The Full Moon Chronicles: 1847
Laurent Boudreaux, London’s Darling and most eligible bachelor in Town, should be down in the ballroom entertaining all the guests that have come to Greyside Manor to gain his favor and, perhaps, his affection. Instead, he’s hidden himself in the library to sulk the night away. Very impetuous behavior for a proper gentleman. Even worse for a vampire charged with the simple task of attracting dinner for his coven.
Due to his immense fortune, obvious good looks, and charming personality, Laurent’s gained quite a coterie of admirers, and with his popularity growing more and more every day, the meals are never in short supply. Unfortunately, his new duty for the coven has caused some of his favorite pastimes — flirting, bedding lovers, irritating people, to name a few — lose their excitement. Laurent is bored. And boredom always leads to trouble.
Tonight Laurent’s solitude and pouting is interrupted by a young man who stumbles into the library, disheveled and exhausted and definitely not supposed to be there. And he happens to be everything Laurent’s ever fancied.
Seth Faolian has had a rough night, and ending up in the Marquis de Castelnau’s library isn’t the way he expected to end it. All he wanted was a place to hide while he recovered from tonight’s full moon. Being a cursed werewolf is hard enough. Finding himself face-to-face with a vampire is even worse. But Laurent Boudreaux isn’t like other noblemen. He isn’t even like other vampires, and Seth finds himself strangely intrigued by his unexpected host.
Although typically enemies, the spark that ignites between this vampire and werewolf sends them both on a journey that spans across more than a century.
Let Me Count the Flowers
Ever since earning his accounting degree, Cody McIntyre has bounced from temp job to temp job. For almost a year now, he’s been the receptionist at Coffee Brew Distributions, and his contract with them expires in exactly twelve days. Hoping to stay with the company, Cody has interviewed for a permanent position that’s recently become available. If he gets it, not only will it save him the aggravation of having to find a new job, but he’ll get to keep working with his awesome coworkers, especially fun, easy-going, and attractive Shane Wilson.
But when someone starts leaving flowers with special meanings on his desk every morning, Cody doesn’t know what to think, and can’t even begin to speculate who they’re from. Considering how hard he’s been crushing on Shane, he can only hope he gets good news sometime in the next twelve days, bright and beautiful as all the lovely flowers.
Will Cody find out who his secret admirer is? Or will he have to leave the company without solving the mystery?
- Office Romance
- Friends to lovers
- Flower Power
Trust With Glittering Eyes (Glittering Eyes Book 2)
Life has been going well for Travis Grayweaver recently. The Grand Council of High Magick hasn’t summoned him for anything. For a witch without a Guild, he’s still getting plenty of work. And best of all, he’s spent the last six months falling more and more in love with his best friend Niko, a rambunctious and playful cat familiar, who happens to love him back.
Tonight, they’ll be celebrating the Yule with lots of candlelight and a feast for two and a festival in town as they honor the start of winter and wait for the sun’s return. Only Niko’s been acting a bit off lately, obviously keeping something from Travis.
Travis is trying to be patient with him, but this thing from Niko’s past might be more than he can handle. Old demons and long-kept secrets will be revealed, and hopefully, the love they have for one another can endure these revelations during the longest night of the year.
- Established relationship
- Secrets revealed
Bring Your Sub to Work Day
After being in both a romantic and D/s relationship for more than three years, Royce Cunningham and Jack Parker have decided to take the next step and move in together. What neither of them could have ever predicted was a global pandemic complete with a quarantine and social distancing to happen around the same time.
Now, they’re trying to navigate through these trying times while also dealing with the normal stresses of learning to live together. In doing so, they’ve unintentionally let a few cracks run through part of the foundation of their relationship.
It’ll be up to the both of them to recognize what they need, and maybe a special quarantine-edition playdate or two, to patch up those cracks and remind themselves that even in a world of new normals, they can still be the same to each other as they’ve always been.
- Established relationship
- Genderfluid character
- Pandemic love
One Night in London: Dalton and Edward
No one’s ever expected much from Dalton Irving, the reserved, sheltered, and bookish heir to the family fortune. So in order to secure their place in London’s society, the Irvings have arranged for Dalton to marry the brother of a viscount. A man who comes from a family with a title and with quite the scandalous reputation. A man Dalton doesn’t know. A man who’s very publicly announced that he doesn’t want to get married, least of all to Dalton, right in the middle of their engagement ball.
In an attempt to flee whispered words and sudden gossip and unexpected hurt from venomous words, Dalton finds comfort from the very last person he would have expected — the wry, reclusive, and unsocial Edward Whitman, Duke of Wellingham.
Edward Whitman doesn’t like most people on his best days. They’re dull and predictable and care only about money and status. Tonight, however, is the engagement ball for his best friend’s brother, so he’ll make an appearance to assure the night’s success even if the idea of anyone marrying young Dalton Irving puts a strange ache in the pit of his stomach.
But after Dalton’s intended makes a mess of the ball, Edward suddenly finds himself alone with the young man, drawn to his wide-eyed curiosity and kindhearted generosity, his rambling and odd musings. Neither of them can imagine what this evening has in store for anyone, and all it takes is one night in London to change everything.
- Regency Romance
- Overnight love
- Mismatched lovers
Watch With Glittering Eyes
Travis Grayweaver is a witch with two significant problems.
First, he has a tendency to run toward trouble instead of away from it without the insurance of a Guild to back him. As a freelancing witch taking odd jobs wherever he can, this has landed him in some trouble with the Grand Council of High Magick.
Second, he’s madly in love with his best friend, Niko, and is much too afraid to confess his feelings to him.
Niko, born between the corporeal and ethereal worlds, is a familiar–can one minute, human the next–with a rare, pure source of magick sought after by people all over the world. When contracted, familiars will do whatever they have to in order to protect their human. Although Travis has no contract with Niko, they share an unshakeable bond built on friendship, loyalty, and trust.
But their bond is put to the ultimate test when something dark and sinister threatens their community and their lives. If they don’t stop it in time, Travis might lost Niko–and the chance to ever tell him how he really feels–forever.
- Best friends-to-lovers
- Love confessions