Vampires? Hell, no.
Five years ago, my world was turned upside down when my husband and sons disappeared without a trace. I mourned, I searched, and when I got no answers, I began to prepare. Nobody would catch me vulnerable again.
I was wrong to think my life couldn’t get any crazier. Now there’s two vampires at my door telling me my missing family wasn’t human…and neither am I.
I have a chance to regain everything I’ve lost. But first, I have to find the truth about my heritage. All while fighting the overwhelming attraction I have for my missing husband’s best friends.
No matter what, my mourning is done. My life is in my control again. And I will burn the world to the ground to get my family back.
Please note, The Unseen War Series is a polyamorous love story featuring a strong woman, danger at every corner, and adult themes written for an adult audience. You might want to have a fan ready to cool yourself down when you read this…or not. You were warned.
Several months after the heartbreaking events in the ruins of the Isla Del Sol, all Riley wants is to resolve her complicated past and move on with life. Pregnant, married, and safe, she never expects to be kidnapped while on vacation with her husbands.
Her kidnappers open her eyes to a dangerous threat to her baby’s entire existence. Her children’s safety is her top priority, and Riley will stop at nothing to achieve it. Is she strong enough to save her family?
Jen Johnson loved to read about supernatural creatures. She’d always dreamed of climbing into the pages of her books to become a vampire or werewolf. Imagine her surprise when she almost dies falling down the steps of the courthouse, only to save herself by turning into a flying dragon.
It’s a dream come true, right?
Alexander, leader of all of the Fae—actually, they prefer Dannan, thank you—and his cousin Roan try to help her acclimate to her new life, but it isn’t until she meets Doryu, a gorgeous Sárkány shifter that things start to get interesting.
And what is going on in the town? Some of those people aren’t what they seem. If Jen sticks her nose where it doesn’t belong, maybe she’ll get some answers the Unseen world needs. And maybe her nosiness will only get her heartache.