Layla thought she was nothing more than a nursing student drowning in debt. Her entire life upended itself on her twenty-fifth birthday when an incubus appeared in her living room. One spell book only she can read, a demon bound to her soul, and a family destiny dropped on her head.
Can a witch get a break?
As she studies the witchcraft entwined with her DNA, she stumbles upon dangerously hot men. Men that aren’t as human as they first appeared. But when she has to square off against a force that scares demons and angels, she’s going to need all the help she can get—both in and out of bed.
Coven of Desire is a paranormal reverse harem that ramps up the heat and body count with each book.
One bad boy demon for her birthday…
All Layla wanted was to spend her Halloween birthday alone. She never expected a nearly naked man in a red thong to appear out of nowhere in her living room. He calls himself Ink and insists he’s an incubus bound to her. Not about to fall for that, she plans to toss him out on his shiny butt when she remembers her friends kept hinting at a late birthday present. Layla fears they got her one hot session with a man built for sex. And it’s not nice to return a gift without trying it out…
In this steamy prequel to a paranormal reverse harem series, Layla learns that her entire life has been a lie and that sometimes a man who wants to answer her every desire is exactly what he appears to be.
Even witches have to eat.
Despite learning last that she has magic powers and there’s a gorgeous incubus living on her couch, Layla has to still play nice to belligerent customers at her retail job. To her shock, Ink appears while she’s in the middle of checking people out and refuses to leave. In this steamy short story, the customer can never be right against the might of a vengeful demon protecting his bond.
Retail Hell takes place after the events of Ink and before Claw in the Coven of Desire series by Ellen Mint.
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Second in my Coven of Desire series, Claw introduces you to Calvin Rollin.
Layla didn’t count on a sex demon appearing in her living room. Nor did she expect to find out she’s a witch tasked with protecting the mortal realm. And now her friend, fellow nursing student, and impossible crush could be a potential killer?
For a year, she’s silently lusted after Cal knowing a guy that hot, sweet, and kind wouldn’t look twice at her. All their flirting was innocent and went nowhere, until Ink—the incubus bound to her—ran into her life and bed. Next thing she knows Cal’s growling at her while Ink flirts, and women are being ripped apart by wild animals. Couldn’t the murder monster mystery wait until after finals?
She wanted to be a nurse not a paranormal investigator, but Layla has no choice. Apparently only witches can stop these creatures she didn’t even know existed a month ago. But the deeper she digs, the more it looks like Cal’s deep in the middle of it all. How can she save her friend from the claws of a cult, keep her sex-craved demon happy, and find a way to let both into her heart or bed?
After the death of his brother all Cal wants to feel is nothing. But between his witch girlfriend and her live-in incubus, he doesn’t have much choice. While on a run through the forest he comes across Layla being attacked by a snowman army. Life is anything but boring with her beside him. Cal would change damn near everything in his life except for Layla, give or take Ink.
Snow Print takes place after the events of Claw and before Fang in the Coven of Desire series by Ellen Mint.
Everyone who buys a copy of Fang will receive the short story Snow Print free. Set between the events of Claw and Fang in the Coven of Desire series, Cal’s struggling to overcome the loss in his life is interrupted by a snowman army.
Life is anything but when the monster remains in the mirror.
Cal is not doing well. After his past unraveled into unending torment, how could he? The one good in his life is Layla, even if she comes with a pain-in-the-haunches incubus. Dealing with Ink is just one more problem he’s content to ignore, until the werewolf problems he’s refused to face come for him.
A second pack is hunting him and they’re threatening his mother. Now Cal’s left with only the choice to travel back to Santa Fe and confront them, or lose the last family he has left. While a road trip with Layla sounds nice, Ink keeps driving a growing wedge between Calvin and his tenuous grasp on humanity. With the wolf at the door, Cal could risk everything good in his life to save his mom and a surprise from his past.
Hot? Check. Romantic? Double Check. Alive? Well…
Balancing school, work and two boyfriends is draining enough, but Layla is drowning in her witchcraft duties—literally. Monsters that she has to stop are flocking to her city and she thinks she knows why. But her impetuous incubus and winsome werewolf don’t believe her wild theory.
Spring break gives Layla time away from anatomy tests, but sends her to the public library in her quest to uncover the truth about the illusive Mr. White. She doesn’t know where to start until a mysterious stranger drops a book at her feet. Curious about the attractive man with a punk edge, Layla tries to chase after him, only for her hand to go straight through his shoulder.
Daniel Lu is not the drop-dead gorgeous librarian helping wayward students. He actually dropped dead five years before Layla was born. This wayward ghost forced to haunt the library needs her help to find his killer. Hunting down that man that shot Daniel thirty years ago leads Layla on a wild chase through the city and into the sights of a creature that could kill her with a snap of its claws.
She’s willing to risk it all to help the charming and well-read Daniel even while Ink laughs at her caring about a ghost. What kind of fool would fall for someone who’s little more than a whisper in the dark?
They’ve found her.
Layla’s life is a mess. Thanks to Ink’s big mouth, Cal knows that she knows about the big red wolf and he is pissed. She can’t find a way to bring Daniel back from death. Even worse, Ink seems to think that’s the perfect time to dissolve their bond. Naturally, the second she’s abandoned by her guys, the witch hunters strike.
After yet another argument between his bond and her wolf, Ink’s grown exhausted with their arrangement. He has every intention to break their bond and return to his old hunting ways until Layla goes missing at the hands of his greatest enemy. If they harm her, he’s on a one-way trip back to hell. Enraged, Ink enlists the help of both wolf and ghost to try and track her down. But the cursed hunters have learned. Anti-demon wards cover every surface of their underground lair. His only hope to save her is by wearing a cloak of mortality.
For the first time in his existence, Ink not only knows pain but the true threat of death.
When Layla arrives in the Witch Hunters’ bureau Detective Stone comes to her not with a torch but a job offer. If she doesn’t agree to work with them, then she’ll die. How will she escape from a trap-filled dungeon crammed with already captures monsters? Are her guys hunting for her, or is she truly alone? And why does Stone make her blood boil in all the wrong ways?
If she gets out of this alive, there will be hell to pay.
Layla’s life is hell. She could really use an angel.
After a month and no sign of the witch hunters, Layla thought her life was in the clear. A gigantic werewolf has different plans. As if her life being threatened by a mad werewolf isn’t enough, the world seems to be ending. At least that’s what an impossible, deadly-to-gaze-upon angel living underground claims.
Layla is tasked to find whatever is ripping tears in the realms, causing creatures to appear and unravel everything in the world. Good thing she has an angel by her side. Garavel may not be a technical angel despite having white wings and a golden glow, but he’s sweeter than sugar and adores witches. It’s impossible to not fall for the cuddly teddy bear. Except, once Layla finds the culprit, Garavel must return to his master’s side and she’ll never see him again.
She’s going to need her sarcastic incubus, steadfast werewolf, and stately ghost at her side. If not, she doesn’t stand a chance in hell of surviving the ride.
Even witches need a vacation.
Everything that could go wrong in Layla’s life has. There’s a murderous werewolf cult, Mr. White plotting to destroy the world, and worst of all—her mother. Her boys aren’t doing much better. Ink’s questioning his place in Layla’s life. Daniel is growing stronger and losing himself in the process. Cal is fighting against the newest addition no matter how hard he tries to make nice. They deserve a break at a private cabin on a lake.
Okay, so they’ll have to put in some labor to help bring the resort up to snuff for the summer season, but a free vacation is still an escape. There’s still nights laying under the stars on Cal’s chest, licking s’mores off Ink’s abs by a bonfire, being serenaded by Daniel on a boat ride, and snuggling beneath Garavel’s wings. Evil, however, doesn’t take a break.
All the past demons come home to roost as the coven face not only what they were running from, but a lake monster who may not be so mythical after all. In this steamy and heart-racing entry to Coven of Desire, Layla fights to protect her men from demons both without and within.
Layla’s trapped between a Stone and a hard place.
Witchcraft, nursing studies, and the gig economy are wearing Layla down. Luckily, she has her guys to help—a cuddle angel, a romantic ghost, an ornery incubus, and her sweet boyfriend werewolf. Unbeknownst to Layla, Cal’s planning on popping the question, assuming Ink doesn’t pawn the ring before he can ask her.
A knock at their door pulls Layla from her proposal dinner. A dying Stone, the witch hunter who’d once kidnapped her, falls into her arms.
Raul Stone is having a very bad day. After his mentor, savior, and boss shot him in the heart, he has to go crawling to the witch that escaped him. No matter how many healing potions, the hole in his chest won’t close. Dying on the werewolf’s pizza-stained couch, Stone can’t do anything to stop the incubus from threatening to kill him for good. His final Hail Mary is revealing that the witch hunters, and his boss, are working in cahoots with Mr. White.
Why are the witch hunters working with a horseman? What are they doing in the woods with giant boulders and blood? Can Stone be trusted or is this all an elaborate trap by Conquest to make good on his promise to catch Layla? Will Layla’s caring heart finally doom her or can she and her guys outsmart them all and save Stone in the process?
COMING AUGUST 1st