When Argyle invites his best friend, Simon Kerrigan, home for the Christmas holidays, he wants to save Simon from staying at Guilder Boarding School on his own. Simon comes along and doesn't expect to find much more excitement in the tiny Scottish town where Argyle's family lives. Until he meets Beth, Argyle's older sister. She's beautiful, brash and clearly interested in him.
Rae Kerrigan should be ecstatic. She's found her mother and Devon has admitted he wants nothing more than to be with her. Except Jennifer, her mentor, was someone she thought she could trust and it turns out she was after Rae for the same reason as Lanford had tried her first year at Guilder. There is a new face for the enemy now. Jonathon Cromfield. Except he's not really new, is he? Rae must go charging head first into danger in order to protect the ones she loves and, like her father, no one is going to stand in her way.
"loved the series"
Fifteen-year-old Rae Kerrigan never really knew her family's history. Her mother and father died when she was young and it is only when she accepts a scholarship to the prestigious Guilder Boarding School in England that a mysterious family secret is revealed. Will the sins of the father be the sins of the daughter? As Rae struggles with new friends, a new school and a star-struck forbidden love, she must also face the ultimate challenge: receive a tattoo on her 16th birthday with specific powers that may bind her to an unspeakable darkness.
"Great story but painful delivery"
When Kallie lands a college interview with the city's new hot-shot police officer, she has no idea everything in her life is about to change. The detective is young, handsome, and seems to have an unnatural ability to stop the increasing local crime rate. Detective Liam's particular interest in Kallie sends her heart and head stumbling over each other.
"Courage Runs Scared"
When the raging feud between the Red Bloods and Blue Bloods spills into her home, Kallie is forced in the middle of it. Torn between love and family loyalty, she must find the courage to fight what she fears the most and risk everything, even if it means losing herself in the process.
Sometimes the past isn't what you expect it to be. Rouge has survived the last months of school and is starting a new chapter after graduation. She wants answers to the questions about her past and is still hiding secrets from those she loves. Her hope is to find what she needs in Niagara Falls so she can move forward in her relationship with Michael and have a chance to convince his family that she is worthy of him. The ancient Grollic - wolf - book reveals another of its secrets, again only to Rouge.
The Daughters of Darkness is a series of female heroines who may or may not know each other, but all have the same father, Vlad Montour. Victoria is a Hunter Vampire, one of the last of her kind. She's the best of the best. When she finds out one of her marks is actually her sister she let's her go, only to end up on the wrong side of the council. Forced to prove herself she hunts her next mark, a werewolf. Injured and hungry, she is forced to do what she must to survive.
"Can't wait to find out what happens next!"
The Queen of England has requested the help of the Privy Council. Someone is trying to kill her son's fiancé. The HRH Prince plans to marry a commoner, and his bride has a secret no one knows but the Privy Council. She has a tattoo. When the Privy Council turns to Rae for help, she can't possibly say no; not even when they make Devon her partner for this assignment. They are to pose as a couple and work undercover, as bodyguards, to protect the soon to be Princess of Wales.
Nothing is as it seems anymore. Leery from the horrifying incident at the end of her first year at Guilder Boarding School, Rae Kerrigan is determined to learn more about her new tattoo. Her expectations are high, an easy senior year and a happy reunion with Devon, the boy she's not supposed to date. All hopes of happiness turn into shattered dreams the moment she steps back on campus. Lies and secrets are everywhere, and a betrayal cuts Rae deeply.
"Excellent narration and fun story!"
When Tay Maslov was a girl, she lived in New York State, and her playground were the sun-drenched fields of her parent's farm. But all that changed when one day the Servitors came, looking for new recruits for their master, the Archon Jeremiah of Brooklyn.
From best-selling author W.J. May - each shade is a different genre of the fantasy, paranormal and romance - all from different series!
Now that the secret is out, Rae Kerrigan is determined to find her mother. No amount of convincing from Devon, or the Privy Council, is going to make her believe her mother is not alive. Working with Devon and Luke against the PC's wishes, Rae will stop at nothing to find her.
Seventeen-year-old Whitney Monroe is a child of untapped potential whose only outlet into the world is through her computer and the cybernetic wilderness that she has limitless access to. Better than most hackers, Whiney engages in cybervigilantism but also knows that she's more than a little drawn to uncovering secrets. Eventually she's going to get caught, but how many dark and mysterious sites can she stop before someone stops her?
Rae Kerrigan is three months away from graduating from Guilder Boarding school. She is now moonlighting as an operative for the Privy Council, a black ops division for British Intelligence. She's given a mentor, Jennifer, who fights like a demon - fast, tough, and incredibly strong-willed. Rae finds a strange maternal bond with her. At the same time, she finds a new friend when Devon disappoints her once again.
Like most teenagers, Rouge is trying to figure out who she is and what she wants to be. With little knowledge about her past, she has questions but has never tried to find the answers. Everything changes when she befriends a strangely intoxicating family. Siblings Grace and Michael, appear to have secrets which seem connected to Rouge. Her hunch is confirmed when a horrible incident occurs at an outdoor party. Rouge may be the only one who can find the answer.
"Seventh Mark Pt,1"
After finally coming face to face with her greatest foe, Bentos, Rogue has a decision to make. Joshua, the new grolics alpha came to her aid her stand off against Bentos, and has been labeled as her true mate, but her heart still belongs to Michael.
How do you choose between life, love and the future? You can't. Rob's missing. Rouge's passed out. Caleb just told her that Rob's been taken away to be put down. Oh yeah, and Rouge's pregnant. Wait, what?! Rouge's the Seventh Mark, Michael's a guardian who's already dead. How can he get her pregnant? The high and mighty Caleb is even more determined now to stop Rouge and the abomination growing in her belly.
Victoria was a Hunter Vampire, now turned hunted. When Evan has obviously been kidnapped by the Council, Tori will stop at nothing to get him back. At the same time, she's disappointed to learn Malcolm, her old hunting partner, is hot on her trail. Malcolm knows her very well, as they worked together for countless decades. He knows her every move and her every hiding spot.
"Can't wait for the next book."
The secrets of her past have been revealed, but Rouge's life is still shrouded in mystery. She has learned more and still feels like she had merely scratched the surface as more questions arise that she must find answers to. The Grollics want her dead, she's forbidden to be with the boy she loves, and her brother - who is the enemy - may be the only one she can trust. The deeper she digs into the past, the more trouble awaits. Can she find answers in the ancient journal she carries, or is she opening Pandora's box?
Everyone needs to be a hero at one point in their life. The small town of Elliot Lake will never be the same again after Zoe, a high school senior from Elliot Lake, and five of her friends take shelter in an abandoned uranium mine during a violent thunderstorm. Over the next few days, Zoe's hearing sharpens drastically - to supernatural levels. She tells her friends, only to learn that four others have an increased sense as well.