Envy's life was great. Great brother, great boyfriend, and the best job a girl could ask for... tending bar at the most popular clubs in the city. At least it was great until she got a call from one of her best friends about her boyfriend doing the vertical limbo on the dance floor at Moon Dance. Her decision to confront him begins a chain of events that will introduce her to a dangerous paranormal world hidden beneath the everyday humdrum.
"Droning narrator & bad audio, distracts from story"
Making a deal with a demon is binding, even if you don't know the person is a demon. Using that to his advantage, Zachary broke the sacred rule and deliberately offered Tiara a deal. He would become her only lover until she found a true mate...which he intended on her never finding. Sealing the deal, his dark side emerges when Tiara runs from him thinking she is now on PIT's hit list because of her tainted blood. Zachary fights fire with fire when he catches her hiding in the arms of the enemy.
Quinn Wilder has watched her with the hungry eyes of a cougar since the day she was born. When she became a teenager, the temptation to claim her as his mate quickly became a rift between him and her overprotective brothers. When their fathers killed eachother in battle, the ties between the two families were severed and she was taken safely out of his reach.
"Great sequel to "Moon Dance!""
Everyone says there are two paths in life, but for Jewel Scott it looked like both of them were very dangerous things. One led toward Anthony, a murdering psychopathic Werewolf who was also the head of the city mob and her fiancé...against her will. The other road led toward Steven, a Werecougar whom she had knocked out with a baseball bat on their first meeting. He retaliated by kidnapping her and making her his mate.
Alicia Wilder is tired of being shielded from the world by her over protective brothers. Trying to prove she can handle the vampire war gets her mauled, bit, kissed, shot at, and oddly enough, living with three very sexy vampires, one of which started the vampire war in the first place. When she finds herself going into shifter heat, Alicia realizes her safety net may be her undoing. Damon moved in with his brothers for one reason: the girl that had staked him and left him for dead was living there under vampire protection.
"One Of The Best Yet!!!!"
Just as the vampire war escalates into a full-blown demon war, Zachary finds himself responsible for a beautiful necromancer who is connected to a dark moment in his past. He had watched her mother step across the thin line and straight into the arms of a demon. It was his job to make sure Tiara didn't choose the same lustful path...unless it was with him. Now, with the demons closing in, the last thing he expected was for Tiara to be kin to them. As tempers soar and secrets are kept, jealousy becomes a dangerous game. Someone should have warned her that when you play with fire you are bound to be burned.
"The best cliffhanger of the series yet!"
With the blood spell broken, Kane clawed his way out of the ground and searched for the soul mate that had freed him only to find that she'd vanished. With nothing left to lose and revenge on his mind, he started a war. The last thing he expected was to find his elusive in the path of destruction he'd caused. Quickly becoming obsessed, he watches her when she isn't looking, listens when he's not been invited, and stalks her every move... and the demon that haunts him knows she is his weakness.
"Another great addition to my audiobook collection!"
Within the heart of the Demon War nothing can be taken for granted as it sends the destinies of those involved into a most dangerous and seductive form of chaos. One man finds out that strangers can collide in the dark for a moment of blinding passion, only to be separated by the cold hand of fate without even a name to help in his hunt for her. Another man will find that when the Shadow of Death becomes a stalker, the most seductive of enemies can quickly become his strongest ally...even if it's against his will.
"Good read - a little predictable though"