Available August 8th
He's a Gryphon. A Biker mercenary with a troubled past.
She's a Pagan. A virgin on the run with a secret.
Ryker Lazlo, President of the Hounds of Zeus MC, has lived the past twenty years mourning the loss of his wife and unborn child. Spending his time presiding over the MC, Ryker has focused on taking down the Ministry – a worldwide cult – as well as leading his males in their mercenary work. Watching his brothers get a second chance at love is bittersweet. When he stumbles on a woman on the run, Ryker’s Gryphon thinks it’s their turn for another shot at love. Ryker isn’t so sure.
Rhiannon Spencer, pagan outcast, has lived the past ten years raised in societal seclusion. After the death of her mother, her father takes her to live with a group of people who try to snuff out her light. He leaves her in the care of the community leader, and Rhi feels abandoned all over again. When she gets a chance to run, she takes it, and is rescued by a sexy, grumpy biker. Rhi has nothing to offer a rough man like Ryker Lazlo, but her heart wants him anyway.
When both Rhi’s father and the leader of the community search for her, trouble finds Rhi and Ryker at every turn. It takes both his family and some help from the Gargoyles of the Stone Society to keep them alive and out of jail.
Starting a Ryot is written to be read as a standalone, but many readers prefer to read the series in order. The Hounds of Zeus MC is a spin-off/crossover of The Stone Society Series and might contain spoilers if read before Tamian, Book 11.
He's a larger than life MMA fighter. She's a quiet paralegal. The world they live in is under attack. Will they survive long enough to get their HEA?
Malakai Palamo is the seventh son of a seventh son. He left his Samoan island home in search of his mate. Almost one hundred years later, he faintly catches her scent. Kai doesn’t give up until he finds her. That should be the end of it, but nothing comes easy for the Stone Society Gargoyles, and Malakai is no different.
Josie Pierson has spent the last ten years living in her sister Presley’s shadow. Both her sister and their father are successful lawyers, and Josie is their paralegal, working her ass off to make them look good. She’s quiet, underappreciated, and constantly wishing she had what her sister has. Until she meets the man Presley wants. The man who wants Josie instead.
When Drago takes his war with the Stone Society to the next level, lives are at risk in more ways than one. Malakai and Josie rush off to Samoa to hide out, but they aren’t as safe as they should be. The excitement heats up in book 13, and someone's going to get burned.