Zayne wants control
Zayne Andino wants his life back. For years, his father has set him up with mate after mate, but only as a pretext to gain more money and power. Zayne is sick of being a bargaining chip, but he can’t anger his father without jeopardizing his own status as agent in the Lunar Council Enforcement Agency. The best he can do is shut down his emotions and act like none of it bothers him.
Talli refuses to be tamed
Talli Paolao should be skating through life. He’s the scion of the most feared witch clan in the world and drop dead gorgeous. But Talli’s first mating went horribly wrong, leaving him with scars that might never heal. And now, his mother is demanding that he mate again, no matter how much Talli dreads it.
A spark neither man can deny
When Zayne meets Talli, his father’s latest pick, all he sees is a spoiled brat. Zayne can’t wait to be free of him. Only, the more he gets to know Talli, the more he sees the vulnerable, wounded man hiding under that beautiful, brash surface. And the more time they spend together, the harder it is for Zayne to pretend his attraction to Talli is just physical.
Talli would rather die than be controlled again. He’s sure he can find a way out of being mated to an arrogant wolf with a disciplinarian streak, no matter how hot the guy might be. But as trouble closes in on the isolated town of Crescent City, Talli realizes he might need Zayne more than he wants to admit.
Can Zayne stand up to his father when it’s time to let Talli go? And can Talli open up enough to let Zayne be the mate he needs? As ruin threatens their lives within and without, the only hope the two men have is in learning to surrender to each other.
Thrust is the fourth and final book in the gay paranormal romance series, Lunar Wolves. It features an arrogant, cocky wolf and a sassy twink in need of a dominant hand and a mate to call his own.
Cy Pataki doesn’t get attached. He doesn’t do coddling. And at thirty-two, he’s old enough to know his feelings won’t change. He’s a damn good agent who enjoys his job protecting Crescent City, but to keep it, he must mate the witch his pack lined up for him twenty years ago.
David never got a choice…
After years of training to be a perfect mate, David Reeds is in a world he doesn’t understand and where none of the rules make sense. Worse, his future mate doesn’t seem to want anything to do with someone so much younger and so very naïve. But, David refuses to disappoint his clan and his mentor. He has his training. He can meet Cy’s every need. Maybe then, Cy will see how well David can fit into his life.
…and was taught he should never have one.
If Cy doesn’t want a mate, he definitely doesn’t want a servant. Gorgeous though he is, the poor kid has been brainwashed, and Cy suspects the man David calls his mentor has motives of his own. If Cy calls off their mating, he’ll leave David vulnerable and in a position to be further preyed upon. But he can’t mate a man who was taught only to serve, no matter how attractive he is. Cy has to show David that being someone’s mate can’t be his only personality trait—even if that means David will realize Cy is all wrong for him.
Cy just didn’t realize how sexy it would be to watch David’s personality emerge or how difficult it would become reminding his wolf he still isn’t the mating kind. As Cy teaches David to stand on his own, he fights the urge to pull David right back.
While Cy fights his instincts, Crescent City faces a threat powerful enough to leave their city in ruins. There’s an enemy operating within their borders and Cy’s team must discover who before the city crumbles from the inside out.
Force is the third book in the Lunar Wolves series and can be enjoyed as a standalone. It is a paranormal gay romance with mystery, suspense, a grouchy, sexy wolf and a young, sheltered witch who never knew the world could be full of so many choices.
Huxley’s best friend is his rock.
Huxley Might’s position as agent within the elite Lunar Council Enforcement Agency has prepared him for a life of service. Being an Alpha is about control and sacrifice. He doesn’t have siblings to pass the duty to. It’s up to Huxley to become the next Alpha and ensure the Might family legacy continues. It is a heavy burden to bear, but Huxley can always count on his childhood best friend, Ezra, to be in his corner.
Nothing could come between them—except the future.
If Ezra Fescue manages to stay out of prison, he’ll be doing better than the rest of his witch family. Crescent City doesn’t have tracks, but if it did, Ezra’s house would be the only one on the wrong side. He’s poor, unattractive, and comes from a family of magical felons—not exactly the type to be close friends with the next Alpha. Full of criminals and mediocre witches, the Fescue clan is despised by the entire witch community. No matter who Huxley chooses as his mate, the first thing she’ll demand is for Huxley to give Ezra the boot. As a werewolf, pleasing his mate will always trump keeping a best friend.
A night of passion changes everything.
Their friendship has a time limit, and after a drunken night where things get out of hand, Ezra is certain their end is nearer than ever. But Huxley refuses to let one night ruin a lifetime of friendship. He needs Ezra in his life. He’ll fix it, fix them, and bring everything back to normal. Except, now that he’s had a taste of Ezra, he can’t go back. If he doesn’t figure out a way to convince Ezra he doesn’t care about Ezra’s bad reputation, he’ll lose him forever. But, how can Ezra let Huxley give up on his legacy?
Can their friendship become more?
Meanwhile, there is a thief operating within Crescent City. Each new theft tightens the tensions that already exist between the different werewolf packs and if Huxley’s team doesn’t find the criminal in time, their powder keg of a city is going to blow.
Tension is the second book in the Lunar Wolves series and can be read as a standalone. It is a paranormal gay romance with mystery, suspense, a possessive, protective werewolf, and a witch who knows he’ll just end up regretting agreeing to that whole friends-with benefits thing.
Axe Landry needs a fake mate—fast.
Axe Landry is the disgraced heir of a defeated Alpha. He craves law, order, and stability, but he’s clinging to his position of Chief of the Lunar Council Enforcement Agency, the protectors of Crescent City, by a thread. If he doesn’t find a mate—a witch mate, at that—by the next full moon, he’s bound for a life of ridicule and isolation. And to Axe, that kind of humiliation is a fate worse than death.
Enter Caden Borealis—wild, reckless…and irresistible.
Caden hasn’t made much of his twenty-three years on earth. His dysfunctional family and traumatic past sent him on a five year bender, but when his grandpa gets sick, Caden knows he needs to take care of the only person who ever cared about him. Caden’s life is a mess, though, and he desperately needs money if he wants to save his grandpa’s life.
A deliciously indecent proposal.
When Caden first hears Axe’s proposal, he can’t believe Axe is serious. All he has to do is pretend to be Axe’s husband and Axe will give him half a million dollars? There has to be a catch. Sure, Axe is a little strict. And yeah, there’s a list of rules Caden has to follow. But he can play the obedient pretend husband for as long as it takes for his grandpa to get better.
Unless it’s all real…
When werewolves start to go missing in Crescent City, Caden realizes he might be in over his head. He’s never let himself rely on anyone before, but Axe—older, gorgeous, steady Axe—becomes his rock as he learns to navigate this newfound world of witches and werewolves. But as the lines between real and pretend blur, Caden can’t always remember that he’s only acting like he’s in love. He needs to keep his head in the game, but it might just be his heart that’s calling the shots now.
Pressure is the first book in the Lunar Wolves series. It is a paranormal gay romance with mystery, suspense, a stern and sexy wolf, and an impulsive twink who maybe should’ve actually read that contract—like Axe had instructed—before he signed it.
As eldest son to the Alpha of the strongest werewolf pack in North America, Emmett knows his future—to mate a powerful witch, become Alpha and fulfill the Sacred Pact.
He’s trained his whole life to become Alpha, despite never feeling like a true Alpha. Emmett’s wants have never mattered, so he’s never bothered wanting anything. Until he stumbles upon an unfamiliar pack of wolves. Wolves claiming they’ve traveled from another world. Emmett should be suspicious of the new wolves.
Instead, he finds himself trapped underneath one.
All the urges he never let himself feel fly to the surface. He can’t deny them any longer.
But how can Emmet follow his heart if it means turning against his people?
Gravity is a non-mpreg paranormal gay romance prequel to the Lunar Wolves series. It is currently offered exclusively as part of the Your Book Boyfriend’s Boyfriend giveaway hosted by Prolific Works.
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