Cole Anderson has always known who his one true mate is, but the rejection he suffered at her hands was too much to bear. Still, it helped shape him into the man he is today. He swore he’d never return to Collier Pack, but under his Alpha’s orders, he has no choice but to go for the celebration ceremony as Thomas and Lily step up as the new Alpha and Pack Mother. He knows he’ll have to face her. But will his heart survive it?
Fifteen years ago Elizabeth Collier was little more than a child. She had always had a strong sense of duty to her Pack and at the time thought she was doing the right thing by rejecting her one true mate and taking a compatible one instead. She had not been able to go through with it, and the bond between her and Cole had never been severed. Now he’s back and she’s ready to risk everything to prove to him they are meant to be together.
They’ve each endured years of irrevocable torment with a bond stuck in limbo. Now they must come face to face again. Cole wants to break the bond. But will that end his pain? Elizabeth’s ready to fight for them. But can they truly resolve the pain of their pasts and come together at last? Or has too much time past and their chance at love lost?
Cole and Elizabeth have been given a second chance at love. Sparks will fly and tempers will flair. But can the love between true mates conquer all?
Gage Matthews is a self-proclaimed lone wolf, traveling the country and living life on his own terms. He carries the burden of a dark past and many secrets, trying hard to never look back. He prides himself on being free, until he’s not. Running through the dessert in his fur brings his life to a crashing halt when he finds himself picked up by a group of humans. Broken, beaten, starving, he prays for a quick and easy passing, rejoicing when the angel of death descends upon him. But she’s no angel…
Clara Collier travels the world rescuing animals and the occasional shifter. Feeling restless and stagnant in her life, she heads into a new assignment that changes her world forever when she comes face to face with a caged red wolf. He’s not just any wolf, he’s her one true mate, and he’s dying. Clara must work tirelessly to save him only to learn he has no intentions of taking a mate.
Rejection, secrets, PTSD, and stubborn pride are only a few obstacles Clara and Gage must fight to overcome. But what happens when the past catches up to him? Will Gage stay and face his own personal demons? Or will he run?
Bran is filled with hate and anger over the deaths of his parents and willingly accepts a mission to avenge them. The mission is simple:
1. Go undercover as a rogue shifter looking for work
2. Infiltrate Collier Pack knowing their close ties to Westin Pack
3. When the opportunity arises…Kill Kelsey Westin
His mission is sealed by a blood oath forged by a powerful witch. He’s prepared for every possible scenario—except her.
Ruby has watched as one by one her sisters find their true mates. They’ve fought the calling and she’s seen first-hand what an unresolved bond does to a person. Vowing never to do that to herself, when she stumbles across a handsome stranger squatting on Collier land, she knows he’s her one true mate. And she wastes no time sealing their bond forever.
Now Bran is bound to Ruby, and her position gives him quick access to his target in unexpected ways. Killing Kelsey now comes with a steep price of losing Ruby forever. But the pain of the blood oath will kill him if he doesn’t act.
Time is running out. Kelsey or Bran must die to break the oath and true love cannot fix Bran’s dilemma…or can it?
What happens when opposites attract from warring packs?
Peyton Collier is unhappy in her life. She’s watched as her sisters found their mates and dreams of the day it will finally happen to her. But when she meets Oliver, the swoon-worthy bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks, all she can do is faint, then crawl in a hole to die of embarrassment.
Oliver Smith has enough to worry about and doesn’t need or want the complications of a new mate. He’s still adjusting to his new role as a single dad and doing everything in his power to just get his younger brothers through high school. Being a Larken wolf comes with its `own stereotypes, but being a half-breed puts Oliver at the bottom of the Pack.
Can Peyton and Oliver overcome their own prejudices and those of society?