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The only men I’ve ever wanted are Slash, Ajax, and Draikh. There’s just one catch. They’re three famous rock stars, and they don’t know I exist.
The moment I heard Not a Vampire play, I fell in love. Not just with their music, but with three members of the band.
Keyboardist Slash, drummer Ajax, and bassist Draikh have become my obsession—but I’m just another screaming fan.
When I finally meet my rock star idols face to face, I discover that the stage effects they use aren’t actually illusions. Can I handle a dragon shifter, a mage, and a blue alien with extra limbs?
Her Donut Shifters
My name is Jetta, and I'm not a psychopath. I just hate donuts.
When the Squishy Shifters Donut Emporium opens down the street from my house, I want it gone.
Can one sugary drink, three delicious donut shifters, and a few dozen sugary treats change my mind?
Or will my hatred for donuts get between me and my fated mates?
Her Donut Shifters is a short fun-filled steamy reverse harem romcom featuring a witch who hates donuts and three shifters who love them. It stands alone and comes complete with quirky characters, laugh-out-loud moments, shenanigan with donuts, and a happily-ever-after. Grab a sugary snack and dig in!
The queendom is in great peril. Can a spoiled princess and three commoners save it?
Zirconia is all set for her grand coronation when tragedy strikes. Something horrid has befallen the people of Silvania, and Zirconia, despite her sheltered upbringing, finds herself teaming up with the most unlikely of commoners to save her queendom:
- Her sexy best friend, a bunny shifter
- A hulky bear shifter mercenary
- A royal prince on a mission
- An eccentric, devilish vampire who has a flair for the dramatic
Romance blooms, allies are made, and Zirconia finds she’s gotten more than she bargained for with her hot as hell companions.
Can her unlikely companions help her save her people, or will this quest prove futile?
Love Blooms is part of Spell Library but can be read as a standalone. Like the cover, this book is a crazy fun read, written especially for readers who love our sense of humor.