Horse wrangler and off-duty firefighter Treven Arnett is the person closest to Delta Pennington’s racecar when it bursts into flames and spins onto the infield. Without a thought for his own safety, Treven reaches in and releases her, pulling her out to safety before her stock car is consumed by fire. Delta looks up into the face of the cowboy who risked his life to save her, but as his eyes cloud over, she notices his severe injuries. She insists on staying and working his small horse ranch until he’s recovered, but the sexy cowboy makes it impossible for her to keep away from his hot loving. Serious daydreams of relocating to this quiet part of Texas surprise Delta as she and Treven grow more attached to each other. When Treven learns that Delta has ulterior motives for her visit to his town, his anger explodes and he kicks her out. But someone else is angry with Delta: incensed enough to have tampered with her racecar. Does Treven care enough for Delta to overlook her deceit and step back into her life to help find the culprit?
Dax Marshall is shocked when country music singer Marilou Roselle invites him to perform with her at Mardi Gras. Somewhere between South Dakota and Louisiana, their attraction grows hotter than a Bourbon Street bar on Mardi Gras Day and they submit to their desire. When he learns he’s not Marilou’s first “project,” can she convince Dax it’s different with him, and what she feels for him is real?
At a comic book convention, artist Megan Shore is thrilled to meet action movie hunk Garret McGatlin. Usually reclusive, Megan flirts with the leading man of her sexual fantasies. He invites her to his suite for a drink, but when she arrives, his rancher brother Trey opens the door and unleashes Megan's cowboy fantasy. Both men pour on the charm, and she can't decide which of them she desires more. The McGatlin brothers have shared women, but none of them were like Megan, irresistible and perfect for both of them. Working together, they execute a potent seduction. During a hot, amazing week, the three-way relationship becomes emotionally charged. When they're thrown into the media spotlight, Megan fears the exposure will trigger a past threat. Garrett and Trey need to prove they can keep Megan safe as well as happy and satisfied in their arms.
Hunter Foster single-handedly ousted the shifter community after shifting in front of humans to protect a Vampire Council Warrior. With no regrets, he heads home to answer for his crime of breaking an outdated law. Back in his town, he is faced with rogue packs challenging their alpha, his brother, as well as the woman he has spent years avoiding. Finally, he has to come to terms with what his wolf has been telling him and what he as a man has been fighting against.
Sam and Noel's whirlwind Christmas romance shot through Valentine's Day and is exploding on the Fourth of July! "You should get married on the 4th," they said. "It will be so romantic," they said. Did you know that during a pyrotechnic display, a single firework travels 481 feet per second and can take out a small village? Did you know it can also singe the ball hair off of any man standing within a mile radius of said-pyrotechnic display (and singed ball hair smells a lot like a sh*t-filled baby diaper that's been lit on fire), and it can make a vintage wedding dress go up in flames like a barn full of dry hay? Yeah, me either...
Ravage is the fierce Alpha of his people, the Lycans. During the mating celebration, while their guards are down, his people are attacked and twelve are captured for the gladiator games of Kappuah, including Aleirah, the woman Ravage wants above all others. He tries to resist, but he’s unwilling to see his men and his female harmed by the ruthless tyrants of the game. He must make the ultimate sacrifice of taking lives if he’s to protect his people. But there is one secret no one knows, and Ravage is more than willing to show how some myths are based in truth, by letting his inner wolf come out to destroy all those who enslaved them.
Bruised and bloodied on Boston's mean streets, Chris O'Brien is reeling from the loss of his childhood best friend. But after barely escaping a hit placed on his head, Chris is desperate to live. A chance encounter leads him to the perfect safe haven - the home of a girl from his childhood, Molly Lachlan. Before he has fully considered what it would mean to involve her in his mess, he lets her take him home. For Molly, letting Chris into her house means also letting him into her life. Danger and desperation are coming off of him like steam, and yet she can't bring herself to turn him away. His bad-boy charm always had a hold on her, but now there's a soulfulness and sorrow in him that she's never seen before. And despite the heart-stopping risk of helping him, she hopes against all reason that he'll stay....
"Damn it. I want to save him from himself so bad it hurts." Sydney Charell confuses the f*ck out of me. She's a stripper, she likes eighties music, and she's the sister of Indecency's douche bag guitarist. But I really f*cking like her. Love her. Maybe. She shouldn't be wrapped up in our bullsh*t, our drama. If I could, I'd send her away, protect her from all of this, but I can't. She's a target now, just like me. If we're going to get through this alive, we're going to have to do it together. Dead bodies, reality TV shows, and … a new tour. Bring it on. Dax McCann is a dark drumming god. Thing is, I don't date musicians. I don't really date at all. But we've got chemistry for days. And I want to fall in love. Maybe. He thinks too much, and he feels too hard, but he's got body and heart both, baby. If I could, I'd walk away from all of this, focus on my career as a model and forget all about the man with the gray eyes and the penetrating stare. But I'm already screwed, blued, and tattooed. Might as well embrace those lemons and make some damn lemonade. Or little drummer-rocker babies. That works, too.
Aces MC 4.5--- Jayden couldn't wait to get away from the Ace's after seeing the turbulent lives his mother and father led because of club life. Chasing a different path like his sister Chloe, Jayden enlisted in the army living out his childhood dream but Jayden's fate takes a different path to the one he'd imagined, and he has to return home after only four years away. Jayden has learned about brotherhood from being in the army and so desperately wants to feel that sense of belonging again. He struggles to fit in at first but strikes an unlikely friendship with CJ, another damaged soul at the crossroads in his life. Together they're a force to be reckoned with, and use the skills learned in the army to help expand the 'Jones Security' team, a family run business by CJ's four siblings. Their friendship is tested when the real reason for Jayden's departure from the army is revealed, but he continues to desperately hide the truth from the club and his family, through fear of them treating him differently. When Jayden is at his lowest point, Sam is there to save him and Jayden finally becomes comfortable in his own skin and starts to accept the hand that he's been given in life. Sam soon needs a favour in return but is Jayden able to help or will he need the backup from the very people that he's been desperately trying to distance himself from? Note to readers: This is not your normal MC series. The Aces are an MC with alpha males but the members do not shy away from the fact that they are husbands, fathers and lovers with feelings. If you don’t like a biker who cares and respects his woman, then this isn't a book for you.
In a world of infinite risk, the stakes have never been so high. Beyond the pull of life and death lies the Immortal game. Edie Kramer has leaped back to put things right and save the boy she loves. Alone in the wrong timestream, she must reinvent herself and square off against dangerous Immortals determined to win this mortal match once and for all. But righting past wrongs carries fresh dangers. As she navigates a new school and tries to put Kian on a different path, she also battles those will stop at nothing to keep her from derailing their deadly schemes. With few allies and her first love treating her like a stranger, Edie faces the most dangerous enemy of all—time itself. Yet she's come a long way from that dark night on the bridge, and when her back's to the wall, she'll go down fighting... The conclusion of New York Times-bestselling author Ann Aguirre's Immortal Game trilogy is thrilling and unforgettable.