Raised in a small town, Bernie always imagined life outside its walls. She had hopes and dreams. Things she wanted to do at every turn. All that changes when she becomes pregnant unexpectedly.

Determined to make the most of what she’s been saddled with, she promises herself that she’ll give her child a good life. One she so deserves. Until the moment three sexy men appear on her doorstep. It’s then her life takes another unexpected turn. For good or worse, she’s not quite sure. If she’s to succeed in making sense of what lies on the reaches of her consciousness, she’ll need to put her trust in those she barely knows. Only then will she attain that which lies just beyond her reach.

A lovely start to The Last Witch series, we meet the headstrong and resilient Bernie. She’s a woman who’s had to contend with so much in so short a time, yet she refuses to sit on the sidelines while life passes her by. I love the fact that the she doesn’t let the guys do as they please with her and her daughter. They may have an agenda, but there’s no way she’s going to let them achieve an end to their own means. After all, she has the last say in what they do or don’t do.

This trio of writers have done a great job in setting up what’s to come in book 2. The end has left me wanting more, let me tell you. At first, these characters don’t seem like they’ll mesh that much. By the end of the book, however, it’s a different story. The diversity each character embodies lends further to the lore the authors are trying to establish for this series. Mind you, each character has different plans they want to set into motion. Plans that are circumvented at every turn. Looking forward to what’s coming next for Bernie, her family, and the men who’ve garnered her loyalty, love, and attention.


From the USA TODAY Bestselling author of Vampire Girl comes a new paranormal romance that will make you laugh and fall in love. For anyone who wants to see three hot alphas thrown into domestic life.

I lived a pretty ordinary life—a kid raised in my family’s bar who went off to college to escape the small-town life. But when my grandfather died and I returned to take over the family business, I discovered a much more extraordinary life waiting for me. Vampires, werewolves and fae are real. And they want my baby.

My daughter is meant to fulfill some crazy prophecy related to the end of all magical creatures, but I’m having none of that. Now, since I can’t get rid of them, the three Sexies who walked into my bar that fateful, stormy night, work for me.

They can change diapers and serve drinks while I get a handle on not only being a new single mom, but also the center of a race war between creatures I previously believed were myths.

I didn’t expect any of this. Not the Sexies. Not the single motherhood. And certainly not the chemistry I feel with each of them. But we don’t have time for raging postpartum hormones. Because they aren’t the only ones after my child, and keeping her safe is proving a more dangerous job than the What to Expect Books ever prepared me for.

This is a slow burn reverse harem paranormal romance.

For fans of Stephenie Meyer, Cassandra Clare, Laurell K. Hamilton, Patrica Briggs, Jaymin Eve, Bella Forrest, J.R. Ward, Shannon Mayer and Sherrilyn Kenyon!




Karpov Kinrade is the pen name for the husband and wife entertainment duo, Lux and Dmytry Karpov-Kinrade, aka The KK Duo.

Together, they write award-winning, internationally and USAT bestselling books, make music, create art, write screenplays, and direct—all the things.

Look for more from Karpov Kinrade in the Vampire Girl series, The Nightfall Chronicles, and The Forbidden Trilogy. If you’re looking for their suspense and romance titles, you’ll find those under Alex Lux.

Check out their music by clicking on the Music tab.

They live in wine country California with their three offspring who have crazy creative genius oozing out of them in the form of music, art, performance, and all the things, and too many cats who all think they rule the world (spoiler alert: they do).



Evan Gaustad grew up in Northern California, raised in a small town with a strong theater community. He went to college in Los Angeles and worked as an actor and a writer from 2005 to 2015 before he and his wife traveled around the country for a stretch and then settled down in Mendocino County, CA.

After co-writing a few screenplays, Gaustad and Clint Gage decided to try writing a novel and immediately took to the process and the product. Their first book, It’s Not the End of the World, is available as an ebook, paperback and audiobook, and the second book in the Sisyphus Series – Countdown Phoenix – will be available in April of 2020. Gaustad has also teamed up with acclaimed fantasy writers Karpov Kinrade for a trilogy coming out in the Spring of 2020.

Evan splits his time between writing and running the drama department at the School of Performing Arts and Cultural Education in Ukiah, CA.