THE BIG ALPHA IN TOWN
Langlais, Taiden and Baxter bring readers three exciting stories of supernatural romance, each with a sexy, fiercely driven alpha shapeshifter at its center. The heroes, Ark, Keir and Owen, will have readers’ hearts melting with their strength, distinctiveness and intensity. The three solid, contemporary plots are filled with engaging storytelling, colorful, larger-than-life supernatural beings, and humorous, easygoing banter between characters. The blazing hot chemistry between the two main characters in each story will keep readers hooked. All three stories combined make for one steamy, romantic and fun paranormal read.
In “Bearing His Name,” bear shapeshifter Ark has found his mate. He knows this as soon as Jade opens her door, but Jade thinks Ark is the father of her sister Ruby’s unborn child and doesn’t want anything to do with him, despite their intense. Ark knows in his heart that he is not the father of Ruby’s child and that he and Jade are meant to be together — but he knows it will take a lot of convincing on his part. In “Owned by the Lion,” Keir knows his mate is Ally, his best friend’s little sister who he’s known for years and now he’s quitting his playboy ways to grab her heart. It’s going to be a tough sell because Ally knows Keir’s reputation with women, but he is up for the challenge. In “No Need Fur Love,” wood nymph Mia is on a mission. She needs to find a man to procreate with or she will be forced to give up her birthright. When she approaches werewolf Owen in a bar, the attraction between them is instant and heats up quickly. It’s not long before she realizes she may be getting more than she bargained for. (ST. MARTIN’S GRIFFIN, May, 384 pp., $17.99)