I wanted to take a minute to thank everyone who’s read/downloaded Love Potion No. 69 so much for making that orange tag happen. It’s my first but hopefully not the last.
I also want to thank Kris Jacen for both designing the cover and editing.
This previously appeared in the Between the Covers Anthology (no longer available) with Ann Lister, Elle Keaton, Kris Jacen, Lynn Michaels, SJ York, & TL Travis. So, a huge thanks to y’all for allowing me to write with you.
And if you haven’t got yours yet, you can get it HERE!
What doesn’t kill them, might chase them down the mountain
—and try again.
Austin leads a band of shifters and humans, but he doesn’t know if they’re getting away or getting in deeper. The secret government project, Operation Elevate, is in full force, and they’ve set Witch and a new kind of shifter out to bring the boys back. They may have given him his ability to shift and his new lover, Todd, but it’s up to him to protect what he has.
He had thought he could outrun them, but Austin might be running in the wrong direction.
Kyle Blyss lives to tear up the track on his motorcycle, and touring across Europe is unbelievable. Meeting up with his cousin, an Army Ranger, who he looks a lot like, only adds to his adventure. When he meets his cousin’s friends, Kyle is excited by the lust that pulses between him and the sexy CIA agent, and he’s eager to explore the connection.
Steve Dixon always wanted to be a superspy, so he joined the CIA. His current assignment is a counterterrorist joint task force, headquartered in Germany. When he meets his co-worker’s motorcycle riding cousin, he’s overwhelmed at their mutual attraction.
Then everything goes south.
A mistaken identity, the Delta Team rescue, and a bag of gummies lead Kyle and Steve to re-examine their careers, their love…and their lives.
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