Three hot stories about three sexy shifters from a trio of today’s hottest paranormal romance authors, headlined by bestselling authors Eve Langlais and Milly Taiden!
Bearing His Name
Meeting his mate should have been cause for celebration. There’s just one teeny tiny problem. Jade thinks Ark might have impregnated her sister. He didn’t, but convincing Jade is going to take a bit of honey.
Owned by the Lion
Keir’s been told to stop playing the field and settle down—difficult advice for a hard and hot man with a lion’s heart to follow. But his sights have always been set on Ally. She’s his mate, plain and simple. With her sweet and delicious curves, she’s nothing but sugar and trouble all rolled into one. But he’s known her and sparred with her for years. She’s his best friend’s little sister, and it’s going to take a whole new level of convincing that he’s the mate for her.
No Need Fur Love
Moving with his pack to the tiny town of Stanley, Idaho has Owen Courtney a little on edge. With literally no women in sight, Owen will be lucky to find a date, let alone his true mate. But you know the saying about a werewolf walking into a bar…
Gorgeous wood nymph Mia Oliver is on a mission: Find a suitable male to get her good ‘n pregnant and provide her with an heir. But when Mia decides to pick up a gorgeous and oh-so willing werewolf at the bar, she realizes she might be in over her head. …
“[An] absolutely fantastic set of stories.” – Book Nook Nuts on Thanks Fur Last Night
“A fun filled paranormal anthology written by three very talented authors.” – Night Owl Romance on Thanks Fur Last Night
Top customer reviews
Bearing His Name
Arkadios Pietro Matis aka Ark, a Polar Bear who found his mate buy she didn’t like him cause she thought he got her sister pregnant and left her. He had to prove to his one true mate that he wasn’t the man she thought he was.
Jade Cadeux wanted the man who got her sister pregnant to take responsibility for his actions. So she sent anymous letters to many of the men of the Arkadios clan. She never expected for one of them to fall for her.
Her encounter with the sexy moutain man named Ark was very interesting. The man wanted to claim her as his own. Turned out he wasn’t the baby’s father. Jade meeting his family for the first time was eyes opening.
The bond between Stravos and Ark was beautiful. It was great to get a Cole (BEARING HIS SINS) mention. I’ve enjoyed all the twists and turns.
A sequel to Thanks Fur Last Night. These stories can be read as stand-alone paranormal romance.
Bear shifter first, lion second, werewolf third.Bearing His Name by Eve Langlais
Fated mates. A bear shifter, whose business is honey, finds his mate. Hilarious, irreverent and twisting word flow made this a super fun read for me.Excerpt:
“I’m your mate. You’re mine. All mine.
The realization hit Ark the moment the door opened. A vanilla-honey scent drifted out to him, the sweet fragrance wrapping around his limbs, stroking his skin. It even managed to ignite his taste buds.
Want the yummy thing.
Bear and man wanted the same thing. The woman standing before him.
The certainty that she was his mate hit him much like that baseball bat had in the third grade. It pinched the air out of him with an almost audible whoosh.
Unlike many boys, Ark didn’t mock the mating instinct. He knew, when it hit, a man was a goner. He didn’t stand a chance.”
Excerpt from Bearing His Name by Eve Langlais
Owned by the Lion by Milly Taiden
Fake mate for hire turns real. Sexy. A bit too real and sad with the heroine’s mother searching for successful cancer treatments. The unwavering certainty and commitment by Keir makes this a beautiful romance.
It was amusing when Keir couldn’t decide what to wear to the party and made a mess of his bedroom with discarded clothes. Big strong lion in as much of a tizzy as a anyone getting ready for an important date.
No Need Fur Love by Kate Baxter
A wood nymph must get pregnant to attain status. She finds Owen, a werewolf, at a local bar and easily seduces him. Owen feels a mate bond and realizes she has tried to influence him with magic but he’s not affected and more interested in consummating their bond.
I’m not a fan of lying storylines. In the end, she’s stronger for the bond and protects the werewolf pack.
Minor disjoint: a storm predicted that didn’t happen.
I received a copy of this book via NetGalley. I also purchased a copy via Amazon to share.