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Each night is the same.  A handsome, mysterious stranger visits Catherine in her dreams, never allowing her to see his face, and leaving her body satisfied, but her heart wanting more.  When a chance encounter in the smoky confines of a night club puts Catherine face to face with a man whose eyes seem eerily familiar, dreams and reality collide in a way that frightens and inflames her.  Are her dreams real?  Is Blake the key to her future and her past?

An infamous art thief, Kaitlin leads a life most can only dream of.  There's one problem, though - she's bored.  When a mysterious invitation to a masquerade ball appears in her mailbox, she decides to attend on a whim.

Ares, God of War, has had his eyes on the fiesty Kat for some time.  But can he win her over with only one night to tame her wild heart?  Can he get what he's always wanted by fulfilling her deepest desires?
"Kayleigh Jamison has an easy flowing and relaxed writing style that is a delight to read." -TwoLips Reviews

"..."Caging Kat" is a deviously clever tale as Kayleigh Jamison artfully infuses offbeat humor into the world of the Gods." -Debbie, C2KS

"The writing and voice were flawless, and the story was fast-paced and flowed well." -Ash, Rites of Romance

"The whirlwind romance of Kat and Ares is so scorching, each scene was more beautiful as the next." -Euro Reviews

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Bound Souls Series:

Leading Her to Heaven
currently out of print
Re-releasing December 15th
March 15th, print
Scottish Warriors:

Scandalous Situations Book Two:  A Compromising Evening

British Regency:
currently out of print
Re-releasing November 15, ebook
February 15, print