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Howl My Name
Grayslake: More Than Mated, Book 5
Length: 6 hrs and 30 mins
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Werewolf Reid Bennett has one goal: investigate the Brookfield clan's Itan. Reports are coming in that the male is abusing his werebears and - even if he's a werewolf - Reid will put a stop to it. Unfortunately, the resolution ends up being permanent, and now Reid's the clan's leader. The only positive about his new situation: curvy werebear Evelyn Archer. She makes his wolf howl, and he aches to explore every inch of her lush frame. He's the clan's leader, and he knows exactly where he'd like to lead Evelyn - his bedroom.
After one passionate night, witch Iris Holloway is left with more than just the memory of the sexiest vampire she'd ever met - she's pregnant. And the little bladder squasher inside her belly seems to take great joy in reminding her of its presence at the most inopportune moments. Like when she's sitting in judgment over another witch in her job as an Othercross Sentinel. It's hard to focus on justice when a gal's gotta pee. It's also hard to focus when the baby's vampire master father shows up at her work after seven long months, trying to claim her as his beloved.
The vamp life sure as hell ain't the glam life. Just ask Alena Falkov. One day she'll be a full-fledged attorney, but for now, she's stuck working her fangs off at a thankless job while she attends Othercross University's esteemed law school. Of course she might not have the job for long if she can't be on time, but when a vampire catches the scent of her Beloved - her one true soul mate - in the hallways of the courthouse, no one could blame her for tracking him down. Now if only he wasn't the defendant...and by all accounts, guilty. Or is he?
As a sultry siren, Cora Murphy can have any man she wants - and her interfering mother has a long list of eager candidates suited to her daughter's station as fae royalty. But Cora just wants to live a normal life, working at Othercross as a Sentinel and hoping one day a man will fall in love with her instead of succumbing to her mystical - and totally bogus - allure.
I woke from cryostasis a prisoner. My crime? I have no idea. I was stuck with a hundred other women, all headed to who knows where. Captive in a dank, dirty cargo hold. Then, out of the darkness, came Solair. A handsome alien. Golden skinned. Horned. The dashing captain of a pirate ship. They rescued us - he gave my people food, shelter, and promised us safety. In exchange? He took me for himself. But the people who captured us, haven't given up. They want us back. They're powerful and will do whatever it takes to find us. The only thing stopping them? Solair.
Lucy Morgan left Ashtown, Georgia, 10 years ago and planned to never return. Unfortunately, life didn't get that memo. She's back and now painful memories follow her everywhere. Until she meets him. Mason Blackwood is over six feet of sinfully gorgeous man who - for some reason - wants her. He also thinks he's a werewolf so...yeah. He's crazypants. But when he wants to have his wicked way with her, his sanity doesn't seem all that important anymore. Mason isn't sure how much longer he can remain Alpha over the Blackwood pack.
Omega Rachel Fields did what she could to protect her packmates from the evil Riverson werewolves. She endured living side-by-side with the men who murdered her uncle and seized his pack - all while raising her orphaned nephew as her own son. Now that their reign of terror is over, Rachel is determined to live life on her own terms. Gavin Blackwood has one job: Redistribute the survivors of the Riversons to healthy packs. There's only one problem - and she just happens to be the old pack's sexy-as-sin Omega, not to mention the most stubborn she-wolf he's ever met.
Fate hasn't been kind to Trina Edgecomb. When her fated mate died on their honeymoon, she was left to face a long and bleak life utterly alone. Of course, as the healer to a very rambunctious wolf pack, she's never truly alone, but nothing will ever ease her crushing solitude. Rogue wolf Max Kincaid has only one purpose: To bring down the developer who destroyed his pack and his life. He's tracked the man to the small town of Tremble, Georgia, and he's just waiting for his moment to strike. Except, before he can fulfill his destiny, he's ambushed in the woods and left to die.
Ally doesn't want to have anything to do with werewolves. Kade is a werewolf who wants to do everything to Ally. Just because Ally Rose can turn into a wolf doesn't mean that she's happy about her status as a shape-shifting, occasionally howling, never-butt-sniffing werewolf. As a result, she has only two rules in life: 1) avoid werewolf packs at all costs and 2) stay the hell away from the man who turned her against her will. Packs are evil, violent, and deadly. And the wolf who turned her is the worst of the worst.
After years of kicking ass in the Army, Captain Valerie Logan needs a break. And she can't think of a better place for some R&R than her best friend's small mountain hometown. Except her sister from another mister no longer lives in Tremble, Georgia. Who does? Her BFF's frustrating, domineering, sex-on-two-legs older brother. Zeke Soren is a born alpha - when he growls, his werewolf pack listens. Unfortunately, there's one beautiful, bad-ass human female who refuses to follow a single order.
Dr. Drew Cooper would rather die than give in to his captor's demands. Only a suicidal idiot would kidnap the Blackwood pack healer in the first place, but to then insist he heal one of the rival pack's members? Yeah, hard pass. Until she walks into the room. With fiery red hair, piercing blue eyes, and curves that could stop traffic, Chloe Soren takes his breath away.
Persia has dedicated her life to saving the planet from greedy construction companies, even if that meant she lost out on a life filled with laughter, love, and passion. Considering she's generally surrounded by losers, potheads, and slackers, it's not such a big loss. Then she meets Warren - a tall, muscular hunk of hottie she wants to climb like the trees she's trying to save. Werewolf Warren Edgecomb lost out on love once and never imagined he'd find a woman for him. Then he stumbles across Persia, and he knows the gorgeous female is his.
When witch Sara Hart hooks up with a master vampire at a coworker's wedding, she fully expects to never hear from him again. After all, she's just a poor receptionist with mediocre powers - certainly not an appropriate match for someone of his status. And he clearly thinks so too since he never even tries to track her down. That stings, but not as much as when she learns he's actively seeking a new mate and she isn't even in the running.
I'm a greaser girl from Novaria. I know my way around an engine room. And I never got close to anyone. Much less a serious relationship. As for Swipt? The handsome alien pirate that rescued me says I'm his mate. Fated. Destined to be together. Kind of a big commitment. But he's...different. Swipt is strong. He challenges me. Excites me. Pisses me off. But maybe I need that kind of fire. Maybe it's what I've been missing.
Paisley Twynham is over the whole werewolf thing. It'd been a shock to be magically kidnapped and plopped in the middle of a werewolf gathering. Then she got kidnapped a second time, had the crap beat out of her, escaped, and then met two men who are supposed to be her mates. Yup, all kinds of "over" the Gathering. Her only salvations are her sisters and...the two men she can't help but drool over. Tall, muscular, sexy as hell, and, for some reason, they want her fluffy ass. Maybe she doesn't hate werewolves as much as she thought....
Joyce's life is mapped out: dead end job, after dead end job, until she is dead. At least, that is until Kede Tria - a Doshan alien - shows up and takes her away from it all. Literally. He's overbearing, possessive, sexy as hell, and everything she never knew she wanted in a man, er, alien. Of course, life happens and she discovers Death by Chocolate isn't just a dessert, it's a reality. Good thing Kede is there to save her...by making her Doshan.
Since she's creeping up on the age of bearing service, the Earth government wants Jassa to have a baby and then hand it off for a family to raise, but Jassa wants her own family. Which means calling Celestial Mates. One questionnaire, a bit of blood, and a race to get away from the Department of Population, and she's got her wish - tall, sexy as hell, and occasionally green alien Vroe, the High Warlord of Vialea. Vroe aches for a mate who doesn't see him as just a rise in status. He wishes for warmth and affection and goes to Celestial Mates to find...Jassa Marizen.
The first day of Mia's new life in Grayslake, Georgia, is not going as planned. The house her grandfather left her looks ready to crumble, boxes cover every inch of the floor and - oh - there's a bear cub in her pantry. It gets worse when the cub's uncle comes by and busts out his fur and claws while on her front porch. Then it gets loads better because suddenly there's a hot hunk of badge-wearing werebear on her lawn ready to rescue her.
Weremole Kira has spent 29ish years of her life half blind and occasionally half dead. In an effort to remain fully alive, she moves to Grayslake, Georgia, with her guide dog - a guide dog who decides to lift his leg and relieve himself on werebear Isaac Abrams' belongings. And when he roars...well, it makes her heart go pitter-patter. Just when she thinks she might have found happiness, a raving she-b*tch werebear chick tries to kill her with the same poison that scarred Isaac to hell and back. The poison that Kira's family happens to manufacture....