Unexpected Outcomes is the first book in the Allegheny Shifters. It’s also my first Mpreg (okay, the second one. Troy was my first 🙂 ), although the Mpreg part of the book is not the focus of the story.
In a world where shifters are relegated to only a few areas of the country, life isn’t easy for everyone.
Levi is a badger shifter, an alpha’s son, and a carrier. The fact that he can get pregnant is a secret, and his family risks a lot by keeping it. He needs to find a husband and get married as soon as he can if he doesn’t want the council to take him and make that decision for him. He agrees to meet Dimitri Marson, the son of the bear alpha. Dimitri is the best candidate for Levi’s cete, but when Levi meets him, he realizes he’s not for him.
Dimitri doesn’t understand why Levi pushes him away. They might not be in love, but they both know getting married is what’s best for the sleuth and the cete, and for Levi. Besides, Dimitri is handsome and rich, something anyone would want. Right?
When his mother points out how much of an idiot he’s been, Dimitri tries to make amends. Levi gives him a second chance, but their union might end before it even starts. Someone is trying to kill Dimitri, and they’re not stopping for anything.
Will Dimitri manage to save himself? And if he does, will Levi really give him another chance to show him they really can work well together?
I also had a new release on December 3. A Fangy Christmas Miracle is a Christmas short featuring brand new characters. It night become a series if there’s enough interest 🙂
Christmas miracles do happen, even to grumpy vampires.
Christmas means two things for Percy—a sad turkey meal he can’t eat since he’s a vampire, and even sadder memories. He didn’t expect this year to be any different, but he hadn’t counted on meeting Roan.
Roan comes from a big, happy family, and he hates the thought of anyone spending Christmas alone. When he bumps into Percy at the grocery store, it’s obvious from the contents of Percy’s basket that it’s exactly what he’s going to do, and when Percy loses his wallet, Roan sees it as an opportunity to change that.
Percy is surprised when Roan knocks on his door on Christmas day, and even more surprised when he realizes why Roan is there. Will he be able to open his heart again? Or will the memories of his past cling to him and make him pass up this new chance at happiness?
One last thing: I finished my newsletter freebie ( a short set in the Whitedell series from Troy’s point of view), so if you’re not signed-up yet, please do! http://eepurl.com/c-uvKn