(Formerly the Sinjin Sinclair Series)
Book 1: Sinjin
Master Vampire Sinjin Sinclair is the bane of my existence...
Abandoned on the battlefield by my own people, I must now face the fact that I'm playing prisoner to the Underworld Queen, who also happens to be my sister.
As the days and months go by with no word from my people, I'm pretty sure life couldn’t get much worse.
But it's about to get a whole lot worse--and Master Vampire, Sinjin Sinclair, is the reason why.
Once I'm placed in Sinjin’s care, I find myself battling the undeniable magnetism of the vampire, the one creature I despise above all others.
Book 2: The Scent
I’m still stuck playing the part of prisoner to my sister.
But that’s not the worst of it. That title is reserved for my keeper… Sinjin Sinclair.
Sinjin is everything I hate about vampires.
But it’s not quite so simple—the man is as charming as he is undead.
Not to mention his quick wit, his undeniable sex appeal, and the mystery that surrounds him.
I know that if I fall for him, I’ll be in over my head.
But, as a warrior through and through, I'm not the type to fall for anything, especially a handsome face.
If anyone should be able to withstand the lure of the vampire, I'm the likeliest candidate.
Of course, looks can be deceiving…
Book 3: The Gentleman
When my loyalty to my people is tested, the decision I make will change the course of my life forever…
I'm not sure where my loyalties lie.
Of one thing I'm certain, though, is that my fraternal twin sister, Jolie, who also happens to be the Queen of the Underworld, should be my sworn enemy.
But after spending months with Jolie, I can’t deny the fact that I genuinely care for my sister, much though I shouldn’t.
If it weren’t maddening enough that my relationship with Jolie is anything but black and white, then there’s Sinjin.
Cool, calm, and calculated, Sinjin Sinclair is everything I should find reprehensible in a man.
Book 4: The Flame
I keep having to remind myself of all the things I find reprehensible about Sinjin Sinclair:
First of all, he’s a master vampire and all vampires, in my mind, are nothing more than blood-sucking parasites.
Secondly, his unflagging cockiness, when paired with his boyish charm, is enough to irritate any sensible woman.
Mostly, though, it’s Sinjin’s unapologetic sexuality that I find extremely off-putting and, well, somewhat entertaining and possibly even exhilarating.
After I purposely botch my leader’s attack on Jolie, I find myself returned to my old life, a life I thought I’d wanted.
But the adage, “be careful what you wish for because you might get it,” will take on new meaning once I find myself playing hostage to my own people.
Book 5: Blood Lust
BLOOD LUST is a novella and narrated by Sinjin!
I am understandably furious over the treatment Bryn received when she was taken hostage by those who were once her people.
Even though I was able to rescue Bryn and Betta after their escape attempt and deliver them to the safety of Queen Jolie, it is clear that Bryn’s pain runs deep.
I want nothing more than to help Bryn heal, but she will have none of it; instead, growing cold and distant.
Outraged that I cannot break through Bryn’s walls, I take matters into my own hands when I decide to avenge her.
Book 6: The Suitor
I just found myself in a sweat after a horrific dream.
In it, Kinloch Kirk is destroyed, and everyone I care about is dead.
Worst of all, I can't shrug away the feeling that the dream isn't just a dream but a vision of what's to come.
Throw in the hauntingly familiar stranger, Dureau Chevalier, who happens to be incredibly sexy, and I find myself at a crossroads.
Do I continue with the promise I made myself to avoid all men, or do I acknowledge my interest in Dureau?
Book 7: The Awakening
I can’t shake the feeling that Dureau and I are… connected in some way.
And I also can’t deny the fact that beyond that shared connection, there’s something more there and that something has the potential to become lots more.
If I allow it.
But what about Sinjin—the vampire who's lodged himself in my heart and my head?
With the impending doom of a visionary dream still waiting to unfold, I find myself stuck between two men's affections and a decision that could change the landscape of the rest of my life…
Book 8: The Champion
While I profess to be nothing more than a warrior, my feelings for Master Vampire, Sinjin Sinclair, can’t be denied.
But neither can my feelings for Dureau Chevalier, the enigmatic man who's appeared in my dreams since childhood.
As Sinjin and Dureau continue to pursue me, I find myself wondering if maybe there is room for love in my heart.
But who will I choose?
Book 9: The Hero
Unfortunately for me, my love troubles aren’t the only troubles plaguing me.
Even more important is my belief that there’s a traitor in my sister’s court, someone who is feeding information to Luce, public enemy number one.
As Kinloch Kirk’s future becomes more and more unclear, I'll have to figure out the best way to bring the fight to Luce.
And my man troubles? On the backburner.
Or so I think they are.
Book 10: The Dream
After a surprise attack on home soil leaves Queen Jolie and her court reeling, we have to find a new plan.
And that new plan includes first and foremost: locating enemy forces.
Finding Luce and his stronghold is now priority Number One.
Desperate to prevent another attack and with nothing to go on but a vision from a dream, I'm now leading a scouting party to find Luce and his camp.
The question is: will we find it in time?
Book 11: The Protector
In the process of trying to locate Luce and his enemy stronghold, I find myself in a land I’ve only heard about in stories.
A fairy land that’s as dangerous as it is magical.
Luckily for me, I’m not the only one—my team consists of Sinjin, Dureau, and Damek.
The three of us are now stranded in a land ruled by fae magic, where the cost of admission might be more than we bargained for.
Book 12: The Diplomat
While returning from a scouting mission to locate Luce’s camp, I stumble on a wolf-girl strapped to a rack and left for dead.
Once rescued, the girl, Dayna, tells us all about the newest flavor of Luce’s evil and, most specifically, what Luce plans to do to me if he ever takes me as a prisoner again.
My time in Luce’s breeding program will pale compared to the newest torture he’s devised for me and I vow to myself that will never happen.
Upon returning to the queen and Kinloch Kirk, a new arrival starts heating up the scene and making waves.
And I’m not sure how to feel about it.
Book 13: The Other Woman
Audrey Chevalier, Dureau’s beautiful French sister, seems overly interested in Master Vampire Sinjin Sinclair.
And unless I'm mistaken, Sinjin appears to return Audrey’s affections.
I'm not sure how to feel about that. Actually, that's not true--I don't like it. Not one bit.
And I can't help but feel myself being pushed into the arms of Dureau. Not only that, but I'm also starting to second guess my decision to avoid a romantic attachment with Sinjin...
Meanwhile, Jolie continues to gain allies as it appears the Underworld is soon to go to battle with Luce’s forces yet again.
That is until Dureau informs me about the true nature of my ancestry, information that could change the tide of the war for all involved.
Book 14: The Father
When I find out I'm pregnant, I’ll have to deal with the fact that Sinjin doesn’t believe the baby is his—how could it be?
He’s a vampire, after all, and incapable of reproducing.
Or at least that’s what everyone thought.
As if dealing with Sinjin isn’t enough, Dureau and I have decided to move forward with our plan to contact Luce’s tribespeople through their dreams.
But there’s no guarantee this will even work.
Sometimes all you have left is hope and I’m putting way too much stock in exactly that.
Book 15: The Other Man
Dureau and I are still sticking to our guns: still hoping to reach Luce’s people in their dreams.
The goal is to convince Luce’s people that they’ve been fed nothing but lies and that a better future awaits them if they agree to join Jolie’s court.
But that plan doesn’t exactly go as we hoped it would.
Not only that, but I can’t help but wonder how Dureau respond when he finds out I'm pregnant?
And what happens when the two of us are forced to accept the help of Monsieur D?
Book 16: The Threat
Something is wrong with Sinjin’s and my baby.
Whereas once I could feel the baby’s emotions, now I can’t feel anything.
Just a hollow void.
Sinjin, wanting to understand exactly what's going on, will find himself traveling to Africa in his search to discover what evil is threatening our child.
I can only hope he finds the answers and quickly because I’m fairly sure something is happening to our baby.
Book 17: The Changeling
As I await Sinjin’s return from Africa, with hopes he’ll have an answer or a cure as to why I can no longer feel the presence of my child, I’m riddled with concern.
For Sinjin and for the baby.
To make matters worse, Kinloch Kirk is under a magical attack.
The question remains: by whom?
Half the constituents of Jolie’s council believe the newly relocated Daywalkers are responsible, but others aren’t so sure.
Book 18: The Fae Court
After realizing my infant daughter has been spirited away to the land of Faery by the Fir Darrig, one of the Unseelie Court, Sinjin and I go after her.
Luckily, we have Odran, Klaasje, and Dureau by our side.
But even with the five of us, will it be enough to take on one of the most powerful of the Unseelie Fae?
Not only is the Fir Darrig a challenge in his own right, but he’s also got friends…
Book 19: The Lost Child
After realizing the Fir Darrig has taken my baby, my friends and I go after him into the land of the fae.
While we’re lucky enough to find our baby, that’s where our luck ends.
Sinjin and Dureau are taken hostage by the Darrig and its Unseelie cohorts while the rest of us are forced to find our own way back home again.
Forced to separate from Sinjin, I'm pretty sure my luck can’t get any worse, that is until we return to Kinloch Kirk and I'm faced with the worst of all surprises.