Gazelle shifter Ward Langston has been running through life. He’s been all work and no play for far too long. He’s been working hard on a year-long celebration for work but the hard part is almost finished. He only has a few more interviews to do and then he can start getting back to his life. Namely, finding his mate!
After curvy Joan Marin follows him home from the bar, Ward is reluctant to start anything. He’s in the middle of a big project and doesn’t have time for it at the moment. That quickly changes when his gazelle takes a strong interest in the beautiful women. But Joan isn’t as interested in him once the sun comes up. She’s on Safari Island for work and doesn’t want her relationship with Ward to complicate her job.
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Maura Trebel is visiting Safari Island for her honeymoon, except there is no husband by her side. Her fiancé left her at the alter and Maura was forced to come to the romantic resort alone. She quickly makes a new friend and is surprised to see a face from her past.
Branch Dunkin is having a less than stellar summer. His best friends have gotten married and he’s lonely. He’d love to find a mate one day but is content to keep his life single and carefree for now. All that changes when a woman from his past waltzes back into his life.
The two have an instant connection but Maura doesn’t think she can act on it. She’s on the island for more than her honeymoon. The secret is enough to make her keep her distance. Will she go through with her plans or will she be won over by love? Find out in book three of the Safari Shifter series! Only $0.99 or FREE with KindleUnlimited. Pick up your copy on Amazon today!
Lily Aris is heading back to Safari Island for her best friend’s wedding. While she’s happy to be back on the amazing island, it’s been no vacation. Between having to juggle her demanding boss back home and maid-of-honor duties, she’s exhausted.
Croc shifters Max and Finn Nunez have been at each other’s throats since the summer. The tension between the two is obvious to everyone. Finn has been withdrawn and testy for a long time and it’s getting on Max’s nerves. Just when he gives up on Finn, the lovely Lily comes back to the island. Max jumps at the chance to spend more time with the beautiful woman and away from his moody brother.
With the twins at odds, it’s up to Lily to try to bring them closer together. After all, fighting crocs aren’t good for any wedding. She’s more than happy to add this to her long list of maid of honor duties. And she’s going try her hardest to get the hunky shifter twins to kiss and makeup. Only $0.99 or FREE with KindleUnlimited! Grab you copy today HERE!
Addison Little just got the chance of a lifetime. Her best friend won an all-expenses paid trip to Safari Island and she’s asked Addison to join her. Addison’s always wanted to visit the shifter-run vacation spot but it’s always been out of reach financially. This post-college trip is the curvy girl’s last chance to have try and let loose and she’s determined to let her hair down and go wild. Chet Gallow is one of the best workers on Safari Island. He’s been driving tour buses since the island first opened and he loves his job. After eight years, he’s beginning to think it’s time for a change. He wants to settle down and is sure the best way to find his mate is by leaving the island. But there are always surprises on Safari Island. When he meets Addison, he knows she’s the one for him. The curvy girl isn’t so sure. Chet is brass and full of himself. There’s no way she wants anything to do with the egotistical rhino shifter even if he is drop dead gorgeous. But Chet won’t give up so easy. He’s found his mate and he’s going to do whatever it takes to win her over. This is the first book in the Safari Shifters series. This short novella contains a HEA. NO cliffhanger!
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Pilot Kai Waters has watched all the bachelors of Sunset Falls find love. It never occurred to Kai to try to get matched himself. As a busy single father, he has his hands full already. He’d like to find love but he doesn’t want to take away from the precious time he has with his son.
Curvy Sarah Roberts is visiting Sunset Falls from out of town and isn’t looking for a romance. The only thing on her mind is relaxing, going to the town’s Christmas festival and visit with her family. Little does she know that Olivia Grey has one more match up her sleeve and she’s convinced that Sarah and Kai are perfect for each other.
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Billionaire shifter Ben Shelby can’t get a break. He’s wealthy, successful, and an upstanding member of his community. To his mother, that just isn’t enough. She wants her only son to find a mate. Ben’s signed up with the Lovely and Kind Bride agency but still has no matches. Ben wants to find a mate very badly but he won’t rush it. Unlike his mother, he’s patient and will wait for the right woman.
Curvy bartender Zelda Simmons is losing her best friend. Her half-sister Tessa is moving across the country to get married. While out partying on her last night in town, Tessa gets her sister to agree to sign up with a mail order bride agency. Zelda agrees but she doesn’t think the agency will be able to help her. When she see finds out that her match is an incredibly wealth shifter, she’s even more suspicious. There’s no way a billionaire would ever be her perfect match.
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Matt and Mark Lunar have been waiting to become alphas their entire lives. Together, they could provide the leadership that the Lunar Pack sorely needs. Their only problem? They don’t have a mate to complete their triad. There hasn’t been an alpha triad in the pack for decades and the twins are having no luck finding the special lady to complete their threesome. In a last ditch effort to find a mate, the twins sign-up with a mail-order bride company. Join the alphas-in-waiting as they search for their perfect mate in book five of the Mail-Order Mates series. You can pick up your copy HERE on Amazon for only $0.99 or FREE as part of KindleUnlimited.
Here’s an excerpt from the third chapter of the next Lost Tribe book. It should be available early next week. As always, please excuse any spelling or grammar mistakes in this unedited sneak peek.
Lena hurried through the woods. She pushed a branch out of her way and stepped over a root sticking out of the dirt.
“This is a terrible idea,” Ellia said as she swatted at a bug near her face.
“It very well maybe but I need to do this. You’re free to go back to the castle anytime.”
“You know I wouldn’t be able to leave your side. I just wish we had better clothes to wear for hiking.”
They had changed out of their dining clothes and into the dresses they had on earlier in the day. This was their second trek to the wall Sophia had built on Clan Blackfire’s land. Lena was starting to get her powers back and she figured it would be a good time to see if she could get behind Sophia’s wall. She also wanted to know where Margaret actually came from. The girl seemed nice enough but Lena didn’t believe that she was truly from hundreds of years in the future.
“We’re going to be late for the meeting on the beach and then Allen will kill us.”
Lena stopped. She could feel the pull of magic. “We’re close already and I its taken us far less time than the first time to get here. We’ll be able to get back even faster since the moon will be higher in the sky.”
Ellia looked up at the full purple moon. “It is very bright for night time. I can barely feel the magic here but when we came the first time I felt close to nothing.”
“I feel it strongly.” Lena raised her hand and the tree closest to her quivered before bending slightly. “I’m getting stronger. This world isn’t like our Earth but it’s much easier for me to do magic the closer we get to the wall. I don’t think Sophia just chose a spot at random to build her wall.”
“Of course she didn’t. Your evil sister found the most magical spot on this entire world to make her home. Typical Sophia.”
Lena laughed. “At least we can count on Sophia trying to grab power no matter what world we’re on. You have to admire her consistency and drive. This couldn’t have been easy to find after she was toasted by Tavis.”
“Sophia has a bloodhound’s nose for power. I’m sure she found this spot very easily. What are you planning to do now that we’re here exactly?”
Lena had her hands on the wall and was trying to open a small hole. She didn’t need much. Just something big enough for her and Ellia to squeeze through. She felt the wall giving ever so slightly. She concentrated her energy to the soft spot.
“Lena.” Ellia’s voice squeaked. “Please don’t try to get in there!”
“I have to see what’s behind here.” Lena pushed against the wall and felt the spot give. She stuck her hand through the space she had made and smiled triumphantly at Ellia. “See. We can get in and look around before the midnight meeting.”
“No!” Ellia hissed. “This is a very bad idea. We can come back tomorrow with Allen and Troy.”
“We can not bring Troy here to go behind the wall.” Lena scolded. “If he saw whatever it is Sophia is up to, he would throw us all out in the cold.”
“All the more reason to leave it alone! The last time you saw her, she was trying to kill you.”
“Sophia is always trying to hurt me,” Lena said breezily. She slipped through the hole and waited on the other side for Ellia to follow. It was clear Sophia had been up to something in the last few days. They had barely been there for a week and Sophia had made major changes to the landscape.
The first and most obvious was the water and the sky. Lena was standing on a very small strip of beach that was surrounded by water. She could see far in the distance that there was a little village on another beach. That had to be where Sophia and the rest of the tribe were staying. The sky overhead was darker than it had been on the other side of the wall. The moon was white just like the one on Earth. Lena had no idea how Sophia had done it but it looked very much like their vacation home in the West Indies.
“What in the hell?” Ellia looked up at the white moon. “She must be much more powerful than we imagined if she can do this.”
“Not that powerful since she’s trapped her with us.” Lena put her hand on the water and froze a path to the other beach. “Come on. Let’s go say hello.”
Ellia shook her head. “Please Lena. Let’s just go back now. You can open a hole in the wall again and we can come back with more people.”
“She won’t hurt me. She hasn’t killed me yet and she won’t now.”
“Troy and Tavis stopped her on the beach. There’s no one here to protect us now.”
Lena raised an eyebrow. “You have the Princess of the Northlands Fae to protect you.”
Next week, the short-story sequel to the Witch and the Wolf serial will be released. Here’s an excerpt from the first chapter:
Cross smoothed his jeans one more time and took a deep breath. He clenched his shaking hand into a fist and hammered at the door of the Silver Café. No one came so he had to knock again. He waited in the early morning light, but there was no movement in the diner.
“Shit,” he cursed loudly. He knew Magda Silver was in there. Her car was out back already and he had seen her leave her house at 5:20 a.m. She was probably in the back and couldn’t hear his knocking. He walked around to the back entrance and tried knocking again. Still no answer.
There was no way he could just go home now. His best friend, Ozzy, had helped him psyche himself up to even come this morning. He had tried asking Magda on seven different occasions before, only to find his throat too dry to talk. Ozzy had even driven with him to the block just before the diner. This was very unlike Cross. He wasn’t afraid of anything, especially not now that he had his beautiful fae-witch mate at his side.
Thinking of Rory gave him the courage to try once more. Cross went to the only window in the diner’s kitchen. It was high up so he had to climb on the dumpster and lean himself as far out as he could. He maneuvered himself into place and then rapped at the window four times before he fell down. He quickly ran to the back door and knocked hard.
The door flew open. There was flour on Magda’s hands and she looked very annoyed. “Cross?! What are you doing here at this hour? Is something wrong?”
Cross shook his head and ran a hand through his dark black hair. “Not at all. I was wondering if I could have a word with you?”
Magda gave him a shrewd look but stepped aside to let him inside. They walked over to the counter so she could continue making biscuits for the breakfast crowd. “What can I do for you this morning, dear?”
“I wanted to ask your permission to marry your daughter.” Cross said it all at once with no pauses between his words.
Madge slowly pulled the dough apart and put it onto a sheet to bake. “You want to marry my daughter?”
He nodded. “Yes. I know we haven’t been together that long, but there’s no one else for me. There’s nothing I wouldn’t do for Rory and I know she feels the same way about me.”
Magda nodded. “You two have been dating for, oh…is it eleven months now?”
Cross shrugged. “I guess. Sounds about right.”
Magda only made a noise and kept dropping dough onto a second sheet. Cross was starting to get impatient. He much preferred being annoyed to his earlier nerves. Anger he could work with. Even if Magda said no, he would still ask Rory. He didn’t want it to come to that, but he couldn’t tell what Magda was going to do. She had never been a fan of her daughter dating a werewolf. Cross had risked his life to rescue Rory from her crazy half-sister, but Magda could care less.
She had been against their relationship from the start. Most of Rory’s coven sisters were weary of the relationship, but none were openly contemptuous like Magda. It seemed like nothing he did was good enough for her. That’s why he’d needed the pep talk from Ozzy before coming over. He never would have even asked, but he knew it was important to Rory.
“Well?” he prompted the old witch.
She looked up and arched an eyebrow at him. “Why in the world would I bless the union of my daughter and a were-creature?”
Cross’ wolf came awake at the question. The animal did not appreciate being called a creature. “I don’t know. Because I love her and I treat her right?”
“Do you?” Magda nodded. “But how will you treat her once you’re married? I’ve heard tales of weres just abandoning their pregnant mates once they find out the baby is a girl.”
“I would never do that! Some packs cling to barbaric ways, but you know my father would never allow that of the Moon Brothers.”
“Where will you live?”
“She would be welcome at the compound after we were officially mated. You’ve refused to come to my place, but it’s pretty nice.”
“So says the werewolf.”
“Rory is there all the time and your entire coven came over last year at the winter solstice.”
“My coven doesn’t have the most discerning tastes. What does your father have to say about this proposed union?”
“I haven’t asked him yet. I wanted to ask you first.”
“Hm. What do you think he’ll say?”
Cross’ wolf was at the end of its chain. The urge to growl was so strong he was sweating. “He’ll say ‘great.’ No wolf will keep another from its true mate.”
“How are you sure Rory is your true mate?”
He threw his hands in the air. “If you want to say no, just say no! I’m not going to jump through hoops when you don’t like me to begin with. I’m only here because I know Rory would want me to ask you.”
“No need to get loud.” Magda put the pans in the oven and wiped off her hands.
Cross pulled the ring out of his pocket. “I’m going to ask her no matter what. If after everything we’ve been through you still want to say no, that’s up to you. I’ll never be able to convince you.”
Magda held up her hand. “I never said no. Do you think I’ll so easily agree to give up my only child?”
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