LIFELINE: an elite search-and-rescue squad based out of Banff, Alberta. Specializing in high-risk rescue missions, this team goes wherever the job takes them…
“Arend proves once again that no matter the genre, she’s a master.” ~Lauren Dane, New York Times Bestselling author~
This series of light-hearted paranormal stories is set in the wilderness of the Yukon and Alaska. The stories follow the members of the Granite Lake wolf pack as they deal with life and love as shifters.
Also see Takhini Wolves – same world, longer stories.
Lighthearted paranormal stories based in the city of Whitehorse before bursting out into the wilderness of Alaska and the Yukon. The stories follow the members of the Takhini wolf pack as the new Alpha, local humans, bear shifters and others deal with falling in love and kicking ass.
Also see Granite Lake Wolves – same world, shorter stories.
In extreme conditions, keep your friends close. Real close…
Exploring the outdoors, extreme sports and falling in love – this series will take you into situations that will make your heart race and your blood pump, for more than one reason.
The Coleman family has ranched in the Rocky Mountain House area of Alberta for generations. These modern day contemporary cowboy romance stories follow the current family members as they find both their place in the community and happy-ever-afters.
“Vivian Arend pours intense passion into her novels...” ~Library Journal~
Boy, did I miss the middle of the month this time around! Waiting for: • Nothing. I have all the covers for all my upcoming books, except for Wolf Line, and that one won’t get started until I hand in the full project in a couple months. This is a very strange feeling. All caught up, almost. Lol. Working on: • Edits for Rocky Mountain Haven. • WOLFIE WORLD TOUR and the FRIENDS OF WOLFIES stay at home giveaway party. I’ll have details up August 31st, and both giveaways/contests officially start September 1. Writing: • Writing Silver Mine, book two [...]
From current secret project. He beat her to the punch, one hand taking possession of her mound, the other pulling her fingers away. Marcus dropped to the floor, arms dangling over the tub. His brilliant blue gaze focused on her body as if he were handling a priceless masterpiece. “I’m not that easily broken, you know,” she teased. Her laugh turned into a gasp as he opened her, fingers caressing in a circle before he pushed two thick digits into her core. “I’m sure we can test your durability later.”