House of Darken
When Emma moves to Astoria, Oregon, she is given two rules:
#1 – Don’t cross to “their” side of the street.
#2 – Don’t mess with the elites, especially Lexen Darken, top elite and resident bad boy.
While she finds this both weird and insulting, Emma has no actual intention of breaking these rules – until her guardians go missing. Now all bets are off. Only a single line separates her side of the street from the elites', and she's crossing it.
Captured and held by Lexen and his brothers, she learns the rules are in place for a very good reason. There's a secret world hidden in this small town which goes far beyond the one she knows and understands.
A world not for humans.
Dragon shifter, Emilia, has slept for hundreds of years on a bed of dragon treasure. Now she’s awake and is about to learn that the most valuable treasure is not gold or gems, but her true mate.
Betrayed by a man who claimed to love her but who was not her true mate, Emilia has slept while the centuries slipped away. The world changed but she stayed the same, until the presence of her mate, Thorn, pulled her from her ancient slumber. With Thorn’s help, she hopes to embrace her new life.
But will she ever be free when so many questions about her past remain unanswered?
Thorn Manning knows dragon shifters are real. What he doesn’t expect, is for a dragon shifter to be his mate. What’s more, a dragon shifter who is from the old world.
History is Thorn’s life. Whether reading ancient journals or finding forgotten relics, he loves bringing the past into the present for the world to enjoy. But Emilia is not something he plans to share. Ever.
She is his and he will protect her from the past, present or future.
Together Emilia and Thorn must unravel the secrets of what really happened centuries ago, so they can create a safe future for all dragon shifters.
Dragongrove: Mated to the Dragon King
She doesn't trust him.
There’s no reason he should need what he’s asking for. Besides, she has an estate full of patients to look after.
It doesn’t matter that he’s helpful, or that he’s persuasive, or that he’s the most magnificent man she’s ever seen.
He needs her.
He could just storm the house and take exactly what he wants.
Really, though, where’s the fun in that when there’s a pretty little mortal woman to seduce?
Eight years ago, a fast-moving plague descended on Dragongrove Manor. In mere days, countless were dead or dying, leaving one young girl to pick up the pieces. Since that fateful day, The Lady of Dragongrove, Ingrid, has toiled day and night to care for the sick that come to estate. Yet now there is a new man at her door…
Tall, fair and intimidating, Helias towers above the usual townsfolk, piercing Ingrid with emerald eyes that spark a flame in her stomach, even as fissures of unease crawl up her spine. He is seeking to access her vast library, intent on finding the source of a similar plague that has attacked his own hometown. His purpose seems genuine, yet there is something about him that draws her like a moth to a flame… and a dangerous air that warns her to stay far away.
The Girl In Between
Laekan Zea Kemp
Bryn Reyes is a real life sleeping beauty. Afflicted with Klein-Levin Syndrome, she suffers episodes of prolonged sleep that steal weeks, and sometimes even months, from her life. But unlike most KLS patients, she doesn’t spend each episode in a catatonic state or wake up with no recollection of the time she’s missed. Instead, Bryn spends half her life in an alternate reality made up of her memories. For Bryn, the past is a place, until one day a boy she’s never met before washes up on the illusory beach of her dreams with no memory of who he is.
But the appearance of this strange boy isn’t the only thing that’s changed. Bryn’s symptoms are worsening, her body weakening as she’s plagued by hallucinations even while awake. Her only hope of finding a cure is to undergo experimental treatment created by a German specialist. But when Dr. Banz reveals that he knows more about her strange symptoms than he originally let on, Bryn learns that the boy in her head might actually be the key to understanding what’s happening to her, and worse, that if she doesn’t find out his identity before it’s too late, they both may not survive.