Can't get enough shifters? Then it's time you discovered Author Rebecca James. Sex isn't the only thing that goes bump in the night in the world of Shifters and humans... And check out her contemporary works as well! You're welcome.
Improving werewolf/human relations takes a sudden backseat when Josiah, unknowingly half-werewolf, goes into heat and is mated by the handsome Pack Alpha. Added to that are three rogue alphas stirring up ill feelings towards humans. War between the werewolves and humans and the overthrow of Josiah’s mate as Pack Alpha threaten Josiah’s future happiness of First Omega of River Wolf Pack.
David knows that it’s imperative to strengthen human/werewolf relations, but the humans distrust the homosexual, polygamous werewolves. David’s human lover, Jax, says he loves David, but he’s not willing to take the bite and become a werewolf himself. David wonders if he would be better off mating with Brooks, an attractive beta in the pack. When David and Brooks are kidnapped by greedy members of the Congress, David risks his life to save his pack and their way of life.
Nicco Santori and Rider Davies are partners on the LA police force and closer than most married couples. When Nicco sees Rider kissing a man, he’s more than shocked…he’s jealous. Nicco must confront Rider about what he saw; and perhaps more difficult than that, he must confront himself about the feelings for his partner he’s kept buried for too long.
When Rider found out Nicco, his partner on the police force, had romantic feelings for him, he thought he would have it all. But Nicco is having trouble accepting he’s in love with a man. Rider wants to take their relationship to the next level, but his partner vacillates between hot desire and cool indecision. A trip to Nicco’s family’s for the holidays only makes things worse; Nicco’s father is homophobic, his mother wants grandchildren, and an unexpected guest makes Nicco jealous. Back home, the two men must make a decision between pursuing their romantic relationship and saving their partnership.
Love Will Find a Way:
Aiden O’Keefe runs a thriving catering business, and Bryar Cabot is a commercial pilot for Friendly Air. They’ve been together for three years, and their wedding is only weeks’ away. Aiden has always had a feeling that Bryar is hiding something from him but chalks it up to his insecurity at not being worthy of the older, gorgeous, accomplished Bryar. That something comes out when Bryar tells Aiden that his parents are not dead, as Bryar had let Aiden believe, and are moving back to NYC from Switzerland. That isn’t the least of it—Bryar’s parents believe their son is straight and living with a woman. Aiden is understandably angry and hurt by the lie, and when Bryar tells his parents the truth, they leave for a hotel. It all seems to be more than a relationship can stand. Or will love find a way?
Carver West unknowingly took the job that Bishop Guy expected to be his, causing Bishop to resent him for it. Carver’s attracted to the handsome ranch hand, but winning Bishop over isn’t going to be easy. A punch to the face leads to a hot tussle in the hay, and Carver’s left wanting more. He can only hope that Bishop feels the same way.
Love Lost, Love Found:
Dane Cavendish faces his second Christmas season without his wife. On a snowy evening on the way home from work, Dane sees someone huddled underneath an overpass and offers the man a place to stay. Sayer Mills lost everything he had and is determined not to take advantage of Dane's kindness. Dane wants Sayer to stay, but he’s beginning to think maybe Sayer just isn’t into him. A close call for Dane on the job finally jolts Sayer into making it a Christmas to remember.