The shadowy caves and caverns of the Scottish Highlands prove the perfect background for three "fun paranormal historical tales" (SFF Chronicles).
"Dark Embrace" by Hannah Howell: While searching for his clan's demon Lost Ones, Raibeart MacNachton encounters an ethereal beauty running for her life. The decision to play hero is easy; fighting the urge to ravish the enchanting Una Dunn is more difficult—especially when Raibeart learns they share a powerful connection.
"The Guardian" by Michele Sinclair: The immortal Dorian vows never to fall in love with a mere human—until he meets the beguiling, arousing Moirae Deincourt. She stirs a longing in Dorian that he dares not quench. But when Moirae's life is put in danger, her true nature is revealed—and the lust that rages between them can no longer be controlled . . .
"A Knight Beyond Black" by Jackie Ivie: Vampire Iain Duncan MacAvee has stepped forward to claim the woman he betrothed years ago—only to learn that the tempting Lady Tira knows nothing of the engagement. Though Tira feigns disinterest, the Duke's animal-like charisma has unleashed her most carnal desires—a hunger only Iain can satisfy . . .
Contains mature themes.