Charmed by the Alien Vampire Firemen (Alien Vampires 1)
When Ember’s apartment burns down, two alien firemen offer her their guesthouse. As love grows between them, the world closes in. In order to save them, she will have to give up everything she knows.
Serenaded by the Alien Vampire Rock Star (Alien Vampires 2)
After Irene accidentally discovers rock star Ace Hendrix’s big secret, she wakes up in his bedroom without any memory of how she got there. Ace knows they’re meant to be together. He doesn’t care what the paparazzi says, he has to have her in his life no matter the cost.
Planted by the Alien Vampire Scientist (Alien Vampires 3)
Abigail goes hiking with her sister, she never expected she’d walk right into a seven-foot-tall green alien. She doesn’t want to give up her life on Earth, but she might not have a choice if she wants to be with Jaril.
Souped Up by the Alien Vampire Mechanic (Alien Vampires 4)
Melony Pike is stranded on a distant planet with her sister, Abigail, and her alien mate. She knows they can’t return to Earth, but she sure isn’t looking for a green alien mate. But Brax is a fixer, an alien mechanic, and he’ll do whatever’s necessary to protect the woman he knows is his.
Praise for Alien Vampires
"...fairly quick reads and have a nice amount of spice."
-- Kymagirl, Amazon Review
"They are romantic, easy to read..."
-- Fran B, Amazon Review
"...fairly short and quick reads that are steamy and sexy. Plenty of action and heat to go around. The stories are good with strong and likable characters."
-- 4 Stars from Mary S., Kobo Review
"There is action, adventure and sizzling chemistry in these stories that kept me entertained."
-- 5 Stars from SEng, Barnes & Noble Review
"They were quick, easy and enjoyable reads. Not your stereotypically average vampires and there was a good mix of action, romance and steam."
-- 5 Stars from FayJ, Barnes & Noble Review
Praise for Planted by the Alien Vampire Scientist (Vampire Aliens 3)
"A good story. Kept me interested until the end."
-- 4 Stars from Nina Diab, Amazon Review
"This is a fun alien vampire romance. I liked it. It's unusual and engaging... with some likable characters."
-- 4 Stars from Marianne K., Amazon Review
Praise for Souped Up by the Alien Vampire Mechanic (Alien Vampires 4)
"I enjoyed this story very much. The aliens are not the usual we might expect, but they have some interesting characteristics. Grab your copy and see whether Brax and Melony are heading for their own HEA – and if they live long enough to claim it."
-- 5 Stars from Emily Pennington, Amazon Review
"Their story has suspense, drama, danger, and romance. The story is well written and kept me turning pages."
-- 5 Stars from Babs, Amazon Review
"While looking for a refreshing storyline, I found this book definitely hit that mark. It’s a short fun read. It was a unique twist on vampirism but with an alien setting."
-- Emmeline, Amazon Review
"This was an entertaining read full of suspense, drama, danger and fab chemistry. I enjoyed this fast paced story and the main characters striving for an HEA."
-- 5 Stars from LBing, BN.com Review
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Excerpt from Charmed by the Alien Vampire Firemen
The smell of smoke clung to her clothes even after washing. She stared at the remnants of what used to be her apartment. Everything she owned lay under the debris and waterlogged rubble.
The flames had started on the floor below her. She’d gotten out of there by the skin of her teeth -- the firemen had woken her up. The fire alarms in the building hadn’t gone off nor had the sprinklers. After her complaints to the landlord, nothing had been done to get them fixed. Former tenants’ trash filled the basement -- a fire hazard waiting to happen.
Ember, like the other tenants, needed to move forward with her life. She could sleep on Anne’s couch for as long as she wanted. However, Anne lived in a one-bedroom apartment. A set of sliding doors separated the living room from the bedroom. Ember’s mind raced all night to plan how she would get on with her life. Thankfully, Gus hadn’t been a dick and told her he would look after the restaurant until she got back on her feet.
“You shouldn’t be here. It’s very unsafe.”
Ember glanced up. Faded jeans hugged toned legs. He wore a white T-shirt with “1 F 7” on the upper left chest. Symbolic flames bracketed the numbers. Shaggy blond hair covered his ears. Intense blue eyes flecked with green stared at her. Something about those eyes looked familiar. Defined cheekbones carved a long line down to his strong jaw and a chin with a small cleft. His lopsided smile made her blush and pull her gaze from him.
“Everything I owned was in here.” She gestured to what used to be her home. “I thought I might be able to find something.” Ember didn’t recognize the total stranger because she knew all her neighbors by sight. “If it’s so unsafe, why are you here?”
“I’m the idiot who lost his extra pair of gloves. This was the last fire I worked, and they’re not on the truck. I’ve looked everywhere else, so this is the place they should be.”
“Wait. Fire? You’re one of the firemen who helped me out of my apartment.”
His neck turned pink. “Yeah, no big deal. Comes with the job.”
Emotion overwhelmed her. Ember launched herself into his arms and hugged him. The fireman stiffened. Waking up to the heat, with the smoke all around her, when strange men burst into her bedroom hit her once more. She tightened her arms around him as tears burned her eyes. She pressed her face into his shoulder.
“Hey, it’s okay.” He patted her back.
She wiped her eyes and turned away, embarrassed by the display. “Sorry. It’s a big deal. You and your partner got me out of there.”
“You should’ve heard your smoke alarms going off.”
“They didn’t go off, and I sleep like the dead.”
“The most important thing is you got out.”
Ember nodded. “Yeah. Guess so. Hey, is there some way I can thank you for what you did?”
“It’s part of the job. No thanks needed. I should really look for my gloves.”
Ember sighed as the man stepped away and focused on the burnt rubble. She scrutinized the pile to look for his gloves, but all she could make out were yellowed melted bits of plastic, the shapes of gutted furniture, and the demolished walls. Nothing of what he wanted was in the wreckage, and nothing remained of her life there either. All she had was the restaurant and her friend’s couch. The fireman poked at the debris with his boot.
“Isn’t it too dangerous for you to be rooting around?” Ember asked.
He picked up a piece of metal, examined it, and then threw it back into the pile. He ran his fingers along his face and streaked it black. She bit her lip and held in a laugh.
“You have a couple of stripes on your face.”
He gave her a lopsided smile. “Hazard of the job.”