Forced back into life, Lucien Dupree desperately wants to rescue retired genie, Imari Zephara. He wants to give her the chance to choose her own future. Hopefully, one that includes him. What more could a guy a wish for?
A lovesick customer is stalking Willa, the fae jeweler. It’s enough to frazzle Willa into wishing for help and invoking an ancient pact of protection. When they’re kidnapped, Willa must choose between her family of the man she’s fallen for.
Sheriff (and werewolf) Hank Merrow is the alpha’s heir and has been training himself for the day he’ll take over. Getting married to cement a truce and pay off an honor debt is no different, and Hank will do his duty even if he’ll never like the woman.
The Temujai, ruthless warriors from the Eastern Steppes, are probing at the Skandian borders again, and Hal and his crew are dispatched to investigate a land-locked river teeming with rapids.
While there are opportunities — in the service of a secretive courtesan, in the bed of a beautiful senator, and in the hunt for an ancient assassin — Venice is not without its dangers for Prince-turned-pauper Mircea Basarab.
Nothing is sacred. No one is safe. For Leo Pellisier has challenged the European emperor to duel to the death with the city of New Orleans-and its people-forfeit if he loses.
I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Black Widow by Jennifer Estep Genres: Urban Fantasy Published by Pocket on November 25, 2014 Pages: 400 Format: eARC Source: Netgalley Goodreads With wicked Fire elemental Mab […]