After months of dreams of being pursued by a man in an iron mask, 19-year old Zoe is plunged into the world of lost gods. Suddenly she can see what no else can see – Greek gods are real, they have been running the world, and the world is in trouble.
While on the run from a god who wants to possess her and a goddess who wants her dead, Zoe decides she will take her destiny and the destiny of the world into her own hands. She will fight to save it. But she won’t do it alone. She will have to decide who is worthy of her trust and who is worthy of her love.
Goddess of Rain is the first novel in the Lost God Series. For fans of Greek mythology, Urban Fantasy and friends to lovers romance.
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Kenley Alcott has fallen ill with the worst affliction that a single man of marriageable age can have: loneliness. When he thinks about attaining a wife there is really only one woman he can consider—his best friend’s older sister. Drunk and lonely, he writes her a letter proposing marriage.
Lillian has just attained the greatest victory of her life; she has convinced her family to allow her to set up her own household and abandon the marriage mart. She can plan her life whatever way she wants. She’ll get a little cottage, learn how to bake, even find a lover. One more social season, and then she can embrace the life of a spinster. She can’t wait.
Then the letter comes.
This book is intended for 18+ readers.
She’s my best friend’s sister.
And he told me to never lay my hands on her.
He made me pinky promise.
And I never did.
But now she’s all grown up.
The girl of my dreams. The girl I’ve always loved.
Can I really keep that childhood promise?
The two kids with cities for names.
We were always meant to be together.
We grew up together.
And then – after one tumultuous night – we parted ways.
But now my brother is getting married, and I have to see Rome Price again.
He’s the Best Man, and I’m the Maid of Honor.
And we have to work together to make this the most special of occasions.
He’s so alluring.
But he’s got a playboy reputation and a promise to my brother to keep.
He can’t touch me.
But I can’t take my eyes off him.
The Wedding Plan is a steamy standalone romance with a happy ending.
The tender scars on her abdomen throb as memories of the attack come rushing back, flooding her mind and sending her heart racing…
Psychotherapist Neve Keane knew that returning to work at the hospital after being stabbed by a patient would be difficult. But entering her unit only to be surrounded by a crowd of people claiming they need her help to stop the apocalypse—that’s more than she bargained for.
When the crowd’s leader turns out to be a mutual patient of Neve and her best friend, streetwise Irish doctor Cornelius O’Brien, they are both pulled into a Byzantine plot that transforms Capitol Hill General into a dangerous place where threats and betrayals lurk around every corner.
Then their mutual patient falls into a mysterious coma, and the clues he left behind lead Neve and Cornelius straight into Washington, DC’s ugly underbelly, a world of shadowy political forces with long arms and deadly intentions.
As they race to unravel the threads of a sinister conspiracy that leads from their hospital all the way to the White House, Neve and Cornelius realize they might be fighting to stop the end of the world, after all—provided they can survive the week with targets on their backs.
She could lose her heart, mind, life—or all three.
Murders and disappearances. Spicy rumors and family secrets. A childhood crush turned ladies’ man.
This could not end well.
What really brought Emma Dill back to Troy? The need to remember—or to forget? The desire to solve a ruthless murder—or to move on? The hope for a blossoming new romance—or an old flame that just won’t die?
The murderer is a sociopath: a savage hiding in plain sight.
The victim is her mother: a former stripper, a hot-headed, cold-blooded enigma.
She is a twenty-two-year-old orphan: a spunky poodlehead, a spitfire in the guise of a songbird.
Her partner in crime is her old heartache: an irresistible freewheeler, a shameless tease…and a delicious, impertinent kiss.
Charged with fast-paced suspense and slow-burn romance, BACK TO TROY kicks off the series with two hundred pages of heat, adrenaline, and humor.
Buy your copy today and settle in for a ride. Welcome to Troy.
Meet Maki Matsui
Born and raised in Japan, Maki Matsui has been a lifelong reader and writer, first in Japanese and then in English. Besides being the author of two books—Back to Troy (2020) and Daisy Fields (2020)—she is also a classical singer. She makes her home in the hills of Western Massachusetts and is currently working on her third title.