Savage. Charming. Alpha.
Camel watched each of his pack brothers find their soulmates. He knows there’s a soulmate out there for him too and that finding that person may mean saving the world. But what he knows matters less than what he feels. His head tells him spending all his time protecting Fulton—a man who gets into far too much trouble for a fragile human—may mean dooming all of humanity, but his heart refuses to let the human out of his sight.
Fulton has many regrets, but none so devastating as meeting Camel. The alpha is always there, even when he shouldn’t be and keeping him at arm’s length is nearly impossible. He’s so stubborn, and sexy, and all Fulton wants to do is fall into his embrace, but Camel is also taken—promised to a man who isn’t him.
If Camel knew the truth about Fulton, he’d hate him. Fulton has ignored his dangerous secret for too long and though saying goodbye will break his heart, it was always going to break anyway. He’ll probably die attempting to take back his future, but at least than the arrogant alpha will be forced to move on.
Except, saying goodbye to Camel means nothing if the stubborn alpha refuses to accept it. Every second spent close to Camel is torture, making Fulton jealous of a man he’ll probably never meet, because if facing his demons doesn’t kill him, his envy will.
Control. Obsession. Alpha.
Mateo’s soulmate may be out there, but Mateo has no intention of finding him. Being bound to Mateo would be a punishment. He doesn’t have the charm or patience of his pack mates and he refuses to let fate force a person to be with him. As the mission to save the world continues, his once small pack is growing and Mateo can see there is no place for him and his disdain. The day was always coming when Mateo would say goodbye to his pack brothers and he’s put it off long enough. It’s time he did everyone a favor and disappear.
Bruno learned as a child that family didn’t mean forever. Not when every time he falls asleep, he becomes a danger to everyone around him. With a body that has more padding than muscle, he looks harmless. But beneath his curvy exterior lurks a monster that doesn’t care who it hurts. Bruno lives separate from the world, avoiding anything that might make him lose control. Until he meets Mateo accosting a vending machine in the middle of the night. The man is assertive and hotheaded. And, for some insane reason, decides Bruno’s protection is his responsibility.
Bruno is exactly the type of man Mateo should stay far away from. He’s gentle, sweet, and in trouble. He’d also be a good liar if Mateo couldn’t hear his heart patter each time Bruno tries to tell Mateo he’s fine. He isn’t, but he also won’t tell Mateo what’s wrong. Too bad for him, Mateo is stubborn, and he’s not leaving Bruno’s side until he finds out.
But Bruno isn’t the only one with secrets. He has no idea Mateo is a wolf shifter or that shifters exist. Ignorance is bliss—and safety—except, when Mateo’s interest becomes a full-blown obsession, keeping his hands to himself is not just impossible, but unacceptable. He wants to do more than touch Bruno’s body, he wants to claim him. But first, he’ll have to convince Bruno he’s powerful enough to face the monster lurking in Bruno’s nightmares.
Wrath is the third book in the Wolves of Resurrection Road series. It is an action-packed, unrestrained romance into a world of angels, demons, mystery, and mpreg like you’ve never seen before. For maximum enjoyment, this series should be read in order.
Guardian. Protector. Alpha.
Abel’s pack lives on the fringes—and like it that way. So, when an ally pack tells him he and his men are ancient warriors reincarnated, that they must join forces to save the world, and that they have soulmates—he calls bullsh*t.
Abel will fight the demon kings threatening to destroy the world and every human on it, but on his own terms. He doesn’t need a soulmate. His life is too brutal for something as fragile as love anyway.
Micah lives in fear ever since witnessing his parents’ murder as a child. People are dangerous, so is the dark, and just about everything else located outside of his tiny room. His world is small on purpose, until the day his best friend needs his help and to give it, Micah must stop hiding under the covers and face the unknown.
Abel spots the terrified boy right away in a place he has no reason being. Micah is so human it hurts and Abel can’t allow someone so soft and breakable to roam unprotected. Choosing to guard him has nothing to do with the way Micah makes Abel feel—like he’s gasoline and Micah is a match. The pretty boy is off-limits, but when a demon king sets his sights on Micah, Abel must bring Micah deeper into his world to protect him.
Abel is the type of dangerous Micah has spent his life hiding from, but the alpha also excites him in a way Micah could never experience alone under his covers. More importantly, he’s Micah’s only hope of surviving.
Passion. Devotion. Cursed.
Pani has spent his entire existence pining for his mate’s touch. The years without Dominion were hard, but Pani got through them with the hope that one day, his warrior would return. His memories were all he had, until a mission goes awry and Pani forgets the warrior who owns his heart.
Dominion would do anything to protect Pani. The ones responsible for bringing them back together will rip the soulmates apart if they refuse to fight the insidious evil threatening to enslave every human—and shifter—on earth. But when Pani forgets him, Dominion doesn’t care about the world. If he can’t figure out a way to make his soulmate fall in love with him again, he’ll let it all burn.
Can a love that was once instant be earned?
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