Folk Haven Series
Seduced by a Selkie
Folk Haven Book 1
2022 HOLT Medallion Finalist
All Delta needs is a cozy home, an odd dog, and a coffee shop with good wifi. She does not need a shifter bent on seduction.
Delta Novac hates her house on Lake Galen. The old place in the small town of Folk Haven is a reminder of her father’s mental decline in the last few years of his life. She’s just come to town to clear the thing out and get it ready to sell. Delta never even planned to dip a toe in the water until a prone body floating has her diving in to save the swimmer.
A selkie will know their mate when they are rescued.
Calder MacNamara wasn’t in need of saving, but he certainly appreciates the effort. Especially when the hands on his bare skin warm him to his core. The moment he meets the woman’s piercing stare, his gut tells him she’s his fated mate. But he soon finds that if Delta feels anything toward him, it’s annoyance. Accidentally insulting her dog doesn’t help his case.
With Delta’s focus on the road out of town, Calder scrambles to discover what, if anything, could make her stay. He’s willing to use all means of pleasure at his disposal to convince his mate that Folk Haven is the perfect place to call home. Especially if you’re a mythical creature.
Sucker for a Siren
Folk Haven Book 2
Neri wants a new home, a good book, and a freshly baked bear claw. She does not want a shifter getting sassy with her because she saved his life.
Seamus MacNamara may be a mythical creature, but that doesn’t mean he has to believe all those legends about selkies and finding their fated mates. Specifically, that his mate will rescue him. Complete nonsense. If he is going to ask a woman out, he’ll do it because he likes her personality, not because she saves his life. Problem is, the barista Seamus has tried his hardest to flirt with ends up rescuing him from a potentially embarrassing death.
What would a siren want with a selkie, anyway?
Neri Onassis may have thought Seamus was cute at first, but when he freaks out after her acting the badass hero, her tiny crush evaporates. Good thing, because she needs to put all her brain power toward figuring out her new life in Folk Haven, the mythic-filled town next to Lake Galen. After an awkward break up with both a man and her parents, Neri left her old life behind, determined to figure out what kind of person, and siren, she wants to be. An ungrateful selkie is only a distraction.
But in a small town, the two continue to cross paths, and Seamus finds himself giving in to the call of the siren’s intelligence and humor. After a passionate encounter, the selkie wonders if the gods had the pairing right all along. But Seamus can’t rely on fate when Neri refuses to even consider mating the man who ran from her in the first place.
Swearing at a Sea Monster
Folk Haven Book 3
Moira enjoys a well-run town, cozy mystery novels, and swimming in the ocean. She does not enjoy being in the same room as a handsome sea monster.
Moira MacNamara cannot stand Levi Abadi, and it has nothing to do with the fact that he’s a literal monster. Who cares that the man can transform into a terrifying beast? The truly bothersome things are how he ambushes her in council meetings and wants to demolish her prime real estate on Lake Galen. Plus, there’s the whole history of his father stealing a precious selkie pelt from her family. Moira will go so far as to enter a dangerous magical competition just to win an argument against the infuriating monster.
He'll make the busybody selkie back down, whatever it takes.
Levi is only months from the grand opening of his luxury spa, and he does not need literal duels happening on the vacant property next door. The stubborn selkie owner of the land knows just as well as he does that the ground is steeped in toxic magic, and bad things will continue to happen if no one clears out the evil vibes. Problem is, when Moira comes up with a plan, Levi somehow gets roped in as her assistant. Fine. As long as this means there’s nothing bothering his future customers during their relaxation.
On the pair’s quest to cleanse the lakeside property, the two mythical enemies find themselves on common ground. Ground they lay down on, roll around on, and maybe lose a few pieces of clothing on. But secrets of the past and new dangers to the town of Folk Haven threaten a fragile romance between the selkie and the sea monster...
Shelter for a Shifter
Folk Haven Book 4
All Ame asks for is the right spell, a full moon, and a cooperative cat. She does not ask for a naked werewolf.
Ame Shelly has been searching through grimoires for years, hoping to find a way to save her cat companion. A feline she’s ninety-six percent sure is a man stuck in the wrong form. When Ame and her sister start their own magical library in the small town of Folk Haven, the witch finally discovers an incantation that could free her friend. At least, she thinks Bee the cat is her friend. He hasn’t run away from her since the night she discovered him injured in the woods. Plus, Bee doesn’t growl at her the way he does with everyone else …
Bee wants revenge.
Bee is not a cat, his name is not Bee, and he is not happy.
Hard for a Harpy
Folk Haven Book 5
Zara plans on finding a magical mate, starting a small family, and living a quiet life as a harpy in the town of Folk Haven. She does not plan on dating a sensual witch who hates magic.
When Zara’s ex messes up her chance for happily ever after, she decides to organize her approach to love. The best way to find the perfect mythical partner in life is through a thorough research and vetting process. But once she finds the right man to spend the rest of her life with, there’s the problem of seducing him. But maybe the hot new witch in town can give her a helpful boost…
Anthony Shelly avoids all things magical, but when his three siblings move to the mythic-filled town of Folk Haven, he settles in for a long visit. And what better way to pass his time than flirting with a tightly wound harpy in need of a little fun? When she asks him for a favor that would have him in her bed for a few months, the answer is an easy yes.
But as Zara uses Anthony’s temptation skills to find herself a mate, the magic-rejecting witch can’t help wondering if he could be the one to make her dreams come true instead …
Folk Haven Stories
A Selkie's Secret
Folk Haven Book .5
She's here to claim her mate. So, why is she looking at his best friend?
Isla Brown saw the will of the Gods when they revealed her fated partner at the age of sixteen. But who needs to rush into a mating that young? Older now, Isla has returned to her childhood home on Lake Galen and is ready to build a life with her selkie mate. But she's having trouble concentrating on that goal with a certain human constantly staring at her. And making her laugh. And tempting her to stray from her fated path.
The night he almost killed her, he discovered her secret.
Finn Hammond knows Isla is a selkie. He also knows that he doesn't deserve her. Not after an almost fatal mistake he made years ago. But when they both find themselves at a lake side party, Finn can't help mooning over her the way he has since they were in highschool together. And when she offers him the opportunity to dive deep into a single night of passion, he can't find the will to walk away.
But a new day brings honesty, and when secrets are revealed, both Isla and Finn must choose a different future.
Mooning Over a Monster
Folk Haven Book 3.5
Satine expects to spend a lonely life on the shores of Lake Galen. She does not expect a charming bear shifter with a monster crush.
Satine lives in the small town of Folk Haven, a place full of mythical creatures. But even among shifters and sirens and dragons, she's still seen as odd. Because Satine is a monster. With no human face to wear out in the world, she has to live hidden in her house on a remote corner of Lake Galen, alone most days other than the friends she has online.
Alone until a bear shifter delivery man takes interest in her…
Can Mahon convince Satine to come out from the shadows? Can she break down her walls to accept the passion he offers? Or will Satine also hide from love?
Devoted to a Dragon
Folk Haven Book 3.6
All Lee longs for is to return home, find his mate, and not disrupt her life. He does not long for a front-row seat to her happily ever after with someone else.
Lee fell in love with Esme when they were both teenagers, but he was unceremoniously ripped from her life and dropped in the middle of an Antarctic dragon colony. Now, years later, he has found his way back to the small magical town of Folk Haven and the harpy he never stopped loving. But he’s a different man than he used to be, inside and out. Will Esme recognize him? Will she still want him?
Or will his sudden reappearance ruin her life?