Beka, Baba Yaga #2, is flying solo for the first time and unfortunately making a bit of a hash of things. She can’t afford to screw up though as something is causing the local selkies and merpeople to get dangerously ill. She enlists the help of a grumpy but hot fisherman, Marcus, and his father so she can dive for clues.
Makenna aka Mac left her life as a seedy tabloid journalist behind to become North America’s only seer for SPI (a kind of Men in Black for supernatural creatures instead of aliens). A few gruesome murders sets the team off after a Grendel who intends to reveal the existence of supernatural creatures at Times Square’s New Years Eve celebrations.
Russell has finally got Master Han within his grasp when some chick ruins his shot. If that isn’t enough, she then wants to work with him to bring Han down. Fortunately for the tiger-shifter princess of Tiger Town (try saying that fast) Jia, she’s cute and Russell whose been living by himself in a cave for years and years can’t resist her charms.
The final instalment of this series was a little bitter-sweet as it was so much fun. Ryder is a 24 year old with a pretty big secret. Whenever she gets even slightly intimate with the opposite sex – think hand holding or kissing – her dragon side comes to the fore. A fortune-teller told her that if she finds her one true blah blah blah then she’ll be free from this curse but if she fails, then she is doomed to be a dragon forever. This makes losing her virginity before her 25th birthday a wee bit problematic, especially since she […]
Feline shifter Ivy Halliwell is sick of being stuck with loser partners at work. When Landon Donovan arrives at the Department for Covert Affairs, she’s convinced that he will turn out like all the others. The two attempt to resist their attraction for each other while they track down baddies.
They say it takes a thief to catch a thief, well in this case, it takes a couple of special agent jaguar shapeshifters to catch some naughty teen shifters who might have something to do with a missing jaguar. Agents David Patterson and Tammy Anderson track the pair to Belize but things aren’t quite as simple as they initially seemed.
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Sparks has come up with some fairly zany ideas over this series but Amazonian warrior women secreted in a Shangri-la style valley would have to be one of the more unexpected ones. Zoltan Czakvar, Translyvanian vampire, has been hunting his father’s murderer since 1241 and the only clue left behind was an unique design carved into the arrow shaft. A chance discovery of an identical arrow leads him to the wilds of Tibet where he meets a very unusual woman, Neona. She quickly captures his heart when she bops him on the head.
An ADHD wolf/dog hybrid falling in love with a vicious OCD polar bear/lion hybrid hockey player is not the sort of thing you often come across and nor should you. Bo (the hockey player) is trying to protect Blayne (our wolf dog) from people who want to use her in shifter dogfights. A noble purpose indeed but one that is made incredibly difficult by Blayne’s short attention span and willingness to befriend everybody.
Sir Garath Solimere, a knight of Arthur’s Round Table, has been trapped inside a relic as punishment for having an affair. He is doomed to remain tethered to the bracelet until he meets his one true love. Over the years he has become very good at pleasuring the ladies so he is unpleasantly surprised that Millicent, a werepanthur, is only interested in handing his bracelet over to free her firebird friend, Nell.