Nathan is book 6 in the Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later series.
What you are doesn’t matter. Who you are does.
Even after seeing Luke find his mate, Nathan isn’t sure he has one. They’ve been engineered in the same lab and spent the first years of their lives together, but they’re different, and Nathan knows it might mean there’s no one out there for him. But even if there was, he’s only nineteen, too young for any kind of serious relationship, even though his best friends are both happy with their mates.
Felix is half-demon, and he doesn’t have a mate. It’s not like he wants one, but he wishes his mother would stop throwing full-blooded demons at him in the hopes that he’d pick one and marry him. He’s not sure why she’s doing it, but he’s had just about enough.
When Felix and Nathan meet, Felix is elated—and Nathan runs. Their relationship isn’t the only thing they have to learn to navigate, though. Felix’s mother is still trying to get him to marry a demon, and there’s a new drug in town, one that has a devastating effect on shifters. Will they be able to make it through, or will the pressures on their budding relationship be the end of it?
A Real Chance is book 6 in the Free Shifters series. It’s out right now on the eXtasy website and it will be out November 16 on Amazon.
What do you do when the man you fall in love with is locked in a cage?
Phineas has lived in his cage all his life. He doesn’t know anything different, and he doesn’t expect anything different. That changes when his handler dies in a car accident, and Galen is hired to replace him.
Galen has always loved animals and accepting the job at the zoo is an opportunity for him to work with more animals than just cats and dogs. The last thing he expected was to be assigned to Phineas, the golden tiger shifter who lives at the zoo. He’s always been fascinated with shifters, and he hates the way Phineas is treated like an animal. While he keeps an eye on the news for the Supreme Court decisions on shifters, he does what he can to make Phineas’ life more comfortable, but he wants to do more—so much more.
Galen didn’t expect he’d fall in love with Phineas, and he’s elated when the Supreme Court upholds the decision to consider all shifters as human beings. What he doesn’t know is that the zoo sold Phineas and that he’s going to be transferred away from Galen. Galen can’t allow that to happen, so he takes Phineas away, to the town where shifters and humans live together. Someone is after them, though, and they might not manage to reach the town in time—or without one of them getting hurt.
You can also preorder Nathan, book 6 in the Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later here http://www.extasybooks.com/978-1-4874-2254-7-nathan/