In this sequel to The Alliance, Itumak is happy with his life. He has a mate he loves and a new ship of his own to work on. But his mate is not as happy.
Two years ago, Lian lost part of his soul. And while he has found another part in return, his heart still yearns for his lost love. Though he remains quiet to avoid hurting the neko who has given him his heart, the dragon can't hide his feelings forever.
Amnor Sen and Jeremy are out to save the world. Traveling to the Worldwound far to the north, they are delayed by the discovery of a runaway slave in the undead land of Geb. Now the two must deal with the slave, while continuing on their way north.
Jakun is a cat on the run. Forced by his master to commit the most heinous of crimes, he flees, only to be caught by a paladin and a cleric. Will he be returned to his master? Or can his captors free him from his evil owner?
When Jason was six, he was involved in an accident that stole his parents and his voice. Left alone in a world that attacked him at every turn, he learned to hold onto his light and find comfort in himself. Then he was adopted by a family of wolves, and everything changed.
Born a wolf, Devyn doesn't understand many of the rules of his two legged family. He tries his hardest, but life on all four is much more fun. Not many get him, even in his own family, but his new brother seems different somehow.
Reinard Artego the Third is the last of his clan, a Faro running from his world after the death of his Segal. He takes refuge on Egara, working at a porneo, where no one would ever expect to find a Faro.
Galen just moved to the Hephaestus Isles, accepting a job offer from his friend. The only issue is the offer comes with a house already taken by a Faro.
When the Egaro and the Faro meet, cultures collide. Reinard fears his new roommate's sexual appetites, while Galen is amazed at Reinard's standoffish attitude toward him. For a week's time, the two will have to deal with each other. Or at least try not to kill each other.
Jordan is a reluctant werewolf in a world that celebrates monsters. Stuck with a curse that can never be lifted, his life seems like it will never improve. Until he finds a young man on the streets in need of his help.
Can this monster help a stranger in his time of need?
Jacob Ashford is in a happy relationship. He can't imagine his life without his girlfriend Laura in it. But when he meets a kitsune in the game within his dreams, he discovers love can be rather messy.
Kyle Stevens is often described as a loner. He's friendly enough, but he has always preferred the company of a good book to that of another person. An encounter with an elf changes everything he thought he knew about himself. Can the elf be for real? Or is it just advanced software tricking his mind?
Hope is a rogue. But that doesn't mean he's bad. Not that the world cares. All they see is a demon trying to corrupt the world. But behind that is a gentle soul who cares about his family.
Elliun doesn't care if a tiefling has a soul. A demon is a demon, as far as he's concerned. But when a palace he has been hired to protect is burglarized, he soon finds that not every demon is a monster.
Adan is a mage in training. After accomplishing a feat less than a hundred mages have ever completed, he has earned the admiration of his master. But he has also gained attention from the king of Meras himself.
Now Adan must navigate the intricacies of a royal court with his familiar at his side. Will he be able to survive the court? Or will the mage be left to hang in a world every bit as deadly as a battlefield? Only time will tell.
Simon has been beaten down all his life. Finally he has had enough. Determined to take his life, he tries to drown himself. When he is saved by a young man, he begins to learn his life might have a happy ending after all. But no one ever promised life would be easy even with help.
King Aaron Etaro struggles with his rule. His people are happy, but their ruler is miserable, putting aside his own pleasure for the needs of his kingdom. But when a strange fox appears on a moon-lit run one night, Aaron discovers the universe is not as it appears. Suddenly he is thrust into the uncomfortable position of choosing between his kingdom and himself, this time for the stake of his entire world.