Laila Bissett promised her best friend that she’d track down Gray Lowe and get him to apply for Cybermates, the new shifter mate matching service. She has no idea the sexy wolf shifter, a.k.a. Sunkissed Key’s most eligible bachelor, is about to trigger some painful repressed memories that send her into full blown crisis mode. There’s no going back for Laila. Either she faces some horrifying truths, or they destroy her.
Gray Lowe is not signing up for any silly mate matching service. Not when his mate just walked though his front door. But how is it that her wolf is so damaged, so traumatized, she doesn’t even recognize her own mate when she sees him? Something happened to bury Laila’s wolf so deep inside her psyche that, until recently, she didn’t even know her animal existed.
Even if she never accepts him as her mate, Gray intends to help Laila. But to do that, he must coax a terrified wolf, hidden away for years, to overcome her traumatic past.
Carrie and the Broken Dragons Ava Mason FREE
Filthy, vicious, bitter, snob: words whispered in dark corners to describe The Elite. And now, they're All. Mine.
Best friends since they were kids, they always had each other's back. As the strongest, most loyal group of dragon shifters in the Queen’s Guard, the Elite rule their world with a clenched fist. They work together seamlessly and ruthlessly enforce strict rules. No one screws with them.
And they never let a woman get between them.
Her Kilted Wolf
From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Tabitha Conall, a steamy werewolf romance short story in the exciting new Colliding Worlds series.
Two werewolves, a Scottish castle and the power of fate.
Highly ranked in her werewolf pack in spite of being female, American Mattie Sloane travels to Scotland with her Alpha, never suspecting the trip will turn her life upside down.
A rogue by nature, werewolf Colin MacPherson has to shape up fast when he finds his mate in Mattie.
Just one problem—they both love their countries and don’t want to move. How can they be mates an ocean apart?