A hapless witch. A newbie vamp. A blind date. What could possibly go wrong?
Witch Harper Clarke is pretty sure misfortune follows her around like a bad smell. Her spells end in disaster, her dating agency for
supernaturals has an embarrassing lack of clients, and her love life is a washout. So, when a vampire signs up to the agency and she
can’t find him a match, she agrees to date the vamp herself.
Charmer Damon Vertefeuille has it all: power, status, and wealth. Becoming a vampire to get his errant brother out of trouble isn’t what
he expected. Newbie vamps aren’t supposed to be dangerous, but one look at his witchy date and he has a sudden desire to sink his
fangs into her pale flesh.
Thing is, she wants his bite.
She’d dumped her cheating fiance at the altar, she could handle an arrogant werewolf, right?
Alpha werewolf, Grayson Beckett, thinks money can buy anything—including a wife. But when he joins Love Bites, a dating agency for
supernaturals, finding a mate proves harder than he thought.
To help her boss, dating agency coach, Jamie Osborne, reluctantly agrees to go on a date with Grayson. After all, she’d dumped her
cheating fiancé at the altar, she could handle an arrogant werewolf, right?
Tensions run high, but the date goes better than Jamie expected when Grayson turns out to be a doting dad with a tragic past.
But can the alpha win her trust and melt her heart?
All water-phobic Nik wants is to avoid the element which terrifies her, but when a shapeshifter merman sets his sights on obtaining
her for a lab experiment, she is caught in deeper currents than she’s ever imagined.
Nik Aronopulos lives in the coastal Florida town of Tarpon Springs surrounded by water. To avoid it, she stays away from swimming pools, never goes to the beach, and shuns restaurants with views of the bay. This coping strategy works until the Nerei (Merfolk) make
it clear they will go to any lengths to get what they want from her. She’s stunned. What could possibly be so special about her?
Bas is the Nerei tasked with compelling Nik to help his people overcome the need to rejuvenate in seawater, so they won’t dehydrate
and die. Although they appear human on land, their dependence on the ocean prevents them from living where and how they wish, and
it’s his job to obtain her cooperation. There’s just one problem – the girl he’s determined to capture is hooking his heart.
When a bullet meant for Nik strikes Bas, saving him means facing her worst fear. Her decision plunges her into a desperate journey
with the male responsible for her situation.
As their feelings for one another intensify, their forbidden relationship endangers Nik, her family, and the water dwellers whose
survival depends on them remaining a myth.
For fans of Siren, Sherilynn Kenyon, and Christine Feehan.