Paranormal Rom-Coms for When You Want to Laugh…and Blush
Mates and Macarons
At the Cake-ily Ever After bakery in Kinship Cove, three sisters are about to meet their matches and prove that a man with a little silver in his hair can make one heck of a mate…if the fates allow it.
No more dating shifters—at least, that’s what I promised myself after the last one met his mate while dating me. He wasn’t the first—fate seemed to enjoy smacking me upside the head whenever I dared to cross the species line. So when a handsome wolf shifter with a few extra years of experience comes walking into my bakery, I shouldn’t agree to go on a date with him.
Especially not because he’s only in town for the biggest wedding of the year.
The one where his son is the groom. The one between my last boyfriend and his fated mate.
Did I say fate liked to smack me upside the head? Try burying me in the rubble of my past mistakes instead. Like father, like son had never been so wrong…or so right.
He’s annoying. He’s rude. He’s demanding.
And he just might be the perfect match for me.
Too bad he’s a dragon shifter, and dragons don’t do the whole fated mate thing. But maybe rules–mine and his–are meant to be broken.
And when I make bad decisions because of that, I become the sister with a burden bigger than she can carry.
And a secret.
What would you do if you needed money fast? What wouldn’t you do?
Also Available As A Set
At the Cake-ily Ever After bakery in Kinship Cove, three sisters are about to meet their matches and prove that a man with a little silver in his hair can make one heck of a mate…if the fates allow it. Three books, three fun & flirty romances from the Mates & Macarons series. Welcome to Kinship Cove, where shifters rule the town and there’s no such thing as out of the ordinary.
Cuddles and Coffee
Come on in to the Kinship Cove Diner, where a good cup of coffee comes with every fated mating. Pull up a stool, grab a cup, and get ready… Things are about to get a little steamy.
He’s smart, he’s hot, and he’s decided to use our bond for research instead of actually getting to know me. And did I mention he used to buy my best friend’s worn undergarments? Thanks for that, fates.
Undies aside, my wolf shifter professor is about to learn his toughest lesson ever—never go up against a fox shifter in a battle of wit or will. We’re sneaky, smart, and not afraid to take an opponent to the mattresses to win a battle.
Espresso Con Eagle
At least until a man with a sharp gaze, a little gray in his hair, and a familiar face comes walking into the diner. He’s handsome, charming, and the fates say all mine.
Except he’s also famous—an actor whose eagle shifter instincts have brought him stardom in the action-movie arena.
The fates aren’t always kind, but giving me someone who lives his life in such a public way might just be too cruel for words. I’ve never really worried about finding a mate, but now that I have him? I don’t want to be without him. And I’ve had enough sharing for one lifetime.
At least not until a beast of a man comes strolling through the door. Literally. He’s not what I expected—gray hair, deep, dark eyes, and a temper known throughout the town…including by local law enforcement.
The fates definitely want us together, but when his past comes fighting its way into our present, the fates may not be enough.
Love behind bars is a thing, right?
Also Available As A Set
Come on in to the Kinship Cove Diner, where a good cup of coffee comes with every fated mating. Pull up a stool, grab a cup, and get ready… Things are about to get a little steamy. Three books, three fun & flirty romances from the Cuddles & Coffee series. Welcome to Kinship Cove, where shifters rule the town and there’s no such thing as out of the ordinary.
Heartthrobs and Holidays
It’s the holidays for our Kinship Cove friends, which means treats, hot cocoa, and kisses. Reindeer definitely fly across the sky, but how fast do they fall when they meet their fated mates?
Over it or not, I was older. More mature. An adult. An adult with a job that took her to a shifter town named Kinship Cove, where the fates not only introduce me to a diner-owning, fox-shifting old lady who makes me the best cups of peppermint coffee ever, they also throw me a wild curve ball in the form of one Bennett Donderson. My fated mate and a man who can truly rock the white hair look. Unfortunately, he’s also a man from the herd of my nightmares. One who had been unable—or unwilling—to protect me from his very own niece. How can I trust someone whose family takes being on the naughty list to an emotionally scarring sort of extreme?
What’s a girl to do when her past slams headfirst into her present and threatens her future?
Yes, he’s a reindeer shifter. Yes, he’s an OG on the sleigh team. And yes, he’s just as obsessed with me as I am with him. But each species has its rules, and everyone in North Pole knows we have to work together to pull off the Christmas run. Which means keeping the secret of our fated connection from everyone—elves, reindeer, Santa…
Even Prancer himself.
Christmas is coming whether we’re ready or not…and it’s going to be a battle to keep my ho ho ho on the down low low low.
Books and Baes
Kinship Cove loves a good story–especially a fairy tale retelling–which is why their library is a popular place to be. Welcome to the Kinship Cove library where every employee is guaranteed a happily ever after
Bibliophile and the Beast
There are just a couple of problems.
He’s far too big and dangerous for a little house cat like me. Too predatory for my level of prey. He’s also completely obsessed with me.
What’s it going to take for an introvert like me to tame such a beast?
And what will I do if I find out that taming him isn’t a possibility?
Under The Cove
At least, I thought so until I met the man of my dreams and the one the fates picked to be my perfect match. He’s tall, lean, quiet, and absolutely not telling me the truth about himself.
What’s a girl to do when the man she’s falling for turns out not to be a wolf in human clothing but something much rarer and more dangerous. And how is a cat shifter of any type supposed to accept a life partially lived under the sea?
They claim life is better down where it’s wetter…and I’m about to find out if that’s true.