All of the following novels can be read in any order and end in an HEA. (The numbers show the order for timeline purposes). They take place in the same world, so you'll find characters cross over from book to book. Each range in spice level, and some are darker than others. Check trigger warnings! You can find them in the front of the book.
This is the spin-off novella from Hells Bells & Demon Deals, and features Elise and Noah (side characters from Dark Halos and the HB&DD standalone series). It's a steamy, fun, quick read that is best enjoyed either before or after reading Obsidian Wings.
When I heard Pestilence—a horseman of the apocalypse—had been set free, I thought returning him to his crypt would be just another job. After all, that’s what watcher angels do—we protect humanity from the creatures that go bump in the night.
Everything changed the instant I locked eyes with her. The fiery red hair rolling in waves down her back and the freckles scattered across her cheeks stole the air from my lungs. I’d been awed by Earth’s wonders before, but she was different. And not just because she is a witch. There was something about the way she looked at me with those bright blue eyes—as if she could see right through me, deep into my very soul.
As much as I know I should walk away, that it's forbidden for angels to become entangled with humans… I can’t. The longer I stay on Earth, the more I feel for the woman, the closer I come to giving in to my temptations. Every stolen glance leaves me more dissatisfied. I want more than just her body—I want her.
First, I’ll have to save humanity, but after that, I’ll be forced to make a choice.
Do I walk the path of a good angel?
Or do I risk it all—including my grace—for a chance at loving her?
A witty heroine and a sexy, alpha-hole hero.
I'm Nora and in my entire afterlife, I never expected to be roommates with a possessive, cocky, sexy-as-sin vampire. Since I've been dead, no one has been able to see me, but that changed the second he stepped through the front door of my internal prison--aka my old house from before I flew the coop.
The man nearly dropped his blood bags when he stepped through the threshold to find me, chillin' in my panda PJs and eating imaginary cereal. Though Landon drives me bat-shit crazy, it's nice to have a friend, and pushing his buttons isn't all bad. There's something about the anger that burns behind those cerulean blue eyes that just does it for me.
He’s dark, mysterious, maniacal, and downright wrong. Yet, the more he pisses me off, the more my heart warms for him. It shouldn't work that way, but his stupid vampire mumbo-jumbo has my lady bits dusting out the cobwebs. Thank God the logistics won’t work... Or will they?
It's steamy, knock-your-socks-off funny, and will leave you dreaming about bad boys with fangs for a long time to come
“You thought it wise to run from me?” he says. There’s not a lick of malice in his tone. Instead, he almost sounds intrigued that I’d dare such a thing.
I don’t answer.
“That was a stupid move, love. I’m a vampire, and we enjoy the chase more than anything else. I’ll never hurt you, but I’ll always collect what’s owed to me and you made a deal.”
- Most highlighted quote from Must Love Humans by Amanda Aggie
My vampire mate…
At least, that’s who the mysterious man challenging me to a game of pool claims to be. The problem is, humans don’t have mates.
Mr. Tall, Dark, & Handsome, makes me a bet. If he beats me at pool, I have to go on a date with him, but if I win, I get all the money in his wallet.
Let’s be real, student loans are a bitch, so of course I’m going to take the deal. I’m a master at my craft, aka winning, and only a fool would turn down a wad of cash that size.