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Having a soulmate is a big part of my life, but there’s a lot more to me than a love story.
Managing Moe’s Diner is practically my dream job, my weekend gig fighting werewolves and rogues is a close second, and things with Jeremy couldn’t be better. He’s my partner in crime—literally. Most of our relationship has been spent teleporting around the world fighting demons and vampires.
Everything was perfect. Until:
- Jeremy worked a case without me that imploded our relationship.
- Our mutual friend was murdered.
- I was accused of the crime.
Now, I have to prove my innocence to keep the supernatural world from being exposed and reconcile my bonds with the people I love.
"I couldn't stop reading until I was finished!"
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"I don't want this series to end."
◆Please note: This series is intended only for mature audiences◆
Manuscript updated 8/26/21
Life’s hard enough as a paranormal. Shifters, vampire, elementals, witches, fae… we all have our weakness, our curses, our wars to wage and battles to fight.
But being a hybrid or a halfling, things just get worse. We don’t fit in anywhere, our powers are thwarted or out of control, and everyone wants us dead.
Can we overcome these trials…or are the odds stacked too high against us? We’ll risk it all—even our lives—to find out. And hope we don’t die trying.
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Nora would do anything to protect her sister and avoid the Pit—even take a deal from the one archangel she despises.
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All she wanted was to find the guy terrorizing Midtown; instead, she found a magical underground war going on right under our noses.
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A college freshman turned rumored chosen one must save her university when an ancient demon returns and possesses one of their own.
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A vigilante hell-bent on revenge, a reincarnated angel in a fragile human body, and a mission to right the wrongs of the past. What could go wrong? Turn out, everything.
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Véa was never boastful of her crown, but she certainly missed it when she was forced to marry to save her world. Nix never wanted to be king. First born son or not, he was happy for his brother to take the throne - until Nix saw how awful of a ruler his little brother was.
When Nix and Véa met, it was because she was marrying his little brother. But as her guard, he saw the ugly reality of how he treated her. One thing led to another, and before they knew it...
Now, Véa is pregnant with Nix's child, and he knows what his brother will do to her if he learns.
To keep the woman he loves and his unborn child safe, Nix's only option is to take his brother's throne - and his wife - out from under him.
Will Véa be able to stay safe in this war of crowns until her baby's born?
Fae marry for love. Angels marry for politics.
Véa has dreamed of becoming queen of the fae since she was a girl. But once she finally takes her throne, and her world is under attack by ruthless soul eaters, she's forced to watch it burn or marry a man she hates—Lux, king of angels.
Nix is the half Elvan, half angel bastard prince of both the elvan nation and the land of the angels. When he takes his place as hand of the king beneath his brother, it becomes his duty to guard the new queen, Véa.
Will Véa assimilate into a world where women are traded like cattle, or will she steal Lux's world out from under him with his brother at her side?
If you liked Game of Thrones and From Blood and Ash, you'll love the sexy, magical world of Origins of the Gods.
Intended only for mature audiences.
◆This series can be read on its own but is a distant prequel series to the urban fantasy Eluding Destiny series. (As in, thousands of years in the past.)◆
Laila's a bubbly waitress at a small-town diner. Jeremy's a rogue supernatural hunter with a dark past.
When they meet, sparks don't just fly but catch aflame. Her sunshine merges with his dark sky, and it's as though the rest of the world disappears.
But he can't rope a human girl into his dangerous life. No matter how much he wants her, no matter how much she wants him, he can't risk her life.
Except... Maybe she isn't the defenseless little flower he thought she was.
This book is a prequel to the Eluding Destiny Series. There are nine books after this, as well as spin offs and several continuation series. This is not a standalone novel.
Intended only for mature readers.
Ever since they covered up those murders, ever since the sheriff walked into Laila's café, there has been a pit inside of her stomach. Visions of Jeremy's death are invading her dreams, overtaking her life. He's immortal though, how could he die?
She doesn't understand, but apparently, she has a new ability of prophecy.
But how is she supposed to prevent whatever's coming when the visions won't show her the full picture?
Everyone knows how these things work. If a butterfly flaps its wings, it causes a tsunami. But saving an entire life? That's a way bigger impact than the flight of a butterfly.
Melissa isn't wishful for death. But now, seeing her children as adults, leading happy lives, having children, built into beautiful people, she can't risk interfering. Of course she wants to see her babies grow up, but... In a way, she's getting that opportunity now. She sees who they'll grow into, and that's... enough, isn't it?
Jeremy does not agree, and with the time Melissa has left, he's going to do everything in his power to convince her of the same.
Will the sands in the hour glass run out before he saves his mother? Or will he convince her to let him interfere?
But what were they supposed to do? They couldn't let their friend get thrown in jail and expose their family of gods to the humans.
Now the nosy cop, whose got quite the thing for Laila, is convinced Jeremy's the one that killed that women. Jeremy may have burned her body, but he took no part in the murder. This cop has had it out for Jeremy since day one though.
Will they be able to clear his name? Or will he end up behind bars?
Can the gods themselves avert the apocalypse?
Laila and Jeremy, the goddess of eternal life and the god of death, just watched the world they created thousands of years ago get blown to pieces.
By going back in time to the year 2000, they can rewrite the story, and (hopefully) save the world.
Searching for the other lost gods, raising their children in strength, and chasing dreams of peace, Laila and Jeremy are determined to change the future, even if it takes another war with the ancient enemy that started it all.
The world's ending. But me, Jeremy, our brothers, and our sisters only have to live through it for twelve days.
Then we'll go back in time to the year 2000 to, hopefully, prevent it from happening. At the very least, to prepare for it.
But before we do, we have to see what it's going to be like. We have to fight. We have to save as many lives as we can and come to terms with the fact that we can't save them all.
Once upon a time, Jeremy and I would've known how to handle this sort of thing. After all, we were gods.
Except, we were cursed by another divine being to forget our first lives. The one where we cultivated earth.
Now, memories are floating back to us. Memories of the first life we lived. Memories of our origin on another world, before we came to earth and the humans adorned us as deities.
To understand how to lead the world through this alleged war to come, we first need to understand where we've come from. Why the god who cursed us for centuries hated us so deeply.
And how to keep our people safe from the end of life as we know it.
Micah's home. He's finally home.
After three years of chasing lead after lead, Jeremy and I finally tracked one down that brought our baby back to us. Peterson's imprisoned in our basement. Chris is back, and life is good. Or it will be, rather. Once they get to get him home legally.
Which should be easy enough.
Except, the governing entities assigned to Micah's case aren't stupid. They found the kid, but not the kidnapper. They might not be able to prove it, but they know we have Peterson.
And they won't give Micah back until their questions for Peterson are answered.