Best Shifter Series of 2018 ~ Paranormal Romance Guild Reviewer’s Choice Awards
A dark shifter lord. A beautiful fae queen.A game of seduction that only one can win…
A sizzling enemies-to-lovers romance!
Dion, alpha of a shapeshifting river fada clan, is in a fight for his people’s survival. For years, the sun fae queen has seduced, then discarded the clan’s best warriors, leaving them weak and drained. Worse, with each man she lures, she somehow sucks life-energy from all his people. Then she ensnares Dion’s young brother. It’s time to take down the glittering, party-girl queen.Cleia is a powerful fae whose glamour gets her any man she wants. But she’s bored. She wants something more, and the river fada men have it. So when she meets the big, untamed river alpha, she sets out to seduce him, even though something whispers this man is dangerous.That’s just what Dion is counting on…
“A powerfully written paranormal romance with an alpha male who takes no prisoners…”~Goodreads reviewer (5 stars)
Seducing the Sun Fae is a steamy standalone romance with a happily-ever-after that begins the Fada Shapeshifter Series. If you crave dark shifters, glittering fae, and intense emotional storylines, this series is for you. Keep reading for an excerpt.
Shapeshifters created during Dionysus’s infamous bacchanals from a mix of fae, human and animal genes. They’re ruthless, untamed—but when they love, it’s forever.
Cleia sighed and suddenly he understood what was wrong. She didn’t want harmless. She wanted danger.The lady was bored with men who danced to her tune.Ah. He’d be happy to provide the queen with a little…excitement.He crouched on his haunches in front of her and put out his hand. “Give me your foot.”She hesitated and he waited, unmoving. In this dance, she would learn that he was the leader, she the follower.She slanted him a look from under her lashes and then, setting her wine on the floor, placed a slender foot in his palm. It was clad in a jewel-encrusted sandal: rubies, emeralds, diamonds. The fae loved bright, glittering things. He concealed a sneer. A good-sized family could live on the proceeds of just one of those pretty stones for a year.It was yet another weakness, something he could use against the shallow, party-girl queen.Right now she wasn’t thinking about jewels, though. Her gaze was all for him. Her hands clenched on her lap, but she held herself still, waiting to see what he’d do next.Keeping his eyes on hers, he undid the sandal strap and slid his finger under her arch, tracing a slow path down the sensitive skin. Her breath hitched.He removed the sandal and pressed a kiss to her instep, then placed her foot on the chair seat so that her knee was bent, opening her to him.“Keep it there.”Her throat worked but she obeyed.He removed the other sandal and kissed that instep as well. Her breath released in an audible whoosh.His lips curved against her soft skin. “You like that.”Their eyes met and he inhaled sharply. Deus, her irises were beautiful: a tawny, sun-touched brown.“Mm,” she murmured. “More.” Their gazes locked, but when he simply stared at her unmoving, she added, “Please.”Triumph streaked through him. He’d won. She just didn’t know it yet.“As you wish, querida,” he said, and sucked her big toe into his mouth.