Lucy Monroe, Lora Leigh, Alyssa Day, Meljean Brook
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They have the power to hold you spellbound, to captivate your senses, and to keep you forever in their control. Forever enthralled...
#1 New York Times bestselling author Lora Leigh returns to her sensual world of the Breeds... as one stubborn Breed meets her match, and can no longer deny her mate—or the fierce desires of her own heart.
New York Times bestselling author Alyssa Day introduces the League of the Black Swan... and the dangerous game one woman plays when her family's curse dooms her to kill the man she loves.
New York Times bestselling author Meljean Brook delivers a new story in her steampunk world of the Iron Seas... as a man who's lost everything returns home to find that not only is his marriage in jeopardy, but he must now fight air pirates who intend to steal his one remaining treasure—his wife.
And Lucy Monroe, national bestselling author of the Children of the Moon novels... unleashes the feral passions of a werewolf on the body, mind, and soul of his prey, his lover, his lifemate.
parents not to cause them any further worry or distress. They could not know her Chrechte nature had drawn her into the spirit world, for she knew not what. “I don’t know what you are talking about,” she reiterated stubbornly, ignoring the stain the words left behind on her soul. “You’ll figure it out,” Bryant promised before taking his leave of her parents, with more polish than the “less civilized” Balmoral should be able to accomplish. SIX Bryant watched Fionn’s hut
She probably wouldn’t have wanted to get so dressed up for a barbecue, but he’d be damned if he’d regret it. She looked like his own personal dream of the perfect woman, come to life just for him. And he was ambushing her with dinner with his family. He was an idiot. The fish was smarter than him. “Are you okay?” She was starting to look concerned, and little wonder. “I’m going to throw myself on your mercy,” he confessed. “I ran out of here so fast the other day that I didn’t get
out.” * * * Georgiana gathered her coat and reticule while Thom went to fire up the steamcoach’s furnace. She expected him to return to the house and wait for the boiler to heat, rather than staying out in the cold morning air, but as the minutes passed she realized that he wasn’t coming. She made her way out the roadside entrance of the house and to the shed, but stopped before going in. By the trickle of steam rising from the coach’s vents, she could see that the boiler wasn’t ready—and
Georgiana raised her voice over the airship’s thrum. “If you are seeking my husband, I must tell you he’s left.” “He’s abandoned someone as beautiful as you? No. He’ll soon return.” The pirate spoke in English, not the trader’s French commonly used with strangers. He had a Manhattan City accent—and though that city lay just across the river from Prince George Island, where her own family hailed from, each word he said marked his higher class and education. Why would such a man resort
months ago, Mad Machen sailed into Port Fallow’s harbor for a few weeks’ stay, and while she was there we made a trade. I’d tell her what I knew of diving in deeper waters, and she’d give me the first submersible she’d made. So we spent time together while she built a new one. But anything else?” He shook his head. “She’s a fine woman. But I haven’t had eyes for anyone but you, Georgie. And she doesn’t have eyes for anyone but Mad Machen.” “For the pirate? But I thought he abducted her.