something to celebrate. Instead, Sal dreads what will happen when Dominik Jens, the King of Anglia, arrives. If her court martial isn’t over, he’ll hear every last detail about how she betrayed him. From her own lips, she’ll have to tell him that she was the assassin who put him on his throne.
Parliament’s only option is to disband the Black Blades. Never mind that the elite military unit saved their country over and over. When the iliri’s immoral lifestyle is brought to light, one Representative thinks it’s proof that the beasts need humans to control them. The rest can only agree. Prejudice has always been stronger than logic, but there’s one thing even stronger: trust.
Tenacity – Rise of the Iliri #5
This is what the Black Blades spent their life fighting for. Their people have learned what hope tastes like. Humanity has finally recognized them as more than just beasts to be discarded, and they’re winning. With millions of grauori pouring down from the mountains, nothing can stand in their way. Once little more than a unit of soldiers, the Black Blades have become the saviors of their entire species.
It’s all because of Salryc Luxx. The last Kaisae of the iliri, chosen only because the Emperor slaughtered the rest of her kind, she has nothing left to lose – or so she thought – but the Emperor is done playing games. He knows who she is, and he’s not ready to give up. He’s determined to make her pay..
Resilience – Rise of the Iliri #6
She worked for them, bled for them, and nearly died for the humans in the Conglomerate of Free Citizens. For her entire life, they wouldn’t let her forget that she was the inferior species, but things have changed. With the alliance of the two strongest nations on the continent – which she leads – her old country needs her help. They just don’t know how to ask. They demand that she brings her army to assist them.
But Salryc Luxx isn’t the same downtrodden slave she used to be. She has risked – and lost – so much to free her people from oppression, and now the Conglomerate expects her to obey like a well-trained dog? It’s time they learn that humans aren’t the dominant species anymore.
Dissent – Rise of the Iliri #7
The country that disbanded the Black Blades now needs their help to defeat the invading Terrans. Sal desperately wants to defeat the enemy forces and their leader – who will stop at nothing to wipe out the iliri. Ironically, saving the country that enslaved her people is the only way to save them.
But can she, the Blades, and their human allies overcome the resentment against iliri influence and the rising tide of dissent that threatens to tear the country apart from within? To do that, the Blades will have to do what they do best: fight their way through it.