The fourth and final book in the Turn Up the Heat series is here! It’s a standalone, but we see where the rest of the guys are in their relationships. In Turn Up the Heat, Mack and Cassie strike sparks off each other. She wins at soccer. He wins at pool.She’s a cop. He’s a firefighter. Who’s going to climb to the top of this relationship?
For a fun, rivals to lovers story between two people who are perfect for each other, don’t miss out on Turn Up the Heat.
Officer Cass Carmichael loves her job and does it well. Giving firefighter Mack Revere a speeding ticket after a warning was deserved. Knocking him off his feet in a soccer game? Beating him at darts, dominoes, and pool? Par for the course. Cass has always played to win. Yet when she fails to resist Mack’s kisses, she doesn’t mind losing.
Every time Cass sneers or jeers, Mack likes her a little bit more. For a firefighter, he’s a laid back guy in a profession that takes a lot of heart. Though he’s used to handling the heat, Cass makes him burn. But they both have concerns about their families and their futures, and Mack and Cass will need to decide if they should fan the flames between them or douse what might have been before one of them gets burned.
Powerful sea witch bewitching a vampire for power. Check.
Freeing said vampire from your crazy mother? Check.
And mate—when the spell backfires and now he thinks he loves you.
A stand-alone paranormal vampire romance from NYT bestseller Marie Harte, available in Kindle Unlimited.
Kaia has had it with her mother. Talk about touchy. Offend the sea witch and pay the price. Oy. Nearly sacrificing Kaia’s last boyfriend to a dark god had been totally unnecessary. And those deals her mother keeps making with demons to obtain more power? Not a healthy way to achieve balance.
To stop her mother from sacrificing some other poor sucker, Kaia sneaks into her mother’s lair and finds more intended sacrifices. But one of them has fangs.
Needing to get to safety before her mother returns and loses her mind, Kaia, a sea nymph, swims away with the vampire and soon learns he’s under a spell.
In order to cure him, she overrides her mother’s magic with her own, weak though it may be. But now this fanger—a freaking death-bringer who can swim like a merman—thinks he loves her. Curing Orion of the enchantment should have ended their association, but he’s still obsessed with her.
And for some reason, she’s obsessed with him as well. But the dark one to whom her mother promised a soul doesn’t care where it comes from. And since her mother has reneged on Orion, the dark one decides Kaia will do nicely in his place.