Nancy Corrigan believes in unending love and epic tales with a paranormal flare. She enjoys transcending the boundaries of reality to take her readers on an erotic, emotional and romantic journey.
She resides in Pennsylvania with her husband and three children. When she’s not weaving sizzling fantasies, she works as a chemist in a pharmaceutical lab.
Book 3, Royal Pride
Centuries after what should have been a blessing from a goddess, Mira has gone from the chosen daughter to a woman shamed. She’s found a tentative peace among her family and the females they’ve chosen to mate. And despite the potentially fatal consequences, Mira has found the one thing she never thought she’d have—love. Josh is the only male she’s ever wanted, desired and burned for, and he’s the only man she can never hope to keep.
One glance into Mira’s exotic feline eyes and Josh is lost. She’s everything he never knew he wanted and loving her becomes a passion he can’t deny. The obstacles keeping them apart seem insurmountable, but Josh knows he’s the man Mira needs. With every passionate encounter, every stolen touch, his certainty that he and Mira belong together grows. He’ll defy every shifter decree and fight to his dying breath to convince those around them of the truth—Mira belongs to him, mind, body and soul.
A Romantica® Paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave
Forbidden love…Undeniable passion.
This was a mistake. He shouldn’t have let the kiss turn into what it had. Tomorrow, he’d have to watch Mira with another man, a shifter male who could give her everything he couldn’t. He pulled back to look upon her face and tell her he was sorry. The sight of her swollen, moist lips taunted him.
Once more, then he’d let her go. He kissed her, loving the way she opened for him, taking him in as if he were the man she wanted by her side, not Kade or Zach. Or god forbid, Aron. Not that it mattered what either of them wanted. Fate was a fucking bitch who’d screwed them both.
Finally, he pulled back to study her face from inches away. Knowing she cared enough to give him tonight would have to be enough. “Mira, you shouldn’t have done that.”
She brushed her lips back and forth across his. Shivers raced across his skin. He ignored his instincts that urged him to carry her away and focused on enjoying the press of her soft curves to his hardness.
“You’re right. I should’ve done that months ago.”
“What will your suitors think?”
She massaged his scalp. His tension eased. “I don’t care.” She skimmed her mouth over his cheek to his ear, her breath heating his skin in its wake. “I need you in my life, Josh. I don’t think I can live without you.”