Justice and Her League
My name is Justice, and yeah, I'm a demigod.
So far as I can tell, that status isn't all that impressive. I'm supposed to have magical powers, but all I've ever done is accidentally kill my mother.
The only thing I have going for me is that I'm stronger, with sharper senses, than most humans. I've managed to turn those traits into something useful: I kill bad guys for a living.
So long as I avoid those pesky human authorities (they aren't keen on vigilante justice) and don't get killed myself, I figure I'm winning.
Until I run into them. Ajax, Malcolm, and Rafe. Ajax is quiet, reserved, stronger than anyone I know. Malcolm is the laidback Southern boy always looking for a good time. Rafe is the wise one, the one who sees too much … and has too many secrets.
They are three outrageously sexy demigods.
Who happen to be my fated mates.
Hell, I didn't think I'd ever find one, let alone three.
Despite all our differences, it works. Well, the steamy part of our relationship, anyway. The rest?
Not so much. As it turns out, I've mated with three altruistic men, and they aren't willing to allow me to continue on with my vigilante ways. They say we're a team now and we have to work together.
But I've always worked alone.
Justice & her League is the first book in the Demigods Trilogy. It is intended for mature audiences: 18+ readers only! It contains adult language and sexual situations. This is a fast burn romance where the girl gets all the guys.
Fated Mates and RH fun
This is a RH, fated mates story and it is steamy. Justice is a demigod that deals with bad people. As she is trying to take down the bad guy, who is into human trafficking, she runs into three guys that turn out to be her fated mates. They are there to rescue the woman the bad guy plans to sell. The women are rescued but the guy escapes. While Justice and her guys try to figure out the fated mates relationship, they are helping the women to get back to a normal life. But the bad guy isn't happy about them taking his "merchandise". The end of the story leads to the next story but it is quite intense.
I received this book as an ARC and am voluntarily leaving a review. I would recommend this book if you like RH and/or fated mates.