It's that time again!
I only have two books for you today but one is a boxset of three.
Crystal Lake Pack by Candace Wondrak. It's a reverse harem story with four very sexy wolf shifters.
After being expelled from college due to some fantastical circumstances, I come home and find my life has been a lie. As in, I'm not human. Never was.
I'm a shifter. A wolf. My mom fell in love with my dad and ran away from her pack, but they've come to bring me back, to show me the life I missed. It's wrought with danger, multiple mates, and forbidden romance...and the worst thing about it all?
I think I like it.
I think, missing wolves aside, I want pack life.
But I'll never get a normal pack life as long as the Crystal Lake pack and its alpha are being plagued by a mystical, crazy death priest, so I choose to do what I can to help my future family. I might be the only hope this pack has at survival, you see.
Want to know a secret?
I'm not just a shifter, either. To fight a death priest, I'll have to meet him head-to-head with magic.
Crystal Lake Pack: The Complete Series includes Limitless, Undying, and Evermore, and has been rewritten from the trilogy's original release. It is now in first-person point of view. This is a slow-burn, why choose romance. This collection also includes a never-before-seen steamy novella detailing the night of the claiming, along with her firsts with each of the guys.
The second book is Hagen by Janice M. Whiteaker. Okay, this one was a different kind of shifter book since it's big foot. It drug out at times, but I did enjoy how the heroine knew her shit when it comes to the woods.
Think you know the truth about the legend of Bigfoot?
Hagen is a cursed man.
He pretends not to care what being the beast has taken from him. The limits it puts on his life.
On his happiness.
But when a woman with hair as red as fire is bussed right to his family's doorstep and put under his watch there's no way he can keep pretending.
Rhea makes him want what he can't have. She makes him selfish.
She makes him weak.
Hagen knows he shouldn't want her and he sure as hell shouldn't have her.
His beast disagrees.
Rhea is different.
A sensitivity she can't explain makes it difficult to be close to people, costing her one career and more than a few relationships.
If you could call them that.
Now she's stuck in the Appalachian Mountains pretending to hunt a beast that doesn't exist for a job she never wanted with a man who makes her want to break all the rules.
Hagen could break her too. Tear down all the walls she built so carefully and leave her in ruins.
And it might be worth it.
That's it for the week. It's likely only going to be a couple of books for a while so I can listen through my books that will be coming out next year.
Have a wonderful weekend.