When he’s on the road during a terrible thunderstorm, gryphon shifter Quint Casteel comes across something completely unexpected. He’s never seen a gryphon like the one illuminated by lightning and soaked by the rain, and when he tries to help the shifter, he ends up with a very bedraggled and beautiful man in his arms.
Max isn’t just a gryphon, he’s a brontegriff, which is a mix of a thunderbird and a gryphon. His thunderbird mother has kept him close to her nest in the deep southwest, but when a hard thunderstorm calls him to ride it, Max ends up near Aspen in Quint’s territory. And in his circle of protection.
Quint knows that Max is meant to be his mate, but will their families agree, or will another kind of storm drive the two of them apart?
Griffin thinks he might be watching dragons through his binoculars while he’s on a research project for his graduate program. He desperately wants it to be true, but he also wants to warn any dragons that might be up in the Sierra Nevada mountains that his professor wants to study them. He wants to help keep them safe.
Aiden has been solitary a long time when he inherits his aunt’s daughter, who he calls his niece, through a terrible accident. He’s not sure how to raise her or keep her safe, which seems even worse when Griff shows up. But then he realizes he and Griff are mates, and that he’s not solitary anymore. Can he convince Griff they’re meant to be together and keep the rest of the world, including whoever is watching them, at bay?
John Leahy had no idea how he became a werewolf, but there’s one thing he does know. He’s struggling with everything from fitting into the wolf community up in the high mountains of Utah to controlling his shifting. John wants to fit in, to find a home, but most of all, he wants to impress pack co-leader Keegan.
Keegan and his brother took over the pack a few years ago, but there are still some members who think that was a mistake. So it doesn’t help things when Keegan takes John as his mate. Even as they work on their mate bond, John is having more and more trouble keeping his wolf side in check. Can Keegan and John start their family even as they deal with the pack and its problems?
Shifting winter is an mpreg wolf shifter romance with a happy ending.
Matchmaker and reindeer shifter Cupid is used to being able to set up even the most difficult client. So when three dates go wrong for a Mr. Remy Shannon, even in Christmas town where little goes poorly, he decides to take matters into his own hands.
Remy doesn’t want to waste time dating when he knows he’s looking for a true mate. He’s an unusual shifter who needs someone who can handle him, so he’s not willing to play nice social games. But Cupid is right up his alley, and Remy is willing to go the distance to woo him.
When a night of unexpected passion leads to a big surprise for Cupid, he and Remy have to find enough common ground to decide if they’re going to work to appreciate all the gifts that have come their way, or if they’re going to let their joy fade away with the holiday season.
This is a holiday shifter mpreg romance with lot of glitter and a happy ending!
When dragon shifter Nikolas Petrov finally gives in and lets his family hire him a personal assistant, he has no intention of bringing in someone he might care about. He needs someone efficient, hard-working, and unobtrusive. Too bad what he gets is Daniel.
Daniel can work his butt off, and he knows he’s just what grumpy alpha Nik needs. He organizes Nik within an inch of his life, and when Daniel needs help, Nik knows he can’t just leave Daniel in a bad situation. The two of them become closer and closer, but danger rears its head, threatening their whole family. Can they pull together to keep everyone safe?
This is a non-mpreg dragon shifter romance with knotting.
Oldest cousin and brother dragon Zeke has resigned himself to being the one lone dragon in his family. As his family settle with their mates one by one, he ignores their protests that he’ll find love someday soon, and contents himself with caring for their growing brood of babies. As the one who’s been around the longest, Zeke has learned that he can’t always have what he desperately wants, and that he can be happy with what he has.
Gareth has never felt like he fully fit in with his pack. As the one who doesn’t shift, he’s not an outcast, but he’s definitely living on the fringes. Lately, he finds himself looking up the mountain even more than he did as a child, wondering what the seemingly ageless dragons he’s heard stories of all his life are up to. A chance meeting with a dragon named Zeke during a visit to negotiate supply routes tells Gareth that the dragons are not the horror he’s been told they are, and he can’t help his curiosity. Or his desire.
When Gareth is sent away from his family just for being himself, he starts a trek up the mountain to ask for help. With Zeke he finds more than he bargains for, but can he convince the old dragon of the mountain that neither one of them has to be the odd man out even as they fight to keep the dragon’s safe from a threat from Gareth’s past?
Secret Springs historical society manager Hank Vargas has two passions: history and hauntings. By day he’s a mild-mannered historian. By night he hunts ghosts in old buildings and antique hotels. So when all his friends start pairing off, getting married and having babies, Hank throws himself into podcasts and videos of his paranormal investigations as well as scholarly articles about the history of Secret Springs. Soon enough, though, Hank finds out that being a minor local celebrity can have its drawbacks, and one of those is ghost debunker Elliot Graham.
Elliot Graham works for a scientific journal, traveling the world and debunking urban legends and ghost stories. A certain Hank Vargas seems like a prime target, especially since the guy appears to think he’s an actual historian as well as a spirit chaser. What Elliot doesn’t expect from Secret Springs is how charming the place is, and how interesting he finds Hank. In a very personal way.
When the weather and the ghosts of Secret Springs start giving them more than they bargain for, Hank and Elliot have to put aside their differences and solve a century old mystery. Can they build something lasting together at the same time?
Stone is trying hard to get his life back together after blowing the whistle on his crooked boss, and Secret Springs seems like the place to do it. He has a bunch of new friends who are happy to support a struggling single guy, a bunch of new odd jobs, and a nice apartment. So what if he feels like he’s swimming hard and getting nowhere? He’s doing his best. Then he meets his hot neighbor Demetrius, and everything takes on a whole new shine.
Corset maker Demi wants Stone. He wants Stone in his life, in his corsets, and in his bedroom. And he generally gets what he wants. But when things get too serious too fast, both of them have to decide how far they’re willing to go, and how well they want to get to know each other, without letting any kind of emergency influence their emotions. Will these two just share a baby, or will they share their lives with each other for good?
Omega Zack doesn’t mean to be trouble to anyone when he shows up at Alexi Petrov’s door. He’s holding his life together by a thread after being fired from his prestigious gallery job got not sleeping with his boss. When he asks Aleks to contribute to the youth art charity he’s working with, Zack has no idea his life is about to change for good.
Glassblower triplet Aleks almost misses how special Zack is, because he’s so focused on his art, But when his brother’s mate pushes him to really see the sweet young man, Aleks knows Zack needs his help. And Zack is his mate. The two of them have to push past Zack’s fear, and fight off the danger that comes from Aleks claiming Zack, to find their way. Can they claim their life together, or will it shatter like glass?
This is a non-mpreg alpha and omega gay romance with knotting and dragon shifters.