Love between wolf shifters and hunters is forbidden, but Valkyrie Victoria Storm never imagined her star-crossed affair would ignite a war. With the thirty-year alliance between their peoples shattered and hundreds dead, blame falls squarely on her. Forced to atone for her mistakes, she leads her ragtag pack of werewolves to what should be safe haven. Homeless, hungry, and hunted, it’s their last hope.
The Hunter King ruins Victoria’s plans when he arrives in town. She and her pack should run, but the goddess Freya has other ideas. Children are missing. Victoria is tasked with joining the Hunter—her enemy—to stage a rescue. Working together will either heal the rift between wolf shifters and Hunters or force them to tread separate paths forever.
Suggested reading order for Loki’s Wolves:
#1. Valkyrie’s Vengeance
#2. Hunger Moon
#3. Battle Cry
#4. Gallows God
#5. Hunter’s Mark (prequel)
#6. Fragile Gods
#7. Blood Brothers (To be released)
Framed for her lover’s murder…
Victoria Storm, Alpha of the Storm Pack, leads her beleaguered family of wolf-shifters in a desperate flight from Odin’s mortal followers. Her worst enemy, a rogue hunter, won’t stop until his brother’s death is avenged and he’ll kill anyone who gets in his way. Following Freya’s prophecy, Victoria seeks sanctuary in a small town high in the secluded Sierra Nevada Mountains.
In Sierra Pines, nothing is as it seems.
Victoria considers a marriage of convenience with Arik Koenig, a powerful lawyer with a Loki-like gift for twisting the truth to his advantage. The more she learns of his mysterious past, the greater her mistrust. With the fate of her pack on the line, Victoria undertakes an investigation into the murder of Arik’s wife. When her prying uncovers layers of lies and deception, a blizzard of Ragnarök proportions threatens to consume them all.
After losing her lover and then her mate, Victoria Storm builds a new life in Sierra Pines, California. When the Norse Fates predict the she-wolf will destroy the world to save her unborn child, her duties as Freya’s priestess conflict with her responsibilities as Odin’s Valkyrie.
Sawyer Barrett has hunted Victoria so passionately, he doesn’t know whether he loves or hates her. Desperate to end the fighting, he will take chances with everything—except his heart. This hunter harbors a deadly secret he can’t reveal without risking the tentative ceasefire and his father’s continued disapproval.
Men revere him; monsters fear him.
Jake Barrett—the notorious Hunter King—values loyalty to family above all else. When he believes his eldest son was murdered by a wolf ally, he releases a chain reaction of violent destruction that claims the lives of both wolves and hunters.
An ancient vampire plots the destruction of wolves and hunters alike. If the embittered rivalry doesn’t end quickly, there is no hope for the Hunters, Victoria’s pack, or the mortal world.
A Norse trickster god with a bad rap becomes an accidental hero when he saves a boy from the curse of vengeful witches. He swears on his villainous heart, no more Mr. Nice Guy.
Mind your own business. Keep your head down. Shenanigans are for suckers.
Loki has learned his lesson and learned it well. He’s the original desperado hiding out in the American frontier. Unfortunately for the god of lies, the Norse goddesses of fate are up to dirty tricks—targeting a six-year-old boy and his faithful dog for termination.
These witches made a fatal miscalculation by angering the world’s savviest trickster. Loki rides to the rescue. But as they say, no good deed goes unpunished—centuries of staying off Odin’s radar blown in a heartbeat.
Old enemies are reunited. While Odin and Loki square off for a showdown, bloody warfare erupts between various supernatural factions, including hunters, wolves, and Odin’s worshippers.
Before Ragnarok ends the world, Loki must choose. Does he want to be a champion or a destroyer? He has a notion of protecting the nine worlds from total obliteration, but it means trusting the blood brother who betrayed him.
Gallows God was previously published under the title “Wolf’s Cross.”
Prince of Asgard. Heir to the Wild Hunt.
Sawyer Barrett grew up far from his divine birthright, raised as a hunter of monsters in Phoenix, Arizona. He failed in his duty as slayer and guardian. While in a berserker rage, he killed a wolf-shifter child of the Storm Pack.
Blood must be repaid in blood.
He pledges to protect the people he wronged, but enemies lurk on all sides—shape changing shamans, an ancient witch, and the Norse Fates. Sawyer’s downfall may come from within when the woman he’s deceived for so long learns the truth about his murderous past.
Fragile gods endure loss… at the cost of a hand or a life.
In a treacherous world of lies and deceit, Sawyer must determine who to trust or destroy. Ice threatens to consume the world, and his most unlikely ally, Loki’s son, represents Sawyer’s best shot at saving those he loves.