Seventeen-year-old Chloe fears she’s a Dud, a child born to two werewolves who can’t change into a wolf. If she’s still a Dud by the time she reaches adulthood, she’ll be exiled. In the meantime, she’s at the bottom of the pack hierarchy. But Chloe is a natural Alpha, unable to bow her head meekly.
Then she encounters a feral werewolf with the opposite problem: he’s trapped in wolf form. Chloe suspects the feral is her old classmate, Marcus, who everyone believes died along with the rest of his family in a mysterious plane crash last year. Chloe vows to help Marcus regain his human self because giving up on him would mean admitting possible failure for herself, too. But she must act quickly. Pack law mandates killing ferals.
IN TRUTH & ASHES
Otherselves Book three
What she can’t remember could ruin her life.
The Mirror Worlds are but dull reflections of the True World, where magic and technology blend together.
On the True World, Belinda Loring has known from childhood that she must Bond with the son of another noble First Family. Uniting the families ensures hers will hold onto its powerful position, and so she’s always pushed down the tender feelings she has for her best friend, gorgeous, steadfast Demian, who isn’t noble.
But when the ceremonial magic goes disastrously wrong, Belinda becomes a national disgrace. Scorned as Broken, she turns to Demian for help getting revenge on the man who ruined her: the radical Malachi.
But the seeds of Malachi’s murderous plans lie buried in Belinda’s past, in the dark days of her kidnapping: a period of which she has no memory. And Demian may hold the key to recovering all that she’s lost: and saving the worlds.
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Mike and Angel Book four
“Mike, I need your help.” When Mike receives a call from Betty Vallant-the vain, selfish woman who once acted the part of his mother-he knows it’s a trap. However, Angel sees an opportunity to double-cross their enemies. Soon the genetically-enhanced teens find themselves enmeshed in a scheme to steal a jewelled key from Zinnia and Dahlia, heirs to Iris Cartwright’s legacy.
So. Awkward. Devon and Gabe reluctantly agree to provide alibis for their clones, Mike and Angel. Devon is apprehensive, but betraying her new-found romantic feelings for Gabe is the least of her troubles. Their Caribbean ‘vacation’ turns disastrous when they’re forced to bail into the ocean near a mysterious island.