Trinity Blacio’s Paranormal Stepbrothers Omnibus - Volume One

Riverdale Avenue

Heat Rating: Sextreme
Word Count: 71,000
2 Ratings (4.5)

Multiple All Romance Ebook and Siren best-selling author

Bestselling erotic romance author Trinity Blacio is known for her paranormal menage, often featuring out-of-this world brothers and one very exceptional human woman as their soulmate. When this creative writer of shifter alien love triads discovered the burgeoning popularity of the stepbrother niche, she realized she had found her literary destiny.

Collected for the first time in one volume (and the first time in print), Trinity Blacio’s Paranormal Stepbrothers Omnibus, Volume One, brings the reader Her Stepbrothers' Demands, Her Stepbrothers are Aliens and Her Stepbrothers are Demons in one delicious bundle of breathless joy.

Trinity Blacio’s Paranormal Stepbrothers Omnibus - Volume One
2 Ratings (4.5)

Trinity Blacio’s Paranormal Stepbrothers Omnibus - Volume One

Riverdale Avenue

Heat Rating: Sextreme
Word Count: 71,000
2 Ratings (4.5)
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Voices filled the plane, and Jasmine turned to see what the commotion was about. Logan and R.D. were standing by the door at the front, their gazes searching until they landed on her.

“Son of a bitch,” Jasmine grumbled as they made their way down the aisle toward her without touching a soul. The passengers seemed to duck away from them. Logan and R.D. seemed to possess a natural aura of power and danger. Their gaze never left hers as they moved toward her. The black cowboy hat on R.D.’s head was tilted forward, casting a shadow, but Jasmine knew those eyes and expression not only in the flesh, but the heated dreams she’d had over the last six years.

She would never admit this to anyone, but these men were her dream lovers. They would demand full control over any women they chose to be with, and right now they were focused on messing up her life, damn it.

Logan stopped in front of her row and held out his hand, reaching over the woman next to her. “Come.” That one word held so much power that the woman jumped up and moved back, giving the two men easier access to Jasmine.

“I have nothing to say to you or anyone else. Go back to your family, Logan, because it’s obvious it’s not mine,” she snapped and turned her face toward the window before they could see the tears filling her eyes.

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