My love for her might cost me everything. Even my life.
Shunned for solar cycles by my own people, I finally found my place beside our future warlord. Upon his father’s death, I will take my position as his personal shaman, forever silencing whoever questions my loyalties and calls me a filthy half-blood. Together, we will lead the tribe to greatness.
Until his betrothed arrives, the female from Earth chosen to be his urizaya, turning my world upside down. Again. Lia was the first female I ever kissed, the one woman I wanted to claim, and the only I ever loved.
Also the one whose heart I broke.
I disappeared on Lia all that time ago, but can I walk away from this all-consuming desire for her a second time?
When she blurs the lines of loyalties and love, I have to decide between betraying a friend and satisfying fate.
Bound to the Warlord is a full-length novel, and the third book in the Sci-Fi Romance series Ash Planet Warriors, continuing the story of Zerim and Lia from the free novella of the same name. While this is a spin-off to Garrison Earth, taking place 20 years after the invasion, the series can be read on its own.
She’s the female I can’t have. If I take her, she’ll die.
As Warlord of the largest tribe on Solgad, my obligations are many. With a new strain of ice fever running rampant among the freeraiders, the team of healers supplied by the Empire is a welcome relief.
Until one of them arrives at Noja with her body begging to be bred, the scent of her heat a dangerous temptation. I save her from a group of rutting Jal’zar warriors, only to lock her in a room with the deadliest of them: me.
I carry a terrible curse.
Every female I touch dies.
No matter how much I long for this woman, I can’t let my instincts put Jessica at risk. As a father, neither can I afford to open my soul to what will only end in heartbreak and loss.
I am a male doomed to remain alone.
Unable to afford love because no female had ever survived it.
Neither will she.
Claimed by the Warlord is a full-length novel, and the second book in the Sci-Fi Romance series Ash Planet Warriors, featuring a scarred, tortured hero, and a divorced woman who loves him anyway.
I stole her soul… now I will fill her womb.
The leaders of Solgad call me a rebel. They banished my tribe to the drought-cracked plains, denying me what is mine by right—the title of warlord and a place among those who wield power.
But not much longer.
To save those under my protection, I steal an Earth woman away from her betrothed. With a sting of my tailclaw between her ribs, I force a soulbond on Ceangal, ruining her for all males to come. Once I put my child in her belly, her influential father has no choice but to support my claim.
With my tribe at the brink of collapse, the female’s reluctance toward me means nothing. I stole her soul, yes, but she will surrender her body. Come her next heat, she will beg me to fill her with what only I can give.
It may save my tribe.
Or destroy us both.
Stolen by the Warlord is a full-length novel, and the first book in the Sci-Fi Romance series Ash Planet Warriors. While this is a spin-off to Garrison Earth, taking place 20 years after the invasion, the series can be read on its own.
When Luke Quintain’s fiancee dumped him, Catherine Lang understood immediately that she was the perfect solution to his problem. Leggy, flame haired and wise beyond her years, she decided that he should marry her instead.
But even though Luke needed a wife by his thirty-sixth birthday or he would lose his inheritance, he had to say “No!” Well, that was what he tried to say, but somehow Cat left with a ring on her finger and a wedding date on her calendar. And Luke could only curse his grandfather’s positively medieval blackmailing scheme…and count the seconds till the wedding night.
Cat, of course, knows her own mind — and her own heart — and she wants Luke. Meanwhile, Luke is wondering how long this will play out, and hoping that it might be a little longer with each passing day. The problem is, he’s quite capable of doing something very stupid — like falling for Cat.
Because sometimes love just doesn’t take no for an answer.
She’s given up on him and moved on…
Susannah finally has a peaceful, calm life and a no-surprises man. Marriage to football superstar Ryan Sanderson was a whirlwind of passion, heat, energy, and excitement, but Susannah got sick of playing second fiddle to his team, watching women throwing themselves at him, and living in terror of the hard hits he took on the field. With their divorce just days from being final, she’s already planning a wedding with her new fiance…
He’s finally figured out what’s really important to him. If only it’s not too late…
Ryan has just ten days to convince his soon-to-be ex-wife to give him a second chance. He has just brought home his third championship and his career is at its pinnacle, but during the year of their separation, Ryan’s come to realize it doesn’t mean anything at all without Susannah…
She arrived at Darkstone Manor without friends or fortune, welcomed only by the hiss of the sea in the midnight hush. Lily Trehearne had been born a lady, but now she resigned herself to a life of backbreaking drudgery, inescapable poverty . . . and unquestioning obedience to the lord of the manor.
Tormented and brooding, Devon Darkwell threatened Lily’s safety almost as much as he thrilled her senses. From the moment he caught her swimming nude in the moonlight, his compelling masculinity held her spellbound. But each step he took toward claiming her body brought him closer to learning the terrible secrets of her soul. In his arms she would know tempestuous passion, bitter despair, and a soaring joy that would humble them both before the power of love.
The seven-year itch!
On the outside Gina Tyson seemed to have the perfect marriage – but inside she ached with frustration at the distance Reid had placed between them.
So, Gina decided to challenge her husband – and was shocked rigid by what she heard. She had to do something to show him just how much she really desired him – had always desired him. But she’d have to act fast if she didn’t want to lose him to another woman!
I only wanted to protect you…
Luke Garrison is a hometown hero, a member of the National Guard ready to deploy again. He’s strong, sexy, broody. The last thing he’s looking for is a woman to ruin his solitude. When the wildly beautiful Harper stumbles into his life, though, he realizes that she’s the perfect decoy. A fake girlfriend to keep his family off his back until he’s deployed.
So what if kissing her sends his mind to wicked places? He can control himself. Can’t he?
Harper was on her way to starting a new life… again. But something about Luke makes her want to settle down in this small town and make his house a home. When she’s in his arms, she finally knows what it’s like to feel safe. Protected.
One night of sharing a bed turns into something much, much more… and soon Luke can’t keep his mind off Harper’s wide gray eyes or his hands off her luscious curves. He never thought he’d feel this way about a woman again. But he knows that he can’t tell her the truth about his dark past. And she can’t reveal what she’s running from.
At least this isn’t a real relationship. It’s only for a month. It’s only pretend. Until it isn’t…
Seven years ago, Claire Hotchkiss thought she’d found her very own happily-ever-after with Gabriel Newsom, the Marquess of Leighton—but when she discovered that her marriage license hadn’t been worth the paper it had been written on, her fairytale swiftly turned into a nightmare. Since then she has found a place for herself in the world working as a housekeeper, but when circumstances compel her to seek out a new post, she finds herself unwittingly accepting a position within the household of the man who destroyed her life. And, to her shock, he doesn’t seem to remember her at all.
Gabriel Newsom has spent the last seven years pretending there’s nothing wrong with him. Plagued by migraines—a remnant of the accident that stole years of his life from him—he spends the majority of his time avoiding society, lest his condition be discovered. He cannot bear the seething jealousy he holds for people who are whole and unburdened by the loss of self he has suffered. When his father confesses that within those missing years he might have been married, he is shaken anew. Somewhere out in the world is a woman whom he unwillingly abandoned, a woman he had once loved. And he doesn’t even know her name.
His new housekeeper is perhaps the only person in his life who is unflinching in the face of his temper, unwilling to leave him to wallow in his misery. Like a guardian angel she watches over him, expects better of him, and against all odds he finds himself comforted by her presence and seeking her approval. He entrusts to her his secrets, never knowing that Claire has secrets of her own…