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Follow a family of badass southern shifters who make their home in the backwoods and bayous of South Louisiana. They fight, cuss, love hard and battle all odds in search of their one true Mate; but always, they stand together. Family by choice, these Dragon, Bear, Wolf and Lion shifters will steal your heart and sweep you away to accompany them on their journeys. Intended for Mature Audiences.
Whispers From the Bayou
The swamps of south Louisiana shelter all manner of creature, paranormal as well as natural wildlife. Whispers is a community of paranormal beings hidden deep within the most uninhabitable areas of the wetlands. All of its inhabitants — be they Vampires, Shifters, Gargoyles, Banshees, Ancients, Windigo, Mer-people or any other — came here for one reason; Sanctuary. The members of this community intentionally migrated here over time in an effort to escape humankind and their intolerant ways. Some species were hunted to the point of near extinction, those few who survived, now live here. They all have one rule, one unbreakable rule — no humans. No humans are allowed to know about their community. It’s the only way they can all remain safely hidden away. Intended for Mature Audiences.
Imagine waking up in hell. Face to face with aliens that no one on your planet even knows exist. It’s not possible – there is not life other than as we know it in the universe. Yet, here you are; a subspecies, relegated to service, of any type they happen to demand. Your existence – it depends on the species that owns you, and your behavior in general. It can be a hell beyond all imagining, but… it may just be the best thing that ever happened to you. It may just be your safe HAVEN. Intended for mature audiences.
There’s a new Alpha in town. He’s tried for too long to make a life in a place with more than its share of Alphas. His Panther has decided enough is enough. His Mate has renounced him as a result of a grave misunderstanding, and he’s struck out on his own, forging a new future and a new Pride that will welcome all who have struggled to find their place. He will be their Alpha — they will live by his rules. Together they will make a new life in the hills and mountains of Missouri. They’ll build a life to be proud of, a life that will welcome all their Mates, if they are lucky enough to find them. A life his own estranged Mate will hopefully be drawn to. It will be dangerous, because the shifters that have struggled to find a place are usually the most unpredictable, those that never fit anywhere else. But that’s what makes life interesting isn’t it — danger, unpredictability and love?
Intended for mature audiences.
They were once human; at least they think they were. It’s hard to be sure with no conscious memory of your past to rely on. Their dreams haunt them, they seem to indicate there was a past. But now…now they are little more than bestial. Vengeance, bitterness and anger are what drive them now. The most violent of them are on a mission to rain hell down upon the heads of those who made them this way; others want only peace and quiet, maybe a little love, after years of cold, calculating combat. Funny how just a tweak of ones DNA can make such different creatures, just one little variance in that little chain of creation. So different, yet they are all, VARIANT. Intended for mature audiences.
Standalone novel in conjunction with Ms. Jeanette Lynn and Mr. C.A. Storm.
For years there's been a rumor of huge, human-sized bats that nest in the hills of Calabasas, New Mexico. Ruby’s on a mission to find out if they exist. If she’s right, and she can find them, she’ll be famous, able to pick her new assignment anywhere in the world.
Jaime, on the other hand, is desperate to protect the infuriating, red-headed, spitfire from both herself, and the bats she’s convinced exist. If they find her, and recognize her for what truly she is — she may never be seen again. And losing her is something Jaime’s found to his dismay, he just can’t live with.
Intended for mature audiences.