Alice is tired of being Ms. Boring; the stigma is affecting her personal life as well as her career, so she takes the proverbial bull by the horns and asks Colt Colburn to help her get through her audacious bucket list. Colt isn’t the playboy everyone assumes him to be; actually, he’d love a relationship – if and when he finds a woman who can accept his hectic schedule. He has every intention to ask Alice for a date – as soon as business needs permit, of course. She isn’t a good option; as a friend of the family, she shouldn’t even be on his radar, but he’s prepared to give it a try… But then she shocks the hell out of him by asking him to become her sex toy for the sake of an article she needs to write. Everything should be ideal, as long as neither of them wants more…
“Eliza had been long murdered and buried by Beth” Yet, don’t let it fool you: this is her story. Eliza was it, the girl everyone wished they could hate, with an inherent kindness as well as the perfect hair, the designer clothes, but the long lashes were always hiding secrets. Now she’s Beth, The Bitch. Liam used to live a simple, uneventful life because to every issue ever encountered, he’d identified, isolated and sold a solution. Every issue, save for the target on his back, the memories of the past and his incomprehensible attraction to Beth. What they say about it: “On the whole, it’s a really enjoyable book with lots of different elements that feed together well. A great and easy to read book. ” “This novel is an easy read and sends a powerful message about loving, learning and coping with struggles. ” Please note that this book contain strong language and sexual situations. Wouldn't be half as much fun without it.
The world belongs to vampires now, and twenty-one-year-old small town girl Fay Turner thought it meant that every human like her was destined to be a slave or a servant.
Then, William, an ancient vampire, came and set her free.
Enrolled in the prestigious New York Academy, alongside humans and vampires alike, she learns that she wasn't one amongst many; she was a victim. Never again. Her goal: becoming kick-ass. Then, maybe she'd somehow manage to tell the man who saved her everything she needs to say.
Developing an infatuation while solving a crime linked to an influential patriarch - and earning plenty of enemies in the process - is probably not a great idea; it doesn't stop William. He just can't help himself, wherever he goes, Fay is foremost in his mind, consuming him until he knows he has to have her.
Kai, heir of the dilapidated clan who's established residence in the most dangerous mountain on Gaia to avoid persecution, has enough problem on his plate. For starters? Finding enough food. Lack of running water. Keeping the kids alive - and out of the slave trade. The torrential snow. But when he sees that innocent, defenseless girl who persists in staying in the cold wastelands all by herself, he can't close his eyes, she becomes his to care for. Eira has spent the last seven hundred years asleep. Before that, she'd had a two century long nap. While she's occasionally awoken over the course of the last two millenniums, nothing has kept her interested long enough to stop her from going back to her long slumbers. This time should have been no different; Eira returns to her lands, intending to go back to sleep, but damn Kai doesn't get the meaning of "leave me the hell alone." She's the last full fledged goddess residing in Gaia and that mortal wishes to save her. Men are stupid. - Each fairy tale is a standalone but here is the reading order: Cinderella A little Siren Beauty and the Beast - March The Snow Queen - March White as Snow - May
The rules are simple: humans from Enom are allowed to cross the forest, Jereena are killed on sight. Double standard, but as Jereenan had taken their land, not many Wilderlings have questioned it. Lana, an enforcer sworn to obey the Alpha, doesn't like it, but never has she considered saying or doing anything about it until now. Then things become complicated when the Prince of Ennom comes through with a fleet of Jereenan soldiers. No one ever goes against the order of the alpha - it shouldn't even be possible... Jereenan officials had complained about the southern woods for so long, Chase Hunter finally consent to investigate. He's been there a thousand times before, and never has he encountered a wolf, so he doesn't expect any problem. Turns out, they were right. There are wolves. And they definitely want to kill them... Until they don't. The Wilderling in her red ridding hood stops them all with one word, controlling them. However, some of them don't seem really happy about that...