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Deana Thomason has had enough of heartbreak, and moving away from the city and into her grandmother’s town seems like the perfect way to recuperate. The people are friendly, sometimes nosy, and everything has its charm…except maybe the cops.
Okay, one cop.
Evan Malone is the kind of confident man who gets on her nerves and her walls at the same time. He’s charming. He’s watchful.
But as it turns out, there are more dangerous things than a cop here, and Deana is in for a rude awakening as she finds Evan’s protection drawing her closer to the town’s secrets. In the end, she’s left with two choices: run far away, or run into the arms of a man who stirs her soul—and who has more secrets than she could ever possibly imagine…
As the peacekeeper of the vampires in a town where they aren’t exactly adored, Angel Hayley is used to obstacles every single day—and it’s not made easier when three strange vampires come in and wreak havoc.
Now she has to work with a cop: Garrett Limewell, who’s about as righteous as anyone can get and is out to prove that she doesn’t belong here. Well, two can play that game. In a battle of wits and survival, they come together: in heated words, burning touches and everything in between.
And Angel must resist it every step of the way, because there’s an enemy hunting her—and it might be him…
Being the witch doctor of a town filled with supernatural beings isn’t exactly easy, but it’s a job Hazel Woodson is used to. They trust her, and she trusts them. She also lends a certain protection, one that keeps the town somewhat safe.
Except that protection is broken when a stranger comes into her house, bloodied and asking for help.
His name is Adam Ushmeg, and he’s the most fascinating man she’s ever met. He’s ancient, and he’s powerful—and he has enemies, creatures that will stop at nothing to get to him.
Now Hazel has to decide: keep Adam here and work with him, and try not to get too distracted by the heat burning between them.
Or she could drive him away and keep the town—and herself—safe for good…
Life as an outcast isn’t as bad as everyone claims it to be, especially for a powerful witch like Irene Stanford. Sure, it gets lonely. But she gets more free time to experiment with her magic, and she’s often out of trouble.
Which is why it comes as a rude surprise when Nikolai Bastet marches into her life and demands for assistance. He’s the town’s hotshot Sheriff, and she’s always disliked their kind. But the man leaves her with no choice, and soon Irene finds herself involved in a tangle of fights, power struggles and a darkness that’s far more dangerous than she’s ever faced.
But there’s one thing more dangerous: Nikolai himself, and how she’s drawn to him when she can’t be—not when it can mean his instant death…