In a fantasy version of an old-fashioned cake walk, a beautiful young witch wins the big green man of her dreams.
Kate Cauldron is a witch—and she’s lonely. At a country fair, she signs up for the Pumpkin Walk, a strange ancient contest that matches couples who’ve given up finding the right partner on their own. But little does Kate know what fate has in store for her. When a big green goblin is chosen as her mate, there’s no turning back. She’s his for life!
A summer solstice tradition offers a war hero the chance to find a wife and a young woman the opportunity to settle on a planet.
Summer Solstice on a distant planet provides adventure, romance, and mystery for two, star-crossed lovers.
On the planet Celtarae, Fearghal Tor looks forward to the Solstice celebration known as Solas na Gréine. Of all the galactic denizens allowed to attend, those from the Earth ship USS Inis Mór will be most welcomed. While providing a needed break from routine, this is still just one more celebration for him—until he gets a look at one of the Inis Mór’s botanists.
Lt. Kara Wayland knows she has a few short days to celebrate shore leave, and collect rare plant specimens before she leaves Celtarae forever. She never expected to experience adventure, the love of a big green dragon, or sultry summer nights with a man everyone calls Fear.
Somewhere between the sun and the planet’s surface, Fate looks at two people and smiles. Sometimes, it just takes one summer day to bind two hearts.
Jake Collins is a firefighter with his eye on a prize—his subordinate’s sister. She’s got rules about dating anyone in a hazardous profession or any of her brother’s buddies. Still, Jake isn’t deterred. He’s a man on a mission.
Coy McLeary has relatives employed in every dangerous profession imaginable. Knowing anything can happen, she restricts her love life to those not involved in anything considered risky. When a big firefighter makes a move in her direction, it should be easy enough to turn the guy down. But what seems easy in theory is tougher when the real, wonderful thing is right up in your face.
What’s a woman to do?