Author: Angela McPherson, Cheryl McIntyre, Christine Zolendz, D. Nichole King, Laura Thalassa, Lynn Vroman, Magan Vernon, Sunniva Dee
Publisher by: Independent
Published on: July 1, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance, Paranormal Romance
Superheroes. Save the world and protect mankind.
But what's beneath the cape? Behind the mask? Under the steel-plated façade?
Eight bestselling New Adult romance authors have come together to bring you seven stories about superheroes and what it takes to win their hearts. From the skies, to the cities, to the ocean, our superheroes face death, fight villains, conquer evil and—
The world is full of heroes. Every-day men and women who risk their lives for the sake of others—for life, liberty, freedom, and justice. Often these men and women are wounded—physically or mentally—in the line of duty. Therefore, we have created this anthology with the sole purpose of benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project.
Because heroes should never be forgotten.
Created with the sole purpose of benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.
Only available through September 30th.
Reaping Angels by Laura Thalassa
The Executioner’s touch can kill.
Angel’s can heal.
A villain and a hero. One who stood for death, and the other for life. Mortal enemies until the impossible happened.
And now, a manhunt.
Cat Love by Sunniva Dee
A sexy thriller about the animal in all of us.
Aidan uses his superpower to stabilize minds at the Hollyreed Specialist Hospital. Ulani uses hers to chase rats on rooftops. Until she’s caught and deposited in Aidan’s care.
At the hospital, Aidan finds Ulani’s room empty—save for a cat, whose fur retracts in favor of silky skin and a vamp-gorgeous femme fatale.
Aidan’s obsession with Ulani grows, while patients go missing.
Making the couple use their powers to bring criminals to justice.
Gypsy Love by Angela McPherson & Lynn Vroman
For two hundred years, Adrian vowed to seek revenge against the Gypsy woman who bound his spirit for eternity.
The one man Mia wants only exists in dreams.
Until he doesn’t.
The curse may be broken, but not without a price.
One love must end for another to begin.
The Only Difference by Magan Vernon
The Only Difference between a hero and a villain is what they do with their power.
Leonel “Short Stack” Garcia-Shapiro’s life changed the night he decided to stop one of his fraternity brothers from taking advantage of a girl. Now he can’t stop thinking of that girl and how he can save her.
Heroes by Christine Zolendz
Kelly Black can’t believe she’ll be the new teaching assistant to Alexander Masters. The Alexander Masters—the head of the entire biology department. As soon as they begin to work together sparks fly and danger swirls around them.
Breaking Through by D. Nichole King
Two years after her brother Nate died during a Navy operation, aquator Nautia Olson’s nightmares began, and her ability to manipulate water became erratic. Anger, fear, joy, desire—they all trigger disaster.
Now, the Navy wants her for a top-secret mission, but Captain Riley Barton has his reservations. He’s read her file. He knows the damage she’s capable of, and yet—
If he can harness her ability—break through her walls—
She’ll be unstoppable.
Villain by Cheryl McIntyre
How can you tell a hero from a villain?
If you’re Ember Willis and the villain is Lanely Frost, you can’t.
How can you tell a superhero from a delusional young woman?
If you’re Lanely Frost and the woman is Ember Willis, you don’t care.
For both, finding the balance between right and wrong and love and lust are not the only battles they’ll face.
Book 3: Gypsy Love by Angela McPherson and Lynn Vroman
“First things first.” I went to her dresser, pulled out a T-shirt and sweats, and tossed them to her. “You’ve got to cut me a damn break.”
Mia caught the clothes with a grin, that treacherous robe revealing more skin. “You’re sure?”
“No, but…look, I’m trying to be a gentleman. Humor me.”
She headed to the bathroom, mumbling, “My dream and he calls the shots.”
As the door slammed, I laughed. The woman had strength, intelligence, and beauty. The perfect trifecta.
Miryah’s face flashed through my mind, especially her anger as she plunged the dagger into my chest. From witnessing firsthand her ability to suck me into a dream, Mia had that kind of power, too, more than any other Kotorara I’d seen. Maybe even more than Miryah.
A warning shot through me as she walked back into the room, a shy smile lighting her face. Hopefully Mia didn’t have her ancestor’s taste for revenge.
“So, here’s the deal. If I have to change, so do you.” Mia chucked a wad of clothes at me.
I barely caught them. “Excuse me?”
“Listen, I love the whole pirate thing you’ve got going on, but seriously, you look like you just stepped off the cover of a romance novel.”
“Ah, what?” I looked down at my breeches and shirt then held up the sweats and T-shirt. “And where did you get men’s clothes?”
“My dream, my rules, remember?” She raised her brow. “Unless you changed your mind? I have no problem getting naked.”
She’d be the death of me. Again. “Not fair.”
“No one said anything about fair. Go change, and then come on back so we can have our little meet-and-greet.”
I grinned and headed to the bathroom. Gypsy magic.