Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Happy Release Day: Lucifer

Banned from returning home until he finds his lifemate, Lucifer Fitch lives and works in the human realm, carefully hiding his true identity from the humans and shifters he protects as the sheriff of Briary Creek. If they knew he was the Lucifer, as in one of the four princes of Hell, chaos would tear the town apart.

Angie Gunner knows Lucifer is different from the others who live in Briary Creek, but that is not the reason she ignores her feelings and the connection that developed the first time they met. He is an officer of the law and she vowed a long tome ago not to date law officers of any kind. She knows firsthand that cops die and sometimes their families die too.

But Lucifer and Angie are forced to make decisions when their pasts combine forces to destroy Angie.

Will Angie be able to look past the badge and see the man she is destined to be with for eternity?

Will Lucifer claim his lifemate before he loses her forever?

Lucifer is the first book in the Briary Creek Wolves spin-off series, Brimstone Heat.

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Monday, August 29, 2016


Life is a dream for the wise,
a game for the fool, 
a comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor.

--Sholom Aleichem

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Story Quote: Lucifer

A Brimstone Heat Novel

She was beautiful. She was more than beautiful.

She belonged to him.

The knowledge seeped into his brain and jolted him. For the first time in his life, Lucifer felt his legs go weak and he almost fell to his knees.

She was his!

After all the centuries, he had finally found his lifemate.

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Monday, August 8, 2016


The kindest thing you can do for
yourself is to be the person 
you would most like to spend the rest of 
your life with.
--Heather K. O'Hara

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Story Quote: Gracie's Wolf

Quinn sniffed the air.

His wolf shoved its head against his ribcage. I can smell her fear. Do not hurt our mate.

The beast let the rest of the threat unspoken, but Quinn knew what it meant. We can't claim her. She needs to leave. The farther away from me she is the safer she will be.

His wolf gave a low growl. We need our mate. You are just too stubborn to admit it.