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Glow -- the band with more than a little paranormal element to its stage presence. Meet the guys in the band...
* Zac "Iceman" Frost controls the stage with the band Glow. Atria controls fire. She's everything he needs... if he can withstand the burn.
* Being away from Luc is killing Tay. What's a guy to do when his lover is the very air he breathes?
* Tallulah's nothing like what Ike wants, but everything he needs...
* Slash Gunderson's place behind the drums for Glow is a dream come true. But can he accept his need for kink and the man who makes his heart beat?
* Ansen keeps feelings out of the equation -- until he meets Willow, who lives in the shadows and keeps the band's fan site.
* Pixie wants more, including the sexy radio jock she met at a Glow concert. That is, if he's up for grabs.
* Callum knew the moment he met Sarah she was the woman for him. But life in the band took him away. Now he's back... to stay?
This Box Set contains the previously published titles Fire Woman, The Air I Breathe, Wrapped Around, Down to Earth, Here Without You, Wild Flower, Christmas Glow, and Sweet and Wild.
Praise for Fire Woman
"I liked the interaction between Atria and Zac. I could almost feel the sexual tension between them."
-- Janie Esparza, The Romance Studio
"This is a romance with bite... I hope this is the beginning of a long and enjoyable ride with Megan Slayer's stories."
-- Foxglove, Whipped Cream Reviews
Praise for Wrapped Around
"I really love how Ms. Slayer combines the magic of Christmas with paranormal elements and makes it all feel entirely plausible."
-- 4 Blue Ribbons from Chrissy, Romance Junkies
"I love the unique mix of fantasy and reality Ms Slayer brings to her stories, and this one is no different. This is a great short read and something to warm up a cold winter night."
-- 4.5 Stars from Foxglove, Long and Short Reviews