Dating a Dragon Love Bites: A Dating Agency for Paranormals #3
by Abbey MacMunn Genre: Paranormal Romantic Comedy
A forgotten past.
A friend’s betrayal.
Dragons of fire and ice—forced apart by a centuries-old curse.
Cursed by a jealous sorceress, fire dragon, Phoenix, has spent centuries searching for his soulmate, the ice dragon. He never thought he would find her when a freak flying accident leaves him injured in the woods—with him wearing nothing but a smile.
After waking from yet another death, amnesiac Kat Foster longs to learn her true identity. Trouble is, finding out who or what she is scares the hell out of her.
While looking for her runaway dog, Kat sees a man hiding behind a bush. A naked man. With ‘things’ sizzling between them, literally, and Kat’s inexplicable flashbacks of her previous lives, she begins to think they might have met before.
But with the sorceress hellbent on keeping them apart, Kat’s memory loss, and a friend’s betrayal, will they ever find a way to break the centuries-old curse?
Kat entered the crowded pub and searched the bar area where she was supposed to meet her date, Egan.
She gasped, stopping mid-step.
Even before he turned around, she recognised him. But it wasn’t Egan.
No, the guy perched on a barstool had blue-black, wavy hair—like the hot, fantasy guy she’d sort of met yesterday.
Her gaze focused on his broad shoulders. The last time she got a glimpse of those shoulders, they’d been bare, not covered by a turquoise-blue casual shirt she was sure would bring out the striking colour of his eyes.
As she approached the bar, his back stiffened. He turned around slowly. The same sugary scent of magic wafted around her as it had in the forest where she’d lost her dog.
Yes, it was him all right.
Kat blanked him, reminding herself she was here on a date with Egan. The half-dragon. If she could find him.
She searched the crowd. No sign of this Egan guy. He was late. She hated people who were late.
Hyperaware of fantasy guy’s gaze boring into her, she tried to grab the attention of the barman. Did he recognise her? She’d been wearing a hood yesterday, and his view had been partially obscured by the bush he hid behind. Naked.
Her cheeks warmed, much to her annoyance.
“Hello,” he said. The mere sound of his voice made her belly flip.
She gave him a fleeting glance, pretending she’d not noticed him until now.
“Hi.” Kat swallowed, then tried to get the barman’s attention again. She needed a drink.
“Do you remember me?”
She went for total ignorance. “No, should I?”
“In the woods yesterday? I rescued your dog, Toby. How is he after his little adventure?”
Kat turned to face him, deliberately taking her time in appraising him. He wore smart jeans, the navy denim clinging to barrelled thighs, and she’d been right about the blue shirt bringing out the colour of his eyes. Topaz-blue eyes that hinted at wickedness and sin.
“Oh yeah, I do remember now,” she said nonchalantly, arching a brow. “I didn’t recognise you with your clothes on.”
His face broke into a smile, producing a dimple that dented his cheek. “Yeah, sorry about that. Please, let me buy you a drink by way of an apology.”
That was it? He wasn’t going to explain why he was naked? “No, thanks. I’m supposed to be meeting someone, but he’s not here yet.”
“No, he won’t be. Egan can’t make it.”
“Wait, you know Egan?” Sexy, mysterious, fantasy guy suddenly got even more interesting.
“Yes, I know Egan.”
“Couldn’t he have sent me a message?”
“It was a sudden thing. A bug, I think, or something he ate.”
No, what he meant was, she’d been stood up, and the half-dragon had sent his friend to soften the blow. She had no complaints. “Okay, no big deal.”
“Since you’re here, would you like to have a drink with me instead?” Hell yes. “Won’t Egan mind? Do you two not have a friend's code?”
“I don’t know what that is, but no, Egan won’t mind. In fact, he suggested I come in his place.”
Yep, definitely stood up. “He did? You must be close.”
“We are. Like brothers, you might say.”
Kat regarded him for a moment, trying to think of why she shouldn’t have a drink with him, but she had nothing. Nothing except the same weird feeling of knowing him, perhaps from one of her previous lives. Damn amnesia. “Okay, I suppose one drink won’t hurt.”
Dating a Werewolf Love Bites: A Dating Agency for Paranormals #2
Alpha werewolf, Grayson Beckett, thinks money can buy anything—including a wife. But when he joins Love Bites, a dating agency for supernaturals, finding a mate proves harder than he thought.
To help her boss, dating agency coach, Jamie Osborne, reluctantly agrees to go on a date with Grayson. After all, she’d dumped her cheating fiancé at the altar, she could handle an arrogant werewolf, right?
Tensions run high, but the date goes better than Jamie expected when Grayson turns out to be a doting dad with a tragic past.
But can the alpha win her trust and melt her heart?
Dating a Vampire Love Bites: A Dating Agency for Paranormals #1
Witch Harper Clarke is pretty sure misfortune follows her around like a bad smell. Her spells end in disaster, her dating agency for supernaturals has an embarrassing lack of clients, and her love life is a washout. So, when a vampire signs up to the agency and she can’t find him a match, she agrees to date the vamp herself.
Charmer Damon Vertefeuille has it all: power, status, and wealth. Becoming a vampire to get his errant brother out of trouble isn’t what he expected. Newbie vamps aren’t supposed to be dangerous, but one look at his witchy date and he has a sudden desire to sink his fangs into her pale flesh.
Thing is, she wants his bite.
Chemistry sizzles, but when Damon’s brother threatens to tear them apart, the lines blur between loyalty, love, and dark desires.
Flirting with a Fae Love Bites: A Dating Agency for Paranormals Prequel
A flirtatious Fae.
A rock star with a secret.
Will Ebony have her wicked fairy way with rock star Jaxon, or will she reveal his lies to millions of his fans?
That'll depend on a demon bodyguard, an estate agent, and a gift wrapped in superhero paper.
Abbey MacMunn writes contemporary, paranormal and erotic romance. She lives in Hampshire, UK, with her husband and their four children.
When she's not writing, she likes to watch films and TV shows - anything from rom-coms to superheroes to science fiction movies.