In the Company of Witches by Joey W. Hill is $1.99. This is paranormal erotic romance, and if you've never read Hill, she writes intense sexual attraction and complex plots that sound completely off the wall but often totally work.
All witch and part succubus, savvy businesswoman Raina has converted a Southern plantation house into an extremely profitable old-fashioned bordello. Because of her abilities as a witch, the demons under Raina’s protection can feed off the sexual energy of their clients without killing them—definitely a good thing for repeat business. But when a rogue incubus shows up on Raina’s doorstep begging for asylum, the witch’s well-run business is put in jeopardy.
The incubus has stolen an object of great power from Lucifer, and Underworld Dark Guardian Mikhael will do anything to get it back—even if it means incinerating the incubus on Raina’s porch to get the answers he seeks. Not to be trifled with, Raina enters a dangerous match of wits with Mikhael to achieve their mutual goals—only to discover that the reluctant attraction between them is the most hazardous game of all…
Irresistible was originally published in 1998, and the digital version is $1.99. This is book three in Balogh's Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse series – which is a historical romance series, not a 1998 dystopian!
It was unthinkable. It was irresponsible. It was… Irresistible
Sophia Armitage was a friend, indeed. She had agreed to help Sir Nathaniel Gascoigne find a husband for his cousin, Lavinia, in the glittering city of London—only half hoping that she'd find one herself. Sophia knew the odds were against her. Men simply did not seem attracted to her—not that way. Even her late husband had treated Sophia more as a companion than a lover.
But then something shocking happened in London—Sophia found herself in the arms of Nathaniel himself! Not only did this act of indiscretion threaten their lifelong friendship, it revealed the depth of passion that defied everything Sophia believed about herself.
Hunter's Rise by Shiloh Walker is $1.99, and is book #14 in her Hunters series.
His past is a mystery, even to him-a werewolf with memories so lost in a fog that even the Hunter's healers cannot help him. More than a century ago, Toronto awakened on an unfamiliar street, naked and alone- and dogged by the unanswered questions of his enigmatic existence.
The vampire Sylvia is no Hunter. She's a mercenary who just barely skates this side of what the Hunters consider acceptable. All she wants is to hunt her quarry, and make a lot of money. Her newest prey is a devious killer.
But her newest complication is of a more intimate sort: a blonde, blue-eyed werewolf who interferes with her plans in so many exquisite ways.
American Diva is $2.99 digitally, and is book #3 in London's Thrillseekers Anonymous series. You might recognize this book by the other cover I found online (right). The cover that is more prevalent is also more confusing: is he the American diva? Because if so, I'm very curious!
Jack Price has one dream: to own and operate a flight school. For him, any job that gets him closer to his goal is worth it, no matter how difficult. So when the opportunity to guard today's hottest pop singer comes along, Jack leaps at the chance. Not long ago, he had a sexy encounter with this American sweetheart-which makes taking this job pretty sweet.
But the vixen he knew has turned into a raging diva–and there's no way he'll let her walk all over him like she's doing to everyone else.
Audrey LaRue is the latest “It” girl. Everybody wants her-or wants something from her. She's being hounded by the paparazzi, her fans, and her boyfriend-turned-manager. And now she has a deadly stalker.
Only Jack Price, her sexy, fearless bodyguard, is grounded enough to protect her- and put her in her place. Audrey must learn to trust him, not only with her life, but with her heart.