Kristine Overbrook enjoys writing novels with paranormal characters. Whether they are suspenseful or humorous they all require a satisfying ending.
Creatures of the Moon
When detective Lydia Davis apprehends the serial killer she’s been tracking for months, she decides to relax with a camping trip. But after being attacked in the wild, she starts to change in a way that only Ryan Williams—a reporter who’s far more than he seems—can understand.
Using his job to help him hunt for the feral killer, Ryan needs to help Lydia contain her budding urges through the first cycle of the full moon . . . or the curse will consume her soul. But how can he help her without revealing his own secret?
Sensuality Level: Sensual
Redeeming the Night
As a succubus, Ashley was raised to believe men's souls are corrupt and must be taken from them. Her sisterhood has reaped this harvest for ages, but Ashley's exposure to the real world has changed her way of thinking. Now she is running for her life...straight into Eric Adams's arms.
When the daughter of a Las Vegas politician disappears, private investigator and freshly turned werewolf Eric stumbles onto a frightening series of kidnapped girls. But he finds himself distracted from the case by the mysterious Ashley. Though she keeps changing her physical appearance, he recognizes her each time their paths cross--and soon their souls are intertwined.
Now they must work together to free the girls from the clutches of a serial killer, all the while dodging the sisterhood who wants them both dead. Can Eric and Ashley change their hearts as easily as they can their appearances to save something bigger than themselves?
Sensuality Level: Sensual
Paratherapist: At Your Service
hen Dr. Josephine Lester moves into Villa Hollow to open her psychiatric practice, it doesn’t take long to notice it’s not the most normal town. In her line of work, she expects odd. She expects disturbed. What she doesn’t expect is a sleepwalking vampire, a haunted house, or a coalition of people working against the paranormal element to try to run her out of town.
Sheriff and telepath, Nathan Holmes grew up in Villa Hollow and although not everyone in his town gets along, with work he maintains the balance between humans and paranormals. However, when Dr. Lester moves in, the equilibrium shifts. She’s ignorant of her heritage, and that alone is reason enough to keep an eye on her. The other is, he can't go an hour without the tendrils of her thoughts intruding in his mind.
Soon Josie is faced with a dilemma, if she leaves, where does the vegetarian werewolf go when she is distraught over eating meat? To whom does the poor housewife seeing little green men turn?
If she stays, will the handsome telepathic sheriff help her adapt when paranormal becomes normal?