Introducing Stolen Legacy, a Why Choose Paranormal Romance series!
The posse may be reunited, but the fae’s game of challenges is nowhere near over with three of their legacies yet to be won. Our hunt for Caden’s seeds might not have gone to plan, but at least the Supernova of Hotness has Emrys back with the pack. Well, mostly.
As much as I want to rejoice over the demi-god’s return, we’re not in a position to let down our guard. Trapped in this hedge maze together, every twist and turn brings risks with no clear method to solve the puzzle in sight.
After turning down Taneisha’s offer to go home and threatening to rally my mage family against her, I fear I’ve only made her angry. I lose ground in every negotiation with the fae. Sooner or later, I fear she’ll refuse my requests and I’ll lose what little sway I have over the mercurial fae.
I’m convinced if we stick together, we can handle whatever the maze throws at us. I can’t let Taneisha, or her haunting maze, hurt my posse. Not if I can help it. Wait… My posse? Oh boy, are my feels getting complicated.
We don’t get far before we hear the noises. The low rumbles. The bellowing roars. The stomping hooves. One thing is clear. We aren’t alone in this maze. A maze I’m increasingly convinced is very much magical, alive, or both.
Between navigating the dangers of the maze and helping Liam find his legacy, I’ve got to find a way to help Emrys regain his brittle sanity. Easy, right?
This is book three of six in the Stolen Legacy series. This is an action adventure why choose steamy romance where the female main character has more than one love interest. Includes m/m in some books.Learn more...
Our flighty fae captor, Taneisha, lost Caden’s legacy to a thief in the night. Now, instead of the challenge she had planned for us, we have to climb a mountain and go up against an immortal demonic bird-man with a chip on his shoulder.
That’s assuming we don’t run across trouble along the way. Really, what could go wrong on a leisurely stroll up the side of a mountain in the Netherworld? Based on my track record over the last two days and my history of botching most magic I attempt, I’m not feeling all that lucky.
Reeling from the temporary loss of Emrys, the fragile bonds between all of us are shaken. Caden keeps butting heads with the panther shifter, Marcos, and it’s all Liam, Franc, and I can do to keep the peace.
An ongoing distraction from the quest are the marks on my shoulders, marks the posse keeps telling me are mating marks. Specifically, their mating marks. But I assume the marks are just another fae trick. But what if it’s not a trick? Mages like me don’t mate by fate. Sure, we enjoyed one hell of a steamy liaison during the first quest. Does whatever happens in faery, stay in faery?
Since that night, the friction between us has seemed to have only ratcheted up higher. Now I’m finding it difficult to keep things light as the guys jockey for my attention. At least my magic is behaving better, although I worry what’s changed.
Despite facing cliffs, rivers, and dangerous creatures on our journey into hell, what worries me the most is knowing Emrys’ life is on the line. This isn’t just a game. If we don’t follow the rules or fail to complete our quest, the demi-god dies, and that’s a fate none of us are willing to bear.
This is book two of six in the Stolen Legacy series. This is an action adventure why choose steamy romance where the female main character has more than one love interest. Includes m/m.Learn more...
I’ve been sucked through a portal into faery along with five of the sexiest supernatural men. Now we have to work together to solve a series of puzzles before time runs out.
I’m a failed mage who’s been hiding out from the supernatural community for years when a hot demi-god from my academy days shows up on my doorstep. Emrys is calling in a favor so I can’t refuse, but one look at him, and I kinda don’t want to anyway.
I love my mundane life but I’ve sorely missed my magical community. Plus, keeping my broken magic secret means my dating options are nonexistent. What could it hurt to spend a few hours dipping my foot back into the supernatural pool for future fantasy material?
When my negotiation with the grudge-holding fae, Taneisha, goes south, what I’d thought would take a couple of hours suddenly turns into a multi-day quest. If we fail, the men’s heirloom legacies will be destroyed. I have no idea what she’ll do to me if we fail, but maybe these new marks on my shoulders are connected?
Hell’s bells! The first legacy on the line belongs to the panther shifter, Marcos. We’re on the clock and my magic is bursting under the stress, which never works out well.
How am I supposed to keep my broken magic hidden from these men, especially when they’re so protective and attentive, never taking their eyes off of me? At any moment I could slip up and show my magic for what it is: erratic and unstable. But I must keep my power in check or I’ll risk the wrath of my family when the secret is revealed.
The only option I have is to outsmart a fae at her own game. Here’s hoping those years strategizing as a dungeon master pay off.
This is book one of six in the Stolen Legacy series. This is an action adventure why choose steamy romance where the female main character has more than one love interest. Includes m/m.Learn more...
They say you can never go home again, especially when an all-powerful psycho is lying in wait to steal your magic.
I’m not the same Becka Rowan who left the city. I’m back with new powers, a new job, new roommates, and a list of dead fae that’s getting longer by the hour.
That last part sucks. Especially knowing that the fae the killers really want is me.
Still, I’m excited about my future, especially now that I have Quinn by my side as my live-in bodyguard? Boyfriend? Partner in solving crimes? All the above? My willpower is damn near ready to crack with the smolderingly hot Enforcer. By the way his burnished gold eyes look at me when he thinks I’m not paying attention, he knows it.
The Shadow Dwellers have proven they’ll do whatever it takes to reach their goals… by killing my cousin. I don’t know what’s worse: knowing all of my loved ones are in danger, or the guilt that I could protect them if I just give in to a psycho’s demands for my blood.
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