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Entre un dragon qui veut faire de moi sa marionnette, un agent du gouvernement qui me recherche et ma boss à sauver, j’ai beau être une tueuse à gages expérimentée, je suis quand même dans le pétrin !
Je m’appelle Val Thorvald et je suis tueuse à gages.
Malgré ma popularité toute relative, j’ai toujours réussi à m’en sortir avec aplomb grâce à mon sang de demi-elfe, une épée prénommée Chopper et un tigre télépathe au caractère bien trempé. Avec quelques gros mots aussi, mais bon, surtout avec aplomb.
Mais ça, c’était avant qu’une mystérieuse maladie affecte ma cheffe, qu’un agent fédéral ouvre une enquête sur moi et qu’un fichu dragon m’interrompe en pleine mission.
Faire la peau à des vampires, des zombies ou des ogres ? No problemo. Mais les dragons sont bien plus redoutables. Et celui-ci veut faire de moi sa marionnette. Mais plutôt crever que de devenir son esclave.
Si je ne trouve pas rapidement un moyen de lui filer entre les pattes, de sauver ma cheffe et de me débarrasser de l’espion mandaté par le gouvernement, je risque vraiment de me retrouver dans le pétrin.
Ou les deux.
Ce qui serait gênant.
#Enquête #Dragon #UrbanFantasy #Paranormal #HéroïneBadass #Humour
« Quelle Urban Fantasy géniale ! Ça m’a un peu rappelé la série Kate Daniels, mais ça reste très différent. On y retrouve une héroïne relativement âgée et sarcastique, accompagnée de son tigre à l’humour ravageur et un dragon condescendant. » - Lectrice Goodreads
« C’était un super livre, plein d’aventure et de retournements. J’ai adoré le côté mystérieux de l’histoire mais, par-dessus tout, je veux savoir comment tout ça va se jouer. » - Lectrice Goodreads
« Ce livre était très amusant. Une histoire UF avec une héroïne plus âgée et drôle. Elle m’a fait beaucoup rire. » - Lectrice Goodreads
As a princess in the impoverished kingdom of Delantria, it’s Aldari’s job to look pretty, speak little, and marry a prince.
Studying mathematics and writing papers on economic theory in an effort to fix her people’s financial woes? Her father has forbidden it. With war on the horizon, they must focus on the immediate threat.
Reluctantly, Aldari agrees to marry a prince in a neighboring kingdom to secure an alliance her people desperately need. All is going to plan until the handsome elven mercenary captain hired to guard her marriage caravan turns into her kidnapper. His people are in trouble, and he believes she has the knowledge to help.
But with an invasion force approaching Delantria, Aldari’s own people need her. She must do everything in her power to escape the elves and make it to her wedding in time.
Never mind that her kidnapper is witty, clever, and offers her a challenge that intrigues her mind even as his easy smile intrigues her heart…
Aldari can’t let herself develop feelings for him. To fall in love and walk away from her wedding would mean the end of her kingdom and everyone she cares about.
As a bookish, introverted database programmer, Morgen Keller never thought she was a candidate for a midlife crisis. That was before her husband divorced her, her boss let her go, and her grandmother died. Forty wasn’t supposed to look like this.
When Morgen heads up to the small town of Bellrock, Washington, to settle the estate, she looks forward to taking a peaceful break from life and figuring out what she’s going to do next.
But peace isn’t to be had. The old farmhouse is full of witch paraphernalia, a fearsome werewolf has claimed the property, and contrary to what the family was told, Grandma didn’t die of natural causes.
Embroiled in a mystery, and heir to powers she knew nothing about, Morgen must turn to the only person who might be able to help: the werewolf who threatened to rip her throat out for trespassing.
This isn’t the fresh start on life that Morgen had in mind.
A Witch in Wolf Wood is perfect for fans of mystery, magic, slow-burn romance, and second chances. Pick up your copy of Book 1 (Mind Over Magic) today!
After battling witches, werewolves, and a crazy one-eyed rougarou with a vendetta, starting a business making magical charms should be easy.
At least, that’s what Morgen Keller thought.
But now she’s leased a haunted building, her cousin is dating the town’s scheming mayor, and Amar—AKA the handsome werewolf she’s been dating—is embroiled in what could be the final showdown between two rival werewolf packs.
If his pack doesn’t come out on top, she could lose her lover, her business partner, and the only guy willing to catch mice for her snooty owl familiar.
Why did Morgen ever think life in the small town of Bellrock would be simple?
Morgen Keller’s life has been chaotic since she inherited her grandmother’s old house—and her legacy as a witch.
Werewolves regularly attack her, familiars spy on her, and enemies she didn’t ask for keep lighting her property on fire.
Through everything, she’s been fortunate to have one steadfast ally: Amar.
The lone werewolf is a fearsome fighter, a loyal protector, and he’s sexy in nothing but a magical talisman.
Just as Morgen and Amar overcome most of her problems and officially start dating, trouble from his past arrives in town. The powerful enemy who long ago slew his parents has come to finish off the family.
As strong as Amar is, he may not be able to handle his old nemesis alone. But will he let Morgen help? And is it within her fledgling power as a witch to do so?
Thanks to her grandmother’s legacy, Morgen Keller has spent the summer learning about her witch heritage. She’s also spent the summer falling for the sexy werewolf next door.
As an unemployed divorcée, she never expected to find love again, but the gruff Amar has been her protector since she arrived in Bellrock. He’s fierce, loyal, strong, and he hardly ever rolls his eyes at her vegetarian ways. He’s a keeper.
There’s just one problem:
Witches and werewolves are mortal enemies.
When her mentor turns her back on her, and the coven delivers an ultimatum, Morgen must choose between her heritage and the man—the werewolf—she’s falling in love with.
The dragons of eld, once benevolent allies to mankind, have been infested by a magical parasite that makes them cruel and aggressive. They’ve flown through the ancient portal to invade Torvil and plan to kill or enslave all of humanity.
If Jak and his allies can’t figure out how to destroy the parasite, a parasite the powerful dragons themselves were helpless to thwart, everyone they care about—everyone in the world—will be doomed.
Since Morgen Keller arrived in the small town of Bellrock, she’s learned that magic is real, fought battles with werewolves, and managed to turn the local witches into enemies. As an introverted database programmer, she’s not equipped to handle any of this.
Fortunately, she has an ally: the fearsome werewolf Amar.
Unfortunately, one of the witches branded him and can take control of him whenever she wishes.
To have a chance of freeing her werewolf ally, Morgen must learn to harness the power she inherited from her grandmother. She may also have to find a familiar, confront a powerful witch, and admit that she has feelings for Amar. What could go wrong?
At least… I’d like to think so. But when the coffee shop I’m a co-owner of gets bombed, our youngest employee goes missing, and the entire elven family I didn’t know I had shows up for a visit, my wedding preparations take an alarming turn.
Oh, and did I mention that Zav’s clan is coming to the wedding? Dozens of dragons flying into the Seattle area. What could possibly go wrong?
Our heroes have escaped with the ancient dragon gate, rekindling their hope of finding allies on other worlds, but powerful enemies are right behind them.
Unfortunately, Jak and Jadora must decipher the gate’s secrets before they can use it.
That’s a difficult task with mages from numerous kingdoms hunting them, Lord Malek stalking Jadora through magical dreams, and a new threat lurking deep within the jungle.
Faced by overwhelming odds, Jak and Jadora may be forced to work with the only man who can keep them alive: Malek.
But what price will they have to pay for his protection?
That’s about to change.
Thanks to the fact that I’m dating a powerful dragon, I can get a ride to the dwarven home world, and we’re going to research the sword's roots. Not that I care much about its history, mind you, but several allies and enemies have suggested it can do a lot more than whack things. Considering the magical bad guys I fight are always stronger, faster, and more powerful than I am, I need every advantage I can get.
There’s just one problem: a half-dwarf thief has shown up and says she’s the rightful heir to the sword.
I want to believe it’s a scam and can’t possibly be true, but I didn’t get the sword in the most legitimate manner. If I have to give it up, I might not be able to do my job anymore, and just as bad, I’ll be a target for all the bad guys who have been waiting for an opportunity to take me down.