My Perfect Mate is now LIVE! Come join Susan and JP as they journey into the Arctic Circle to save the world.
Sneak Peek #3
“What’s their problem with lycans?” Susan asked as they started down the stairs.
“I don’t think anyone really knows,” Esme said. “Our kinds have interbred when the mating bond snapped into place. Mathis and the children prove that by turning into arctic wolves. Something must have happened in the past and now some, not all, of the polar bear shifters hate the lycans. They keep saying it’s about territorial hunting grounds. Lycans don’t hunt the seal or whale. Maybe you can find out more while you’re up there.”
“There you are, Suzy-Q. Ready to go?” Ujarak asked from the front door.
“Where’s JP?” Why did she have to sound so needy?
Ujarak frowned. “He’s outside with Mathis and Jared. I guess you’ll want to ride with him.”
“Yeah, I guess so,” Susan said.
Ujarak turned and stomped out the door. Esme squeezed her hand. “He must really like you to be so jealous. Are you going to be all right with these two?”
“Sure. I have every woman’s dream, a mate and a spare. What could go wrong?”
The Siberian Volkov Pack Romance Book Ten
Six months have passed since Susan Adams was forced to become a lycan. She’s embraced the wolf with her whole heart, but having super senses and running on four feet can’t help her keep a job or figure out where she belongs. Now, with a mating bond snapping into place and the mating heat riding her hard, Susan’s wolf is demanding she cement the bond in place. There’s only one problem. Her mate isn’t a lycan. In fact, she’s not sure what he is, and mating Susan is the farthest thing on his mind.
Jean Paul Nadeau is not your ordinary elemental witch. He’s one of the famed Averys, as human witches know him. In truth, he is an immortal Fae Lord sent by the Queen of Avalon to guard a dimensional gateway sitting in the middle of Quebec City. When the lycan mating bond attaches to his heart, JP is both delighted and dismayed. Finding his “Destined One” is an unexpected gift, one that could cost him more than his immortality.