Marked series. Start with Book 1: Eve of Darkness or leap in and download the three full-length novels in one bundle.
Renegade Angels series show off their dark and sexy as they vie for power and supremacy in a paranormal world. Two novels, a connected novella, a stand-alone prequel, and free bonus content. Start with the prequel: A Dark Kiss of Rapture.
The Dream Guardians® series is a true series, with an ongoing plot thread that follows through each book. Guardians fight with glaives against the darkness, protecting humanity from the shadowed enemy that feeds on their deepest fears. Erotic, romantic, and paranormal. Start with Pleasures of the Night, go right on to Heat of the Night.
Three words for you: Vampires in space. Get your Carnal Thirst on. For some D/s sexiness with a warlock and his beloved familiar, read Spellbound. And for lighthearted fun, try Magic & Mayhem, a sexy Halloween anthology featuring two intertwined stories about witches and the magic of love.
FUN EXTRA: Through most of these paranormals there are series-hopping characters.
The Livia Dare name was used only on In the Flesh.
Livia Dare is a pseudonym that was created at the insistence of my editor to be used on In the Flesh. Technically, the story is futuristic. However, because it has a strong historical feel to it, my editor wanted to be sure we didn’t give my historical readers “whiplash.”
I also have another pseudonym: S.J Day.
At this time, I don’t know. HarperCollins only contracted the first two books in the series, leaving the third book without a home. It’s the rare occasion when a publishing house completes a series in which the previous installments are with another publisher. Complicating matters is the fact that publishing contracts include clauses that prevent authors from writing books outside of their contracts in varying lengths, genres, formats, etc. In short, I’m legally barred by my existing publishing contracts from working on books outside of those contracts, such as the final orphaned book in the Dream Guardians trilogy. It’s possible that one day I will be without commitments to publishing houses and that would free me to work on older titles, but I don’t know if/when that might be.
I’m very sorry. As a reader, I’ve also been left hanging by authors who’ve either abandoned series or been unable to complete them for myriad reasons. Even though I understand why that happens from a writer’s perspective, I also know it sucks really bad from a reader’s perspective and I apologize.