Never tell a shifter to choose between...
Hannah Kagan has her sites set on the top female position of a rival pack. And she's picked out the male who'll lead at her side: the charasmatic and mysterious Ethan Jager. Tempting Ethan to mate her is supposed to be the easy part.
Discovering your true mate plans on seducing the man who has been secretly sharing your bed for years should be upsetting. But Noah sees an opportunity. A wickedly powerful shot at heaven on earth.
With his pack in shambles, Ethan has one last chance to claim his destiny as pack leader. And unorthodox relationships don't fit the mold. But his enemies have made this pack war personal. And Ethan is done playing by the rules.
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- ISBN e-book = 978-1-953075-24-6
- ASIN e-book = B09ZRK65B1
- Series = Royals and Alphas
- # in Series = 6
- Publisher = Cherokee House Publishing
- Author = Dana Archer
- Genre = Paranormal Suspense Romance (Fiction)
- Closed-door version of Shared Mate by Nancy Corrigan
The story lines are good and captivating for shifter lovers, would recommend this author
“Hannah?” He tipped up her chin and waited until she met his gaze. “It’s a person’s soul I respect, not their body, and yours is strong. Bright and pure.”
His whispered name held longing. Need. Desire.
He couldn’t help but give her what she asked for. He bent and pressed his parted lips to hers, sharing air with her—a shifter’s kiss. It was the intimate exchange only close lovers indulged in. It felt right to share it with her, just as it was to hold her.
“I’m drawn to you, Hannah.” He ran the tip of his tongue over her lips, the top first, then the bottom. Her flavor hit him, sending a wave of raw lust through him. “Like a moth to a flame. Isn’t that how the expression goes?”
“How do you know my name?”
One corner of his mouth rose. “There are only a handful of black-haired, blue-eyed…” he glanced at the windows of the apartments lining the alley before focusing on her, “…women in West Virginia, and your…” Again, he trailed off. His grin widened. “Your petite stature is well known. It was a logical guess.”
She couldn’t argue his reasoning. She might not have seen many shifters outside of her pack, but she’d heard stories of some. No one had mentioned him. She would’ve remembered if someone had talked about a male with gorgeous green eyes and a body carved from stone.