Marduk, Mesopotamian god of thunder, has been invisible for hundreds of years, punishment for leaving an entire civilization to die…all for the love of a woman. Now, ironically, it is another little bit of a woman who has the power to make him whole. She lights his passionless form on fire, but he’ll have to battle more than the gods who placed him and his brothers in this purgatory to win her heart and her body. Some demons must be faced to be defeated, even if they are hers.
Tess has straightened out her life—no alcohol, no risk, and NO MEN! But this god-like creature she sees naked on the beach makes her forget the horrors wrought by another and consider the passion zinging through her veins. Can she take such a risk again without sacrificing her sobriety and her life?
Taken by Storm
Anshar is god of the sky, but he’s also something much more dangerous. Terrified for the safety of the woman he would call his own, he denies his attraction to keep her safe and to keep the monster inside him at bay. A battle is coming between the gods of the Blue Hills and the puritans who would destroy his kind—mortals who are not just mates, but who can make the gods corporeal once more.
Lenore Crest is drawn to the taciturn god against her better judgment and in spite of the hateful lessons taught by the leader of a secret puritan society about his kind. Opening her heart to Anshar would be a betrayal to her people, and loving him could put everyone in danger.
Dagon is unredeemable in the eyes of the gods he betrayed centuries ago, but now, the Mesopotamian sea god is truly screwed. The answer to his redemption—his Chosen—is within reach, but the powers-that-be have stepped up their war against the Earth-bound gods, and he’s literally ripped from her arms. Thrust into the Underworld, he is forced to battle demons and his body is ravaged beyond endurance. But perhaps intense physical pain might be the only thing that can make him forget her.
After a hellish youth, bartender, Holly Abelard is just trying to get through life. And then the guy she’s hot for announces he’s a god, and she’s his mate. She’s barely coming to terms with that revelation when the sexy hunk is sucked into the Underworld, and she’s left in the hands of a league of super gods. But Holly isn’t giving up on getting Dagon back. That isn’t to say she doesn’t have her doubts. Had he really sported fangs and scales?
Enten, the god of winter, has spent centuries avoiding rejection from women. He might be cold to the depths of his very soul, but one woman—his Chosen—holds the key to melting his permafrost. To keep her, though, he must embrace the heat sweeping through his heart—and his body. Unfortunately, he and the group of gods he calls brothers are trapped on Earth’s plane by a malevolent force that could bring violence to her doorstep.
Gloria Wingfeather lived through hell, physically and emotionally singed by the viciousness of her ex-husband. For years, she’s dedicated her time and her heart to making a life for herself. The sexy god of chill has the potential to heal those charred wounds or to set her ablaze with passion.
Huxley Abelard lives and fights alongside the immortals of the Blue Hills as a human, but a prophecy foretells that a mortal will ascend to become a god in the Underworld, but Hux’s wicked past could cost him the throne and the sexy doctor who haunts his days and nights. He can’t imagine a decent woman wanting a man who has done the things he’s done to survive.
Doctor Dani-Lee Whitehill has loved and lusted after Huxley since the first moment she saw him. Unfortunately, he’s made it quite clear that, although he’s attracted to her, he’d rather cut off his male parts than get them anywhere near her. She’s willing to play by his hands-off rules, but desire may quickly erode her patience, and when it does, Hux could be royally screwed.