Severed hands, moving paintings and an erotic encounter in a priest hole, just another typical day for Maeve Crawford at Briarwood Castle. With Maeve’s sister Kelly on her way from America and the fae threat looming ever closer, things at Briarwood are more desperate than ever. When the coven discover an old portrait of Maeve’s mother might hold a valuable clue to help them defeat the fae host, they travel to London to uncover its secrets. Under the bright city lights. Maeve discovers more about the mysterious origins of her powers, and one by one her guys open up about the dark parts of themselves they’ve kept hidden. In this most desperate of times, every member of the Briarwood coven must confront their own demons in order to unleash the full potential of their magic. The Castle of Water and Woe is the third in a brand new steamy reverse harem romance series by USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes. This full-length book glitters with love, heartache, hope, grief, dark magic, fairy trickery, steamy scenes, British slang, meat pies, second chances, and the healing powers of a good cup of tea. Read on only if you believe one just isn’t enough. Note: This book contains characters who struggle with issues that may be sensitive to some readers, including self-harm, suicide, sexual assault, and unsafe drug use. Read on Kindle (enrolled in Kindle Unlimited) Or read the free prequal novella, The Summer Court.
Five beautiful witches … one painful choice. Now that the secrets of Maeve’s past have been revealed, she begins to embrace her newfound powers. Being a witch and a science geek makes her head hurt at times, but luckily she’s got Corbin, Arthur, Flynn, Rowan, and Blake to awaken her powers and tend her broken heart. The only way the coven will be strong enough to battle the fae is if Maeve chooses a consort. But how can she choose when each of the guys needs and wants her? How can she accept only one when they all fill the empty void inside her? Maeve is still reeling from the death of her parents when another tragedy strikes. This time, she must face her grief head-on, and find strength in her bond with her five broken witches to battle an impossible foe. The Castle of Fire and Fable is the second in a brand new steamy reverse harem romance series by USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes. This full-length book glitters with love, heartache, hope, grief, dark magic, fairy trickery, steamy scenes, British slang, meat pies, second chances, and the healing powers of a good cup of tea. Read on only if you believe one just isn’t enough. Note: This book contains characters who struggle with issues that may be sensitive to some readers, including self-harm and suicide. Read on Kindle (available in Kindle Unlimited) Or read the free prequel novella, The Summer Court.
BRAND NEW reverse harem series laced with Celtic mythology, gothic mystery, and four gorgeous guys, all served up with lashings of British wit. Maeve Crawford has her life mathematically calculated down to the last detail; Leave her podunk Arizona town, graduate MIT, get into the space program, be the first woman on Mars, read lots of books, get a cat (not necessarily in this order). All Maeve’s careful plans come crashing down when her parents are killed in a freak accident, and she discovers she’s inherited a real, honest-to-goodness English castle – complete with turrets, ramparts, and four gorgeous male tenants. Corbin – the protector wallowing in guilt Arthur – the warrior tired of fighting Flynn – the trickster with an artist’s soul Rowan – the enigma whose scars run deep As soon as Maeve enters Briarwood, she’s drawn to Corbin, Arthur, Flynn and Rowan – four beautiful boys drenched in grief, hope, and ancient magic. Maeve needs them all to heal her broken heart, and they need her to help them protect the world from the fae host baying at the castle gates. Dark forces converge on Briarwood castle, and Maeve Crawford – science geek, scarred soul, lover of four remarkable men – must draw from herself a power she never imagined in order to protect the shattered remains of her life. The Castle of Earth and Embers is the first in a brand new steamy reverse harem romance by USA Today bestselling author, Steffanie Holmes. This full-length book glitters with love, heartache, hope, grief, dark magic, fairy trickery, steamy scenes, British slang, meat pies, second chances, and the healing powers of a good cup of tea. Read on only if you believe one just isn’t enough. Read now on Kindle (available in Kindle Unlimited) Or read a free prequel novella, The Summer Court.
The Hollow is no ordinary haunted house. The rooms change places, the walls are closing in, and every day the house gets closer to being crushed beneath the weight of the void between worlds. Aisling is the Hollow’s last protector, a young woman ready to sacrifice herself to protect her family’s magic from falling into the hands of the fae. She knew the Hollow would eventually take her life. But she never imagined it would bring her the boy of her dreams. Niall is a warrior, a fae born and bred for killing. But all his strength and guile can’t help him save his brother, who is being held prisoner by a rival fae. The only way Niall can free his brother is to gain enough magic to pay off his debt. And there’s only one ready source of residual magic in the city – the Hollow. Now, Aisling and Niall are trapped inside the Hollow. As their enemies batter at the doors, desperate for entry, and the void between worlds threatens to consume them in eternal night, Aisling and Niall must battle their own demons and join forces to save the magic of the Hollow from falling into the wrong hands. If the Hollow falls, both worlds fall with it. But if Aisling and Niall succeed, they will be forced apart for all of eternity. Hollow is a standalone paranormal romance novel by USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes, and Book II in the Fallen Sorcery shared world series. If you like stories of clever witches, deadly fae, and a house with a mind of his own, this book will be impossible to put down. Read now on Kindle | Nook | iBooks | Kobo | Google Play