“War was coming. Years of conspiring with his brother, of hunting for his lost mother, and war was finally coming. With options and allies depleting, Nelek finds that his newest and brashest bodyguard, Trenna Croften, could be the key to everything he’s been fighting for.”
“At first glance Saldorian Feverrette looked every bit the part of heroic savior that she’d hoped for in her youth, but this Witch-Born managed to threaten everything she had worked for in the space of a few breaths. Twenty-three years of hiding, pretending to be nothing more than a seamstress and citizen of Delgora, waiting and holding her breath for her Ascension Day, and it all nearly came crashing down because of one clumsy sentence. Elsie needed no further evidence to know that she had to get rid of him.
“Devon Barlow knows his parents are different. They never dress down, they rarely talk to people outside the ship, and they have so many smugglers’ caches on board Zephyr they could hide an army. In fact, he’s pretty sure they’re pirates. When his mother brings passengers onto the ship he thinks his suspicions are confirmed, but these passengers are more than he’d anticipated. Suddenly on the run, Devon finds himself confronted by a past his parents have worked hard to protect him from; his own.
Jorry thought winning a galactic war would be enough to buy a peaceful life. She was wrong. Running from the government she fought so hard for, she carves a simple life out for herself and her family. When her family is dragged into a black market deal Jorry finds herself directly in the sights of those she’s been hiding from and must decide how far she’s willing to go to protect the people she loves.”
“Torven knows he is no normal beast. What little he can remember of his past tells him that he was a man once, not the wolf he roams as now. And he had known love once; a love that ran so deeply he can feel it even in his cursed form.
The Witch who controls him seems to delight in his torment, and under the watchful eyes of her minions Torven can find no peace. But when a poacher comes into the Blightwood Torven finds himself with a new assignment, handed down by the Witch herself.
Unable to combat the Witch’s magic, Torven goes on the hunt only to discover that this poacher is a woman. And not just any woman, but the woman from his memory. As time runs short and the Witch’s patience grows thin, Torven must find a way to communicate with the girl, to warn her of the danger, before an even more tragic fate can befall them.”
“The truth was, Megan Shepherd didn’t want to get married; at least, she didn’t want to get married to Joe Harting. Running off to help the war effort was just a convenient excuse not to stay in her hometown and listen to the gossipers whisper as she walked by. But when her ship is sunk in the Atlantic, Megan finds her talent with the German language is the only thing that can keep her alive.
Armed only with an elaborate persona and a flimsy handle of her own courage, Megan manages to win over the authorities closest to her. Under surveillance but with a modicum of freedom Megan begins to plot her escape. When she comes home to find Sam Layton, an escaped POW, hiding in her bathroom Megan discovers that there is more strength in her than she ever imagined.