The Hunter’s Bride
Maxim, tall, whimsical, and a vampire, wants to hire a curator for his art collection. Robyn, a newly minted art historian looking for a job, loves fine art and old stuff, and Maxim soon realizes she is not just perfect for the job, but also for him.
Robyn never liked prejudices against vampires, werewolves, or Fae, but the moment she starts working for a vampire, things appear less black and white, especially when she begins to fall for her new boss.
Robyn and Maxim’s young love will have to overcome odds and odd vampires who take issue with the fact that Maxim happens to be a vampire hunter who doesn’t shy away from decapitating his own kind.
Free short story, The Book Lover, set after the events in The Hunter’s Bride.
The Hunting Party
Maxim would love nothing more than to marry the woman he loves, in peace and without distractions, but a series of uncanny murders in the hunter’s city demands his attention.
Meanwhile, Heath is excited to plan Maxim’s and Robyn’s wedding. While he does that, he will have to learn to make time for his own budding relationship with Brian.
When Robyn’s bachelorette party ends in more murder, no one is happy. Yet all are willing to combine their efforts to end the bloodshed for good, so the wedding can be had, along with a happily-ever-after.
The Hunting Mates
In New Amsterdam, supernaturals and humans live side by side. That doesn’t mean there are no borders or boundaries within supernatural society. Orrin works to save the living as an NA police detective, and Gordon labors to do right by the dead as a medical examiner. Fear and insecurity foiled their first attempt at a potential relationship. Now, they find themselves pulled to one another once more by a string of gruesome murders.
Prejudice and social conventions don’t make life easy for them, and their own insecurities don’t help. Will they dare to allow love between them while they work side by side to stop a violent murderer?
WARNING: This book contains mentions of violence/assault against minors and animal cruelty though neither are graphically portrayed.
Can be read as a standalone. Orrin’s and Gordon’s story continues in The Detective’s Mate.
The Hunter’s Mummy
Ravelle is looking forward to being back in France. All she wants is to have wine with her daughter-in-law, catch up with an old vampire acquaintance, and get closer to Yanis, who is a breath of fresh air to Ravelle. She is not looking forward to working, and a seasoned vampire hunter like Ravelle should be granted a simple, quiet vacation.
Yet the hunter soon smells murder on the air, and where there’s murder, there is a corpse, and where there’s a tenderly wrapped corpse, there tends to be a crime, in Ravelle’s experience. So rather than pursuing wine, Ravelle will have to solve all the mummy’s mysteries.
Yanis keeps vampiric company, and he is happy to do so, because more often than not, it beats human company. But even so, he doesn’t know where his life is going. When he meets Ravelle, he sees a new direction for himself, even if it means dealing with murder, attempted murder, and all the wickedness in between.
The Detective’s Mate
Orrin and Gordon come from different worlds: Orrin is a werewolf with New Amsterdam Police, and Gordon is a vampire who likes the quiet of his morgue. Yet, they decided to be with one another even though Orrin’s vampire was at first afraid to commit.
Now, new complications come barreling at the two when Orrin realizes he will have to step up to become a parent to an orphan shifter while New Amsterdam has become the haunt of a serial killer who targets mixed supernatural and human couples.
Gordon was slow to realize he loves his werewolf mate, but it takes him even longer to figure out that he still has his own demons to deal with, a past hurt that left a scar on his soul. Gordon’s werewolf detective might just be what Gordon needs to heal the scars from his past. The only question is whether geeky Gordon is enough for serious and seriously handsome Orrin.
Together with New Amsterdam’s bardic vampire hunter, Orrin and Gordon are on the case to the city from sinking into fear and panic as more murders challenge the peace. Through turmoil and death, Orrin and Gordon must find a way forward.
Can be read as a standalone or as the sequel to The Hunting Mates.
The Curator’s Vampire (Dusk & Dawn 6)
After returning from France, Robyn wants nothing more than snuggle in the arms of her vampire lover and husband, Maxim. When Maxim, New Amsterdam’s vampire hunter, is called to work, Robyn finds that a mummy has been added to the art collection she manages. While Maxim follows his case, Robyn decides to dive headfirst into yet another mummy mystery.
Maxim has been working on a case that might involve a dark conspiracy, but more than anything, the case forces him to confront the scars from the past that he has hidden from all the world for so long. Yet, he can no longer hide how damaged he is from the woman he loves more than anything. He might have hidden the truth from her for too long already, and Maxim fears that Robyn will find him unworthy of her love and desire.
In the aftermath of Maxim’s tumultuous case and the emotions it’s forced him to confront, the mummy turns out to be more murderous than anyone expected. It’s not a mummy’s curse that’s been triggered, but only the beginnings of a conspiracy that Maxim has feared he and those he loves might not easily be rid of. Follow the heroes of this urban paranormal vampire romance as they confront darkness, sometimes with laughter, sometimes with tears, and watch as they fight to overcome it.