|The Potion Maker
Sarin ran away from the city for a simpler life making potions in the woods. He has good reasons for avoiding people, but when a poisoned Royal Herald falls through his door and literally knocks him over, life gets more complicated than he ever thought he wanted.
|Mermaid Tails — Book 3 of Scales & Wings
Giato is a simple dragon. All he wants is to run his shop selling spell components and dote on his hoard of fish. Then someone starts messing with his fish, sending them into a frenzy every day, and it’s only a matter of time before they get hurt. But when he finally catches the jerk, he doesn’t expect Mihail: beautiful, cursed, and utterly compelling.
|Fairy Wings — Book 2 of Scales & Wings
No doubt there are worse fates than being blood-cursed, but if so, Vadka doesn’t know, because he’s got his hands full being forced to drink blood to survive—especially with isolation of the life it brings, and the unlikelihood of ever finding a cure.
The last thing he needs is trouble, but that’s exactly what he gets, by way of saving a broken-winged fairy that would have wound up butchered for spell components. So what’s a blood-cursed mage to do with an unwanted guest? Take him home of course—but that’s easier said than done for a man who drinks blood and a fairy who can’t use his magic.
|How Not to Summon Your True Love
Though it doesn’t really come as a surprise, Cy is still crushed when he’s dumped. His relationship with Alex had lasted longer than all previous attempts, and started promising when Alex had proclaimed he was perfectly okay with Cy being asexual.
On impulse, convinced no one will ever really see him as worthy relationship material, Cy turns to a book that belonged to his late mother, a grimoire of magic spells that obviously won’t work. It’s a stupid idea, and even if magic was real there’s no way a true love summoning spell would work for him…
|Dragon Scales — Book 1 of Scales & Wings
Amantea is in need of a dragon. If he doesn’t capture the dragon, the wizard threatening his family and home will make good on those threats, and as usual Amantea’s family is too busy bickering about what should be done to actually do anything.
So he’ll just have to capture the dragon himself, which should be a simple enough matter—until the dragon breaks out of his trap like its nothing and promptly kidnaps Amantea so he’ll stay out of the way. Amantea isn’t certain which is worse: the evil wizard out to destroy his home or the insufferable dragon who can’t keep his clothes on. The only thing he does know is that they’re all going to be sorry the moment he escapes.
|The Dragon of Bellerose Island
Politics are dangerous, a fact Leandre failed to appreciate until too late. Kidnapped by his rival, and abandoned on the mysterious Bellerose Island, he expects to be one more body that no one will ever find. But he didn’t expect the island’s sole occupant…
Devi has about had it with mages. All she wants to do is her job, which is slaying the dragons and other beasts that plague the country. She doesn’t have time or energy to spare for coddling or pandering to the fussy mages she keeps getting stuck with as partners. Unfortunately, her last mage was also a noble with clout, and Devi has the feeling her days as a Combatant are numbered.
Instead of reprimand or termination however, she winds up with a new assignment and a new partner: Noeme, who is competent, friendly, distractingly attractive—and far too good to be true.
|What Matters Most
Standing up for what is right, Kyros has found, is a lonely endeavor. It’s also a dangerous one, as the people he’s fighting have already killed his friend, threatened others, and are now going after Kryos’ mother to finally force him to stand down.
Knowing full well his mother won’t listen to the men he’s sent to take her to safety, Kyros reluctantly returns home to the village he has not seen in years. But returning home means encountering the man he never forgot, and Kyros find himself forced to choose between doing what is right and what matters most…