One touch is all it takes …
Riley is in hiding. He always knew his curse would get him in trouble, and now it has driven him to a gloomy island, hours away from Seattle. At least he gets to keep his job in social work and sure, Walker County is a little isolated, and the wealthy recluses who live on the other side of the bay are odd, but he’s lucky just to still be alive.
…to know the truth.
Branson Walker left his pack family ten years ago along with his three cousins. At eighteen, their families demanded the four young men fight to the death to decide who would become the pack’s next leader. The cousins refused and have made a good life for themselves, despite the schemes concocted by their manipulative families constantly trying to drag them back. The four Walker men want nothing to do with pack life, its rules or the blind loyalty it requires.
When Branson meets Riley on a call, he realizes immediately there is something different about the human. After a first date that turns into a first morning, Branson knows he must face his family–if only to ensure Riley’s protection. But when something happens, something none of them could have possibly expected, he knows talking won’t keep Riley safe, he must claim his human, and with his cousins’ help, become the pack they were always meant to be.
Truth is a full-length 80k gay romance and the first book in the Wolves of Walker County with steam, humor, magic, and intrigue as well as a surprise pregnancy that will change everything. For maximum enjoyment, this quartet should be read in order.
Nash Walker is a simple wolf. His days are spent at the firehouse and he never has trouble finding someone to fill his nights. He isn’t ashamed to admit he has an amazing body and though his cousins tease him for his hero complex, he does save lives. He’s a popular guy on the isolated island he calls home and certainly doesn’t need to be around anyone who isn’t thrilled to be in his presence.
Until he meets Phineas.
Phineas is a nerd through and through. Not just a nerd, but as far as Nash is concerned, an angry one. All of the traits that normally make men fall at Nash’s feet have no effect on Phineas, and though his head tells him there are plenty of fish in the sea, Nash’s wolf only wants him. There’s a sadness in Phineas that calls to Nash.
Phineas is used to being invisible. No one cares when he walks into a room and he prefers it that way. People in his life have a habit of getting hurt so he lives alone. All his friends are online where they can be safe from his curse. His touch heals, but not without making sure a price is paid. But when Phineas has a problem he asks Nash—the insanely gorgeous fireman who is everywhere Phineas turns—for help. He might as well learn what he can before Nash comes to his senses.
Meanwhile, a serial arsonist is targeting buildings in Walker County, particularly on pack lands. As much as Nash hates the idea of helping the wolf pack that he once called his, he must do his job. When the danger spills to the other side of the island, particularly at his human’s door, Nash knows he must find the culprit or he might not ever have a chance to truly claim his mate.
Hope is the second book in the Wolves of Walker County with steam, humor, magic, and intrigue as well as a second surprise pregnancy that will continue to change everything. For maximum enjoyment, this quartet should be read in order.
The playboy of the Walker men meets his match.
Wyatt Walker won’t fall victim to the same spell that ensnared his twin brother and cousin. Whatever force compelled both men to become whipped by their mates, Wyatt wants nothing to do with. He has his hands full with his bar, and their ever-growing wolf pack. Besides, someone needed to stay available to the single population of Walker County.
When he meets Kansas, a customer just passing through, it’s Wyatt’s job, his duty, to show Kansas a good time for the night—or a few hours. Then Wyatt wakes up in a daze, his bar has been robbed, and Kansas is gone.
Energy vampire, best friend’s with a cat, is it any surprise he’s on the run?
Kansas, hasn’t regretted his way of life in a long time. He’s also never used his mysterious powers to take from someone quite as alluring as Wyatt Walker. But Kansas operates under a strict set of morals. He never takes from a person who can’t afford to lose a little and he never dips in the same well twice. That Kansas even considers returning to Wyatt’s bar proves how dangerous he is. There was something different about that man, a fact that only proves true when Wyatt becomes the first person to ever catch him.
And now, he’s demanding that Kansas pays up.
Wyatt’s got everything under control. He’ll handle the cunning thief and his demented cat, without developing the F word—feelings. He’ll handle the elders’ latest attack. Those cowards couldn’t intimidate Wyatt’s family so now they were using pack politics to attempt to control them.
When a horrible crime rocks the Walker County wolf pack, all eyes look to Wyatt, the last man to fight with the elders. More importantly, that F word went and became a whole heck of a lot more and Wyatt will have to figure out not only how to keep his family’s freedom, but how to keep his mate. Stubborn determination didn’t work. He’s gonna need faith.
Faith is the third book in the Wolves of Walker County series. It is packed with fun, humor, and steam. A playboy finds his mate, a man in need of help finds his family, and the Walker cousins fight once more for their freedom. For maximum enjoyment, this quartet should be read in order.
Lurking beneath the surface, a monster waits. Possessive. Dominating. Alpha.
Aver Walker isn’t one to make waves. He’s steady, calm and sensible. He and his cousins have carved out a good life for themselves and things around the Walker house are finally starting to look like normal. Their version of normal, anyway.
And Aver couldn’t be more miserable. He’s been living a lie, hiding his sexuality and his nature. No one realizes his rational demeanor is a facade and it’s getting harder to hide the dominating beast lurking beneath his skin. The only time he can be himself is when he leaves his home. At the end of each trip, he has to tuck his true identity away. The task was never easy, but he always managed, until he met the man who made him want to be just who he was for every moment possible.
Self-professed guardian gayngel, he helps those who need his help, too bad he needs it the most.
Hollister Addams never recovered from losing his family in a tragic childhood accident. He hasn’t survived as long as he has without hope and a whole lot of luck. Now, he does what he can to help those around him. His job as a waiter in Seattle’s hottest gay club brings him up close and personal with some of the city’s most vulnerable. He’s helped by his gift of reading people’s emotions, but his true superpower is far more difficult to explain. When Hollister spots Aver, he doesn’t need his powers to know the man needs help, but not because Aver is powerless. He’s tortured.
Every time Aver returns home, he lets go of a life he’ll never get to live. But after a weekend with Hollister, Aver refuses to shove the memories, or the man, behind him. Hollister makes him feel like he could have everything he wants, his life in the pack and his man by his side. But, as things once again begin to heat up on pack lands, Aver is split by the two sides of his life. The pack needs a leader—once and for all—and the Walker house sits in conflict. Without their matriarch, they are flying blinder than usual and the decisions they make now will change everything.
Love is the fourth and final book in the Wolves of Walker County series. It’s packed with the romance, jokes, loyalty, and love you’ve come to expect from the Walker men. Love answers that question everyone in Walker County has been asking, who will lead the pack?
For maximum enjoyment, this quartet should be read in order.
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