|Saving the world is easy for a superhero—unless you’re a fraud.
Jo Tanis is a superhero, fighting evil on the city streets, using her ability to feed off electromagnetic energy and fire off charges—
and it’s all just a show. The Agency captures her and others like her when their powers begin to manifest, pitting them against
each other in staged, gladiatorial fights. An explosive implant on the back of her neck assures she’ll keep right on smiling for the
camera and beating up the bad guys.
When Earth comes under attack, suddenly the show becomes deadly real. Unable to deal with a real alien, the “supers” are
falling in droves. Millions of innocent civilians are going to die…unless Jo can cobble together a team from among the fake heroes
and villains the Agency enslaved. Including Hunter, who not only promises to show her how to deactivate the implants, but seems
to know more than he should about how the mysterious Agency operates.
Forcing a rag-tag bunch of former enemies to work together is the least of Jo’s problems. The trick is determining if Hunter is
friend or foe—and becoming the hero everyone thought she was before the world is destroyed for real.
|Their love rides on a spring and a prayer...
During the recent Civil War, a soldier risked his life to save Jonathan Handleston—and lost. With the help of an advanced metal
brace on his crippled hand, Jon now travels from one poker tournament to the next, determined to earn enough money to repay
the man’s debt.
Prosperity Ridge is supposed to be the last stop on his quest, but his brace is broken and he needs an engineer to repair the
delicate mechanisms. The only one available is Samantha Weatherly, a beautiful anomaly in a world ruled by men.
Sam is no fool. Jon is no different from any other gambler—except for his amazing prosthetic. Despite a demanding project to win
a critical contract to develop an iron horse, she succumbs to the lure of working on the delicate mechanisms. And working with the
Like a spring being coiled, Samantha and Jon are inexorably drawn together. Sam begins to realize honor wears many faces, and
she becomes the light at the end of Jon’s journey to redemption. The only monkey wrench is Victor, a rival gambler who will stop
at nothing to make sure Jon misses the tournament. Even destroy Jon and Sam’s lives.
|Fight alone, die alone.
In the weeks since Jo “Surf” Tanis and her rough-and-tumble band of super-powered actors broke free of the government-
sponsored superhero show, they’re all still dealing with the aftershock of adjusting to this thing called reality.
It doesn’t get much more real than a mission to dig survivors out of what’s left of Erie, PA, after a mysterious earthquake. A
trembler that powerful is as out of place as Jo feels as the de-facto leader of the troupe. Not to mention the soul-shaking feelings
she has for Hunter, a team member whose past as an Agency Guardian casts a heavy shadow over any possible relationship.
It seems one of the supers, an earth-warper named Ground Pounder, has gone rogue, using his freedom from the Agency’s brand
of virtual slavery to put the “villain” back in supervillain. Failure to find him before any more innocent bystanders are hurt means
the team could be back under the Agency’s thumb.
It’s a burden that doesn’t rest easy on Jo’s shoulders...especially when the man who’s invaded her heart is caught in the crossfire.
|When a severed rabbit's paw is delivered to her office, outcast cat shifter Rebecca Desjardin recognizes the summons home. One
of their own has been murdered—and a shocking photo published in a local tabloid—and her Pride needs Rebecca, now a private
investigator, to track down the killer.
Investigative reporter Brandon Hanover wants to find out who slipped the photo of the half-shifted cat-woman under his door,
marking him as a suspect in her death. Determined to stay one step ahead of the sexy journalist, Rebecca reluctantly agrees to
partner with him to find the real murderer. But as their mutual attraction heats up, Rebecca finds it harder and harder to keep
Brandon from discovering the existence of the shifter society—and her own true nature.
When the search leads them back to the Pride, Rebecca must attempt to Change for the first time in years to face the killer, and
save the man she loves...
"... if you’re a fan of strong female characters and mysteries with a paranormal twist, this is a real winner." - Reflections on Reading Romance
"... a shifter romantic mystery that paranormal fans should find quite satisfying." - Love Romances and More
|Some will rise, others will fall...
It's time for the final showdown and for the Protectors to either claim their freedom or return to slavery – of one kind or another. Jo
Tanis is still recovering from her near-death experiences in Las Vegas when they get a lead on the mysterious Controller and
discover he isn't just a past Agency employee – he's also got a slew of high-tech hardware making him a match or superior to
their skills. In the middle of deciding what to do Jo receives a call for help from Harris Limox, an old team member. Splitting off
from the team to visit Limox Jo finds herself face-to-face with a surviving Alpha super, her idol and a wild plan to capture the
Controller. But things aren't always what they seem and Jo ends up in her worst nightmare, faced with either fighting her
teammates or dying.
RT Book Reviews is giving "Heroes Lost and Found" 4 out of 5 stars and says:
"Fast pacing and continuously evolving world building will keep your attention firmly engaged as you race to the ending... Brisk and playful, Nantus
achieves the perfect balance between romance and explosive action...
|Book two of Blood of the Pride
Rebecca Desjardin, a P.I. and cat shifter, doesn't normally find herself in strip clubs. But a popular male dancer has been
murdered in Pennsylvania, and it looks like the work of a shifter from the local Pride. Rebecca has a duty to help protect her
kind—and she needs to find justice for the dead.
Her impromptu trip leaves her boyfriend, reporter Brandon Hanover, unhappy. He's only just come to terms with the fact that she's
a Felis, and their relationship is still so new… Rebecca is determined to deal with the murder first, then deal with their future.
As her investigation unfolds, she's met with grudging cooperation and half-truths. Does the Pride want her to find justice, or help
them hide a killer? Frustrated and unable to shake the sexy local shifter who says he's on her side, Rebecca can't seem to
scratch out the truth—at least not on her own. But when Brandon shows up, is he there to help or to mark his territory?
"Owing to top-notch writing from Nantus (Blood of the Pride), Rebecca Desjardin rivals Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone as an interesting female PI." -
|Book three of Blood of the Pride
Every family has secrets, but some are more dangerous than others…
Rebecca Desjardin isn't exactly looking forward to meeting Brandon's parents. The wealthy Hanovers won't approve of Rebecca's
blue-collar P.I. lifestyle—and they certainly wouldn't approve if they knew she was a cat shifter.
Rebecca's Felis senses go on high alert when Michael, Brandon's father, strong-arms her into taking a quick job for one of his
employees. If she doesn't agree, Michael will dig into Rebecca's past to prove she's not fit for his son.
When Rebecca discovers a dead body, she knows Brandon's father is hiding something. And she must decide if the truth is worth
risking Brandon's love.
"The theme of love versus family is well applied in this fast-paced romance. Highly recommended." - Library Journal
|Book four of Blood of the Pride
P.I. Rebecca Desjardin is surprised when two seemingly unrelated missing teen cases land in her lap on the same day. Her cat
shifter instincts tell her there’s more to the story, and when she uncovers a bitter feud between the two families, she suspects
Romeo and Juliet runaways. She turns to her lover Brandon Hanover a man who knows the underground better than most.
Brandon is determined to help the woman he loves outwit ruthless enforcers and bring two missing kids to safety, but when a
woman from his past resurfaces he finds himself caught between two worlds once again.
As the claws come out and the war between the shifter families turns deadly the two will have to stand together or fall
separately--and even that might not be enough to save them.
"This snappy entry in the series spotlights urban homelessness as well as increases our understanding of Felis culture and Reb’s true shifting
potential; highly recommended." - Library Journal