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Sunday, February 5, 2017

Two more Night Warriors books RE-RELEASED!



Bearing Armen (Night Warriors, Warriors #3) by Brenna Lyons
paranormal vampire action M/M and M/F erotic romance anthology
171319 words, 957 pages
$5.99 in ebook

Armens are known for two things--crafting the finest blades in the Warrior world and falling for saved, hard and fast. It's one of the few Warrior-rich ranges, but printing is rarely easy.

James Armen's only wish is a home and family. Beth Havens is a widow with twin little girls. She never imagined life with a vampire hunter. He never dreamed that he'd be blessed with daughters.

Devon vowed to do anything to have Michelle as mate. When he goes too far in the grips of printing madness, it's up to him to make peace somehow, even if that means serving her father, James Lord Armen.

Insubordinate. Bastard cursed. Felon. Scott Danvers has been called many things in his life, few of them favorable. Born to a blade chaser and hidden from the Warriors, Scott is nothing like his peers, from his blond-tipped hair and tattoos to his attitude.

Alyssa Bradley is a minefield, a Warrior widow, traumatized, alone and pregnant. But Daniel Hunter knows there's something beyond that, something his gut tells him is much worse.

Stevie has had a rough life. Terry has been attracted to men as long as he's been attracted to women, but he never followed through. Warriors of Armen tend to fall fast and hard for women they save, but it's not a woman that catches his attention and stokes his need to print.

Nothing in his training has prepared Corey for the Beast enclave he encounters. After three days in the hands of the Beasts, Hannah is scarred, blood weak, and suffering severe PTSD. The only person Hannah trusts is Corey. With the aid of the Stone in controlling his drives, can he help Hannah reclaim her life and her sexuality?
 
 
Hunter's Moon (Night Warriors, Warriors #4) by Brenna Lyons
paranormal vampire erotic romance action anthology
117007 words, 648 pages
$4.99 in ebook

"There were just a few little problems with tall, dark and sinfully-godlike. For one thing, he was bleeding all over himself."

Between Anna's death and Jayde's discovery, Haus Jager was a place of secrets. Who is Laura Briony? Why is she prized? How was Colin forced to choose his mate, and who is Jannelle Evans? How does Stephen eat his words? Did they ever have hope of finding Erin?

Three brothers who have no intention of mating and three women who find themselves targets of Veriel's inner circle are about to embark on the greatest challenge of their lives. Headstrong women are the bane of the Hunter men. Headstrong women who might help him claim Erin are targets for Veriel. The Mad Deceiver will stop at nothing to find Erin.

Stephanie is trouble, a lord's daughter who can never admit who and what she is. Her father's life depends on secrecy, but that is easier said than done.

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