The hunter becomes the hunted in a New Orleans devastated by a Paranormal war when Liam is framed for murder.
The Great Library of Alexandria has been hoarding all the knowledge of the world, and they’re pursuing Jess Brightwell and his fellow exiles who are held prisoner by the Burners.
Once known as Sorrow, Holly Chang prowls the city’s underbelly for the angels, unknown power coursing through her veins, making her wanted and unwanted by friend and foe alike.
Wild fires are raging and a herd of alpacas need rescuing with Kelly Flynn and the House of Lambspun knitters and friends to their aid, but for an unexpected murder victim…
Lion Breed Rule Breaker had just a few rules he didn’t break. Not for anyone, especially not when Jonas Wyatt involves him in a mission with a female.
That unexpected kiss from his sexy assailant has Walker Lund in hot pursuit. He’s never been interested in following in anyone’s footsteps. Nor has the artistic Trinity.
Her Majesty is quite pleased that Georgie is going to Italy to aid her friend and asks Georgie to find out if Prince Edward and that Wallis person are getting married.
Lijuan’s lands are falling into bloody chaos, and the Luminata has called the Cadre to a meeting. But secrets echo within their, and the deeper Elena goes, the uglier the darkness.
Blaze McGuire knows who killed her father, and she will have no mercy. Until a phone call from a seductive stranger pleads with her to wait. Vengeance will be theirs.
First in the Psy-Changeling Trinity follow-on series from Singh’s Psy-Changeling universe and revolving around three races: the Psy, the shifters, and humans. The couple focus is on Silver Mercant and Valentin Nikolaev. If you’re interested, there is a chronological listing of the Psy-Changeling books on my website. My Take Yep, it is an insightful series name, for it’s a new age for Psy, humans, and shifters, a tri-way struggle to achieve equality, trust, and peace for all. The theme is love whether it be Silver coming to understand and love, Valya’s tremendous capacity for love for Silver, his family, his pack…all of ’em, Ena’s love for her granddaughter, Arwen’s, Valya’s family…and more. But a counter theme is greed. Yes, there’s hate in there as well, but the prime mover is greed with the Consortium willing to disrupt, murder, and destroy to improve their bottom line. It’s an interesting contrast: the sleek and sophisticated Silver versus the brash bear. With Singh using third-person subjective point-of-view, we get to hear the thoughts of a number of characters…and I do see this POV as much warmer. What I don’t buy is this insta-romance. Oh, no, Silver does fight it, but she falls in […]