Juneau to Kenai (Northern Wolves book 1)
Brent fell in love when he and a group of humans were pulled through an interdimensional rift, but he’s the Alpha of the Juneau Pack and she’s a trauma surgeon from Seattle on vacation in Alaska. His responsibilities make relocation impossible, and he can’t imagine she’d want to leave her friends, family, and career to be the Alpha’s mate in a werewolf pack.
Kennedy found there was more to Alaska than beautiful scenery: angels, monsters with laser weaponry, and werewolves. One werewolf in particular has occupied her every thought since they returned home from the other side of an interdimensional rift. But five minutes after their rescue, Brent walked away, leaving her to continue her vacation of hiking and climbing in the Kenai wilderness with a werewolf guide.
But a group of shifter hunters has Kennedy’s guide in their crosshairs—and they don’t care if a human becomes collateral damage. Suddenly love isn’t the only thing on the line as Brent races to find Kennedy and get both her and her guide out of Kenai before the hunters can track them down.
Rogue (Northern Wolves book 2)
Sabrina had a hot sexy night with a bear shifter during her wolf pack’s annual barbeque—then never heard from him again. When her Alpha sends her to Ketchikan to track down a murderous rogue, she’s surprised to find herself partnered with Karl—the same bear shifter that has been fueling her fantasies for the last year. The attraction is still there, as are insurmountable differences in their personalities and lifestyles.
But their rocky romance has a bigger obstacle—the rogue they track down has gone rabid from a similar magic that’s being used to murder shifters in northern Alaska, and the goal this time is to tear apart every bit of good will the wolf packs have with their human neighbors. Divide and slaughter are the enemy’s objectives. To save her pack and come out alive, Sabrina will need to do the unthinkable—trust a man with secrets.
After dropping off a pair of Denali Pack wolves Dustin sees an overturned truck in the wilderness with an injured human desperate for rescue. What he finds when he lands is a trap. Shot and running for his life, Dustin’s wolf instinct takes over and heads him toward a shimmering oasis straight out of a fantasy novel.
Gwylla is on loan from Aerie to the elves, but now that they’ve migrated from Hel, they’re using her magic in ways she never intended. When a gravely injured wolf cries for help at the heart-tree of her sanctuary, she sees firsthand the horrors her magic has caused.
Instead of healing an injured animal, Gwylla finds she has saved a man and is now promise-bound to keep him safe for the rest of his natural life—which means she must punish those responsible for the attack and reclaim her magic, all while protecting her reckless wolf-man as he avenges shifter deaths and defends his pack.
Bad Seed (Northern Wolves book 4)
Tupper Mills is a genetic disaster, a monster who has been kicked out of every pack she’s belonged to. The Swift River Pack is the end of the line for her. If she can’t figure out how to get along and submit to the Alpha, she’ll be put down.
Jake Linton is risking his entire pack by bringing a ticking time-bomb into their midst, but he of all werewolves knows what has made Tupper the way she is. He’ll need to do all he can to make her submit to him, because the price for failure is her death.
But when hunters targeting shifters bring a war to the pack’s compound, Jake realizes that a monster might be what they need. Together, he and Tupper might be able to save their pack. And together they might find there’s more between them than they’d ever hoped for.