Three of today’s hottest romance authors come together to bring you this 9 book paranormal box set. Whether wolf shifters make you howl with pleasure, you prefer the wicked bite of a vampire, or the all-powerful hand of a demi-god is more your thing, Paranormal and Loving it! has something to send delicious chills racing through you.
Publisher’s Note: These books, previously only available individually, have been collected into this single box set for a fantastic price.
Operation: Santa’s Elf by Allyson Lindt
Josh loves being a cupid—offering comfort to lonely souls and sharing a little holiday joy. Seeing people smile is his favorite part of the job. Ella should just be another assignment, but something about her smile and sad gaze draws him in and holds his attention captive.
Now, with only one week before The Powers That Be pull Josh away from the woman who’s stolen his heart, he has to convince her he’s not insane when he says he’s a cupid, and make sure their future extends beyond a kiss at midnight.
Dreaming of a Wolf by Sofia Grey
Alun was Olivia’s first, and he was supposed to be her forever. After a tragic accident steals him away, Olivia wonders how she can ever be whole again.
When he starts talking to her in her dreams, she has to ask herself: is she going mad with grief, or is there still a chance for their forever?
Unleashed by Sotia Lazu
Ousted to the Earth realm, Grayon accepts the hospitality of the local vampire Master and the annoying undead chick that comes with it.
Raven has planned for everything but this shifter, who grates on her nerves with his cocky grin and sculpted body.
Vampires and shifters were enemies till recently. Grayon and Raven could hate each other or…
Courting Mortality by Allyson Lindt
When it comes to the destinies, fates, and curses that come with being a demi-god, Eli got screwed over. He’s spent eternity thwarting the same family curse that granted his brother, Loki, ever-lasting fame. As long as Eli doesn’t fall in love, no one gets hurt. His plan to stay single and detached has worked for several millennia.
And then he meets Marley. She’s making him abandon all his resolutions, except the one that never lets him forget the curse. Falling for her means her death, and he won’t let that happen
Caging the Wolf by Sofia Grey
Jessie has fallen in love with the perfect guy, Levi, but there’s one tiny problem. The blue-eyed hunk only exists in her dreams. That is, until he greets her in the local shopping mall. She’d swear they never met before, so how come he knows so much about her – and can tell her the naughty things they did in her dreams?
Wolf for Christmas by Sotia Lazu
Salina earned her one-year vacation on Earth by being an exemplary sentinel for her pack and saving all the universes.
Too bad she wasn’t very effective at kicking Aherin to the curb. One little lapse in judgement, and the annoying vampire won’t leave her alone.
Now her holiday plans are spoiled, because she’s kidnapped.
Seducing Destiny by Allyson Lindt
The vengeance of the gods has ripped love from Blake three times. He’s not making the mistake of falling for a mortal again. He’s shelved his personal life and dedicated the rest of eternity to making sure those individuals with a destiny are able to fulfill it. When he meets Luci, memories of his past surge back to haunt him, and when a goddess from another pantheon tries to kill her, he’s forced to admit fate may not be done with him yet.
Blake’s racing against time and doing everything in his power to figure out why the gods want her dead and to keep history from repeating itself.
A Very Wolfie Christmas by Sofia Grey
Sasha’s homesick for the snow of the Welsh mountains, but the New Zealand sun and Santas in board shorts are worth it, if he gets to spend the holiday with his Mate, Megan. Besides, he’s got a surprise planned for their first Christmas together.
When he discovers he’s not the only one keeping secrets, his plans threaten to crumble. Can he make this a holiday they’ll never forget, for all the right reasons?
Cherry Pop by Sotia Lazu
“The significance of things is rarely apparent at the moment they occur.
I often wish I’d realized the last time I felt the sun caressing my skin.
Or the last time I heard my mother’s voice.
Hell, I wish I’d known the last time I heard my heart beat.”