Each story can be read by itself, in any order.
However, you may prefer to read a series in the order written, so you can see how Sara Flores changes over time.
Sara Flores, The Early Years – BOOK 1
Abandoned. Nobody to show her the ropes. How will she use her new powers?
Nobody believes werewolves exist. Neither did Sara Flores until her Lupiti neighbor turned her. He then had the unmitigated gall to die on her, before telling her anything about what to expect.
Sara determines to use her new skills for good. But besides saving innocents, what exactly does that mean? Yes, she can track down bullies and evildoers. But, for example, is it okay to kill them? If so, is it okay to eat them? How about if she’s really, really hungry? Is it okay to walk down dark alleys hoping some bully is dumb enough to target her?
Most of all, can she keep going up against hideous evil — without leaving behind a piece of her soul? Avenger? Vigilante? Feel the rush of danger. Join her adventures!
These 8 stories are included in NEWBIE WEREWOLF
Sara Flores, The Early Years – BOOK 2
Payback is a bitch
Boxed Set of 3 Mystery/Action Novellas
Rescuing those in need isn’t all Sara Flores likes about her new life as a werewolf. Who knew it would be so much fun terrorizing evil doers? Abusers. Murders for hire. Rich men building their fortunes on the pain of innocents. The looks on their faces when they discover they’re not invincible — it just warms a girl’s heart.
But Sara may have bit off more than she can chew. In this boxed set of three novellas, she runs right into a multi-state baby mill, a sex trafficking ring with police protection, and an assassin.
Sara’s just one woman — but she has surprise on her side. Because nobody believes in werewolves. At least, nobody alive does.
These 3 novellas are included in Werewolf Vigilante
NEW SERIES: Sara Flores, Werewolf P.I.
Will her first case be her last?
BOOK 1: WEREWOLF FOR HIRE
Book One (novella) of the Sara Flores, Werewolf P.I. Series
Werewolf Sara Flores got her P.I. license for one reason — to give cops an excuse why they might find her near dead bodies — lots of dead bodies.
She never planned to take on cases. But when someone tries to run over a disabled-vet friend of hers, Sara has to help. Soon she’s up to her snout in hired assassins and explosives — because money is no object to the man who wants her client — and now Sara too — dead.
Is this newbie P.I. in over her head? Can she protect her client 24/7 (even werewolves have to sleep!), fight off hired assassins, dodge the police and permanently stop the man?
Nobody’s going to hire a P.I. who gets her first client murdered. Nor a P.I. who ends up dead herself. But she’s up against a man who’s never lost.
Buckle up for the ride of your life.
When a billionaire wants you dead… how do you survive?
BOOK 2: 192 DAYS MISSING
Book 2 of the Sara Flores, Werewolf P.I. series
Alaska Brown hasn’t been seen since she disappeared from a casino parking lot. The cops say she left willingly. The FBI isn’t looking.
Private investigator Sara Flores has found nine missing people since she was turned into a werewolf. Her secret gives her an edge, but in this case it may not be enough.
The trail is cold and there are too many suspects, but Sara’s caught the scent of something very evil here. A man who thinks his wealth excuses any perversion. A man who doesn’t see the rest of us as even human. If Alaska is still alive, her terror must be unimaginable.
Can Sara and her small team of misfits really find Alaska and take down a billionaire — or is this the case that gets them all killed?
Murder, blackmail, and a female werewolf running loose in Yellowstone Park
BOOK 3: MURDER IN YELLOWSTONE
Private investigator Sara Flores has found a lot of missing women since she was turned werewolf. But this case is a mess.
A young woman has disappeared. She was seeking evidence her father was murdered 11 years ago… That he didn’t die in a Wyoming snowstorm because he was too drugged and too stupid to find shelter.
Sara races from Big Sky to the Crow Rez to Yellowstone Park, trying to find the girl before she meets her father’s fate.
But the man behind her kidnapping has a billion-dollar money machine to protect. Nobody’s dared to cross him in 20 years — at least nobody alive to tell about it. Not the girl’s dead father. Not Congress. Hell, not even the last three U.S. Presidents.
What can Sara do?