Beacon in the Darkness, book 3 in the Allegheny Shifters series, is out now on the eXtasy Books website! There is Mpreg in this one if anyone was wondering 🙂
Sometimes you have to let yourself be happy even in the darkest of times.
Seamus has been living with the Steele family since they rescued him from his uncle’s basement. He’s in love with Alex, but he’s sure Alex only sees him as a third brother. Besides, even if he didn’t, he’s the heir to the cete’s leadership, and Seamus can’t imagine he’d want him by his side once he becomes alpha.
Alex’s world was easy, or at least relatively easy, until the council that governs the shifters in the Allegheny forest passed a new law—all the carriers, no matter their age, have to be handed over to them. Alex’s father makes the decision of renovating the Bishop house, a house deep in cete territory, where the carriers will be safe. The first to move there is of course Seamus, the man Alex loves.
More needs to be done, though. While everyone is working on finding dirt on the council members, on keeping the carriers free and safe, and on finding the two teenage carriers who’ve been taken, Alex and Seamus try working out their relationship. Things aren’t easy, though. Seamus won’t be safe until the council is on their side again, and no one knows when that will happen.
But Alex will make sure it does, even if he has to kill for that to happen.
Colin is book 16 in the Council Enforcers Series.
Sometimes we are the hardest on ourselves, even when we shouldn’t be.
Colin has been living half a life for the past twenty years, ever since his father caught him kissing William. Instead of standing up for their relationship, Colin allowed William to be thrown in jail and married the woman his father chose for him. He loves his two sons and even Justine, but they were never meant to be together, and they’ll never be truly happy as a couple. That suits Colin just fine because he doesn’t deserve to be happy. His son Brandon does, though, and when Colin’s father decides to arrange a marriage for him, Colin finds the courage he never thought he had and finally stands up to him.
A half-shifter created in a lab, Matt has been working undercover for the past fifteen years with very little time as his real self in between cases. When he gets shot and realizes he won’t be able to go back to his job, he’s surprisingly relieved. He’ll finally have time to be himself and to cultivate his relationship with the few friends he managed to make in between jobs. And best of all, he’s met his mate. Maybe now they can get to know each other and see what’s possible.
Things aren’t that easy, though. Even after Matt and Colin talk, Colin is still married, still guilt-ridden over the pain he caused William, and still terrified of his father. Justine finds her courage first and tells Colin it’s time for them to get divorced. He agrees—but can he overcome his terror and stand up for himself and his mate?