Dawning: A Paranormal First-Book Bundle
In SOLOMON'S SEAL, treasure hunter and single mom Livi Talbot caves, climbs, dives, battles serpent dragons, tries to outplay her famous archaeologist older brother, tangles with mercenaries, and takes on a client who isn't all he seems--while trying to make parent-teacher meetings and wrangle her six-year-old. Features: a smart and capable though entirely human Lara-Croft-meets-Gilmore-Girls heroine, found family, the slowest burn romance imaginable, and high-octane adventure. NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Lilith Saintcrow calls it, "Whip-smart, gritty, and fascinating."
In BLOODLINES, narcissistic vampire Zara Lain is making her living as a thief turned assassin when her witchy best friend hands her a contract that turns out to be a very bad idea on a very bad night that disrupts the entire supernatural world. Armed with a lot of weapons, a couple of allies she doesn't trust, and a whole lot of snark, Zara takes on this new unknown villain and uncovers a shadowy organization that will have long-reaching consequences in the coming apocalypse. Features: a lone-wolf heroine out for herself, car chases and gunfights, lots of naughty language, and did we mention the snark? Bitten by Books says, "This not-to-be-missed release rocks from word one."
In RIVER, defiant, moody, nocturnal River Wolfe sounds like a typical teenager, although she's anything but. River is a werewolf, once the alpha female of a wolf pack turned into a human and with no way to change back--or at least until she finds the mysterious human who changed her. As if being stuck in a world she hates, with a life she never asked for, and faced with a destiny she doesn’t want wasn’t bad enough, River still must find a way to survive every human’s greatest challenge: high school. Features: a werewolf who has to face her inner human rather than battle the beast within, found family, forgiveness, and a frequent desire to murder people and bury their bodies in the woods. Also reluctant vegetarianism. ParaNormal Romance Reviews says it's “...a terrific book, filled with unique and well-drawn characters, realistic dialogue, and a great deal of humor...”