Ten tales of Seasonal Magic from your favorite Changeling authors!
Reindeer Sex Games by Lacey Savage: When a dead-ringer for Santa Claus barges into the room claiming Nikki has ruined Christmas, she's got a lot of explaining to do...
Ribboned by Megan Slayer: Raven Elf has his sights set on Daria. The hard part is convincing her that their connection is meant to last.
Mistletoe Madness by Mikala Ash: An ancient tradition on a new world. Will it bring love or disaster?
Hearth and Home by Ayla Ruse: Will the sparks between the three be enough to create a happily ever after this Christmas Eve?
Valentine's Vow by Willa Okati: True love comes where you're least looking for it... and where it's been, all along.
Ticket to Ride by Ana Raine: Addison never thought he'd be into kinky sex, but he'd do anything to please Taylor.
Cupid Gone Weird by Stephanie Burke: Cupid only wants a little revenge on Chris Cringle, but no one can really tell what will happen when Cupid Goes Weird.
Special Order by Sean Michael: Brad bakes some special cupcakes to spicing up his and Sandy's love life. It just might be a very happy Christmas this year.
Ribbons and Lace by Anne Kane: All Leonardo wants for Christmas is a sexy little elf!
A Gift for Wulf by Marteeka Karland: To protect her beloved forest, can Nadia gift herself to Wulf the Feared?
Publisher's Note: The novellas in A Changeling For All Seasons 7 (Box Set) have been previously published.
Praise for Reindeer Sex Games
"...a seriously a very well written, fun romp for Christmas. Very hot. I wanted to go out and jump in a snow bank. That kind of hot and steamy."
-- 5 Stars from Shandy Jo, Dark Divas Reviews
Praise for Ribboned
"This is a fast-paced story that is filled with several sizzling sexual encounters between the two main characaters. I liked Daria. She is intelligent and very sassy."
-- Janie Esparza, The Romance Studio
Praise for Hearth and Home
"I thoroughly enjoyed reading about the sexual encounters between Nikki, Kobol and Braun and loved how adventurous Nikki is right from the beginning. There's no shyness or discomfort in her sexual desires and I think that alone is something enviable."
-- 4.5 Blue Ribbons from Chrissy Dionne, Romance Junkies
Praise for Valentine's Vow
"Ms. Okati created a relationship that was so typical of life that I just had to grin... A sensual tale of love, even if the men involved are too stubborn to admit it. Highly recommended."
-- Sara Sawyer, The Romance Studio
"...fun, sinfully erotic, unforgettable...hilarious. Hats off to Willa for getting Valentine's Day started with a bang!"
-- Ayden Delacroix, In the Library Review
Praise for Ticket to Ride
"...a wickedly delightful gay romance that somehow manages to instill a feeling of nervous anticipation for the reader. I know it's marketed as a Christmas story but in reality it's a fun title to read any time of year."
-- 4.5 Ribbons from Chrissy Dionne, Romance Junkies
Praise for Cupid Gone Weird
"The unique set up Ms. Burke presented was enchanting, and fresh. I enjoyed my brief glimpse into her world, and I'm longing for more."
-- Shyla, Romancing the Book Reviews
Praise for Special Order
"If you like sweet stories about established couples, if you enjoy reading about 'special Christmas magic' bringing out the bets in two men who are deeply in love, and if you're looking for a Christmas-flavored read that is as hot as it is sweet, then you will probably like this short story."
-- Serena Yates, Rainbow Book Reviews
"I loved this story. It has everything I look for when it comes to reading an erotic romance. The lovemaking between them was very physical, but it also held an emotional tone to it that really captured the essence that these two men were really in love."
-- 4.5 Kisses from Gabbi, Top 2 Bottom Reviews
Praise for Ribbons and Lace
"...a fast paced romance full of heat, heart and no small amount of angst. I loved the playfulness between this couple and the genuine respect they seem to have for each other -- and really adored the climatic ending."
-- 4.5 Blue Ribbons from Chrissy Dionne, Romance Junkies
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A Changeling For All Seasons 7 (Box Set)
Lacey Savage, Megan Slayer, Mikala Ash, Ayla Ruse, Willa Okati, Ana Raine, Stephanie Burke, Sean Michael, Anne Kane, Marteeka Karland
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Excerpt from A Gift for Wulf
If ever there was a female who needed her ass spanked, Nadia the water nymph was it.
What the fuck was she playing at? She had him so wound up he could hardly keep his mind on anything but her. Who was she with? What the fuck was she doing? Just thinking about the fun-loving party girl she'd become put Wulf's teeth on edge.
Even now he could smell her. She was in the pool in the middle of the forest she always retreated to when she wanted privacy. Generally, Wulf left her alone when she was there, but her scent drew him to her this night. There was arousal. Anticipation. Was she waiting on a lover? The thought enraged him.
Of all the places Wulf needed to be, this wasn't one. He'd long ago resolved to leave Nadia alone despite the arranged marriage. He was the guardian of the forest, whether or not the five-hundred-year covenant was fulfilled. Enemies would always be looking for a weakness in him to exploit and Wulf wasn't taking that kind of chance with Nadia. Regardless of what he'd said to her when she was a child, it was never about her being weak. It was about his own weakness. If he let his enemies know how much she meant to him, she'd be targeted and the security of the forest compromised.
To his shame, Wulf found he was more worried about the former than the latter.
* * *
Nadia broke the surface of her favorite heated pool, her long, blue-green hair trailing behind her like silken seaweed. She knew he watched. She felt his eyes on her as surely as if he were standing in front of her, devouring her with his gaze.
With infinite care, Nadia glided through the water to the sunning rock. She wanted her body shown to its best advantage to further entice him from the shadows. Wrapped in red velvet, the bow settling between her breasts, Nadia knew she looked exactly like the gift she intended herself to be. Flipping her hair back, she let it cascade from the rock to pool in the water as she lay down. The action also thrust her breasts upward as if in tribute to the sun god. In truth, they were all for him.
Wulf. Gods, she hoped this worked. Nervous anticipation seeped into her, magnifying her arousal. Yet there was that little bit of uncertainty. What if he were only disgusted with her yet again? Would the woman fare better than the girl had?
Nadia lay with one leg bent, the other hanging from the rock to let her big toe dangle in the water, sending ripples over the surface. Steam slowly drifted up into the cool night air, surrounding her in a veil of mist. Still, she knew Wulf would have a view of her glistening sex. Would he scent the moisture gathered there? Would he know it was all for him?
As if she'd conjured him with her wicked thoughts, a large shadow fell across her, blocking the moon. She knew before looking up who stood before her. Wulf. The most feared creature in the Magical Forest. Should she fear him as well?
"Do you enjoy lying all sprawled out for every man in the blasted forest to lust after you, water nymph?" His voice was edged with controlled fury. Fists clenched and unclenched at his sides as if he couldn't decide whether or not to strangle her with his bare hands.
Nadia smiled and stretched, her breasts, wrapped in red velvet, a conscious offering to his hungry male gaze. All he had to do was untie the bow... "Not every man, Wulf the Feared. Only you."
He narrowed his eyes, his jaw clenching as his gaze raked over her. "You've wrapped yourself so that it invites a man to unwrap you," he murmured.
"Perhaps that's what I intended," she answered, though she knew he hadn't expected her to. "Wouldn't you like to unwrap me?"