Ajani is a shifter without a conscience. Stolen as a child, hidden from the world, trained to kill without remorse. It’s all he knows. He works without question until someone targets the only bright light from Ajani’s dark past—Marvin.
Ajani had always known there was something tugging at his soul, or that special someone, but he doesn’t want to bring Marvin into his dark world. But then when had Ajani ever got what he wanted? The Fates chose Marvin for Ajani, and he’ll need all the skills he’s learned to keep his mate safe.
Marvin, previously known as AX4395, is finally happy in his life with the Thalassa’s and all the gorgeous children, but he will never forget the lost boys—those youngsters he used to visit regularly, the boys who grew up in cages. The scientists’ experiments he’d endured during his own time in captivity turned him into a hairy outcast and a legend—Bigfoot. Thanks to his skills, Marvin escapes the fate befallen so many, but he still remembers every boy, and the others he’d met along the way. When fate brings him face to face once more with the one special boy, he remembers above all others, Marvin knows his life will change forever.
But finding his fated mate exposes Marvin to a fearful foe—one who knows Marvin and Ajani, and all the other lost boys. Now it’s up to Marvin and Ajani to pool their skills and work together to prevent the unthinkable. Because if something were to happen to Marvin, then who would remember the lost boys and save Ajani’s soul?Purchase on Amazon
Has Fate taken science and shown it who’s boss, when everything about Nico and Teilo is not what it seems?
Ben was happy looking out for the wider shifter population in his role as acting council lead. Then one particularly complex case involving the assassin program unfolds, making him question what he’s doing. When Ben comes across a photo, it sends him on a race home to Paraguay to fight for the shifter’s ultimate gift—his mates.
When the scientists leave Teilo and the others to rot in their cages—disappearing without a word—Teilo is ready to give up. Every waking minute of his life he dreams of freedom, a life he wants to share with Nico. Teilo doesn’t understand their connection, he just knows he can trust it soul deep.
Nico knows nothing else but life in a cage and his skills to bestow death on those the Devil wants dead. The only person who keeps him from going feral is his cage brother, Teilo. The man scientists use to get Nico to comply with their demands. Kept in their animal forms, with no food or water, they both know the end is coming for them. That is, until a strange cat visits their basement…
Finding each other is just the beginning. Teilo and Nico have to heal, and Ben has a responsibility to the council. Can the three men untangle the binds that hold them and find the answers before someone else has to suffer the same fate? Ben is a gritty MMM Paranormal Romance story. The book includes scenes of graphic violence and intimacies between three men (none of which are blood related). We intend it for adults only—please store your e-content responsibly and enjoy.Purchase on Amazon
The stench of blood, sweat, and something less tangible, arousal, increased in the room as the heat radiated off those who were training. The instructors used that word when, in reality, those trapped inside the damn cages knew differently. One-on-one combat was more like it.
The fuckerheads, what Conrad secretly referred to the trainers and scientists as, watched with a feverish light in their eyes that revealed how much they got off on observing the fighting. They got the same glint in their eyes when they did inhuman things to them, too.
Did they notice they were being observed as they were? Conrad swallowed his disgust. Chained and forced, yes but that didn’t mean they had taken over Conrad’s brain. They would never get that.
The scientists were so focused on outcomes that they never considered an animal needs to know such things as what food is good to eat, when and where to find it, whom to avoid and approach. When these things are not genetically pre-programmed—because they depend on the particular circumstances of an individual’s time and place—the animal must learn them, and Conrad had. His survival had depended upon them.Purchase on Amazon
TWO-DAYS RIDE WEST OF Sacramento – 1871
As his horse reached the crest of the hill just before his home, Beaumont pulled him to a stop, wiping the sweat from his brow with his forearm. He was filthy and nothing he did could get the stench of the smoky train exhaust from his nostrils. But his contract with Central Pacific Rail was finished, at least for three months, and Beaumont was looking forward to spending some serious time with his wife and children.
Eugenie. Beaumont smiled as he looked down at the homestead they had built together, nestled in the valley below. The house was sturdy. Solid. Just like their marriage. Beaumont wasn’t sure who he had to thank for the way Eugenie came into his life, but he was forever grateful.
Eugenie had taken his animal spirit in her stride, even though her own father preached against the perils of ‘demons’ who walked in men’s clothing. She had said nothing about it, raised to be a decent woman in all things. She’d simply packed her bags when Beaumont proposed marriage and hitched her wagon to Beaumont’s life. In the years that followed, she’d blessed him with two sons and a daughter, turning their house into a true home.
“Come on, boy.” Beaumont urged his horse down the hill. Eugenie wouldn’t be expecting him, not that it mattered. She always kept a meal on the fire, and Beaumont’s blood surged as he imagined her helping him with a hot bath. He’d been gone three months—their only contact was the occasional letter. Beaumont always promised he would write to his wife more often, but working on the rail line had been hard and dangerous work. Most free moments Beaumont had, he spent eating or sleeping before they dragged him awake to face the next problem coming his way.Purchase on Amazon