Liza got her start in romance by sneak-reading her grandma’s paperbacks. Years later, she tried her own hand as a ghostwriter of romance. It wasn’t long before she started developing her own series. Now she’s a USA Today bestselling author and she spends her time writing about shifters with fierce hearts.





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  1. Curious to know if you have or will ever have a newsletter as it would be very helpful in not missing out on new releases!

  2. I too want to join your mailing list! Also is Rose King (Rock Creek Clan connected to the Fierce Mates: Rock Creek Clan series

  3. I have a couple of questions please: What books are in the Spellbound Sisters I see that Oracle Adored from Valentine Between The Sheets anthology is book 2 but, 1) What Is book 1’s title & is it available for purchase? 2) Will Oracle Adored be available for purchase separately from the anthology? I am a avid reader & have all of your books to date, but as a rule I tend to shy away from anthologies unless they have more than 1 or 2 of my authors, or the story from 1 of my authors will never be published separately, and because I usually end up repurchasing a book anyway when it is released separately. So please help me with this. Thank You

    1. Great questions, Vivienne! Thank you for asking! So, Book 1 in Spellbound Sisters is titled Oracle Defiant, and it will be released in just two weeks in the Captivated anthology, which is up for pre-order. Here’s the link: https://www.books2read.com/rh-captivated Both books will be sold separately when they come out of the sets–and we have plans to expand “Oracle Adored” so it’s a little bit longer than it is in Valentine Between the Sheets, which had a word limit. I hope this helps you make your decisions! 🙂

  4. Vivienne Rodriguez

    Is A Brutal Pink a single title? If not which series does it go with & in what oprder please?

    1. What a great question! Right now, it isn’t part of a series, but I have one planned. All of my Fierce Mates books take place in the same world, though, and that goes for A Brutal Pink, too. In my free story, Irredeemable, there’s mention of a gift going from the Corona Pride over to California for a wedding. 🙂 I hope to do a whole series for the Clearwater Pack soon!

  5. Hello again, I am curious to know when Oracle Difiant, & Oracle Adored will be released individually please? As I stated previously I tend to shy away from anthologies unless ther book in said anthology won’t be released individually as I always buy the book again upon individual release, or unless there is more than one of my authors in the anthology. As you already informed me that both will be released individually and extended as theres a word limit in anthologies, I been anticipating their release which I hope should be upcoming as Oracle Entangled has just released (hopefully that too will be released I individually as well).

    1. Hi, Vivienne! Okay, here’s the scoop:

      Oracle Defiant is going to be released on its own sometime this summer, but we don’t have a set date yet. However, we don’t have any plans to expand it–it’s a complete book as-is, in the Captivated anthology.

      Oracle Adored *will* be expanded, but we don’t know quite when that will be! Summers are busy with family stuff, and we don’t get to write as much. So it could be as long as early fall before we can publish an extended version.

      Orphan Entangled actually doesn’t have anything to do with the other two books–it stands alone and is also complete as it is in the Fated Mates set. 🙂

      I hope this helps! <3

  6. Hello, I apologize for any inconvenience but I have questions pertaining to the Spellbound Shifters series & sub-series, please. I am quite anal about my books being in proper order which is why I have lists of not only my authors, but their books as well, and each series has series name then the books in said series in reading order,& if series has sub-series, or a single title just loosely connected in some wa, then I add the sub-series titles in order as well. The Spellbound Shifters series, The original series is actually a serial or a continuous story, titledSpellbound Shifters: Dragons Enrwined which including the prequel has 5 books, then Spellbound Shifters: Fates which so far has 1 book (Hope Reclaimed), Then comes Spellbound Shifters: Fates & Visions also with 1 book so far (Oracle Defiant), which leads to my question is Orphan Entangled part of a new sub-series or does it go in one of the others please. I know I probably sound crazy but I did mention I am anal when it comes to my books. I understand that to anyone outside my family (o.k to even my family) I sound quite loco but I accept & embrace my crazy, anyway please help I need to know where it goes in both my kindle and my list to maintain some semblance of sanity. Thank you

    1. Vivienne, it makes perfect sense that you would want to have all of the books in order! I think this page here will answer your questions and give you an up-to-date list: https://lizastreetauthor.com/lizas-books/spellbound-shifters/ Basically, Hope Reclaimed and Orphan Entangled each stand alone and we’re putting them under the “Spellbound Shifters Standalones” umbrella. There was a different series title for Hope Reclaimed at one point, and I truly do apologize if it has thrown you off! <3 Feel free to ask any questions to help keep them straight in your head, Kindle, and list; I don't mind at all.

  7. Filthy Wolf by Liza Street

    I think I have a new favorite in this series. Every time that I read one of the Junkyard books, they seem to get better and better and I fall in love just a little bit more with the characters and series in general. This book features Marcus and Jessica and while like the others it’s filled with humor, action, heart, angst and all-around steaminess, the word that I would most have to pick to describe this book is love. I loved watching Grant and Caitlyn fall in love and Lena and Carter dance around their attraction to each other in their individual books, but this book touched me more than all the others.

    Jessica and Blythe are hiking at night when they decide to camp out under the stars and unknowingly cross the boundary line of the Junkyard. Blythe’s capture is immediate but thankfully Marcus is the one who finds Jessica when she goes in search of her friend. Their meeting quickly grows into trust then friendship and eventually love which practically emanates in every scene they’re in together. A misunderstanding of not hearing Marcus’ name ends up in a game of calling each other by other names that begin with J and M which I found highly entertaining and made me smile each time. I couldn’t have come up with half of those names, they were brilliant! You know they were either teasing or trying to drive home a point when they called each other a fake name but when they spoke their true names, you know it was all business or strictly speaking from the heart. The love and care that they felt and gave each other while they worked out a plan to save Blythe and how they always put the other first, even when they were hurting the most, filled my heart to overflowing. Who doesn’t want that one person that makes you feel that you’re the only one who matters to them? Feelings and fear were put aside several times to come to the other’s aid and no matter what trouble was arising, you knew without a doubt that they had each other’s backs. Their love scenes are exactly that, love. In every whisper, spoken promise and touch, love was the only feeling I came away with, even in their hottest moments. Their laughter, arguments, exploring the world around them or their bodies, every interaction just radiates pure love and joy.

    I was worried that Blythe would be forgotten but she was ever present in their thoughts and we’re given time to learn more about her through sneaky visits and through conversations with other shifters. Keeping Jessica hidden to keep her safe was a great way to bring her and Marcus closer and always wracked up the anxiety level of when she would be discovered. Eventually she was captured as well and Marcus finally had to throw off the fear that he wasn’t wolf enough to protect her and save the women. My husband says that I give away too much in my reviews and he’s probably right but I won’t say how the women were saved because it was such a stunning surprise to read and kept me glued to each page. I will say that the women did some saving of their own and the speech that was given to ensure their safety and any future woman that appeared in the junkyard was perfect.

    This book didn’t just lead to another beginning for another great couple, it led to a new start for the Junkyard. I can’t wait to see how this will play into future books, especially with Blythe still stuck there, although something tells me that the besotted Jase will help her find her way.

    1. This is lovely, Randy! I’m so glad that Filthy Wolf had such an impact, and I’m grateful that you’ve shared your thoughts with me! I’ll confess, I used a baby names book to come up with many of those M and J names! 🙂

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