Three shifters. Triple the trouble
From a USA Today Bestselling author comes a bundle with three first-in-series shapeshifter romances.
A polar bear.
Enjoy the romances of these shifters and their fated mates as they take a second chance on love.
Shifter Shenanigans includes:
My Scarlet Woman, Middlemarch Shifters book 1
Emily Scarlet's husband left her for his secretary and died in a car accident—all on the same day. Now, six months later, Emily has emerged from her chrysalis of painful memories. And to prove she has what it takes to attract a man, she's determined to experience one perfect night of passion. This decision (and a feline shapeshifter) changes the direction of Emily's life...
Blue Moon Dragon, Dragon Investigators, book 1
On her 25th birthday, Emma decides to show bad boy investigator, Jack, she's not just an efficient secretary. She's a woman with needs, and she wants him. Jack is a dragon shifter who requires women to satiate the sexual demands of his beast. When they're thrown together on a case, pretense and reality blur generating hot sex laced with risk...
Fiona's Mates, Churchill Polar Bears, book 1
After a marriage breakup, Fiona seeks the adventure denied to her by her callous husband. She finds it when she meets the Swenson brothers in a small Arctic town. The shapeshifter brothers are busy with their fledgling ice-trucking business, but meeting Fiona sends their thoughts in a different direction. Then, danger stalks into town. If the brothers don't act fast, not one of them will win Fiona because she'll be dead...
You'll love this paranormal shapeshifter romance box set because it contains sassy women who know what they want and strong, alpha men who will protect them to the end. Oh, and a little humor, a few secrets, and some danger and suspense to keep things interesting.
Customer ReviewsSee All
I absolutely loved each book in this boxset.
Each book had a awesome storyline, even the secondary characters were really good.
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Bad, bad, Good
The first 2 had questionable writing and were very obviously written poorly with no thought to how they should end. But the last was well written with a conclusive ending that wrapped up all the loose ends I could remember from the outset.