'Celia Kyle's my go-to for sexy alpha shifters and fast-paced, delicious storylines' Jessica Clare, USA Today bestselling author
Jaguar shifter Stella Moore has one thing on her mind - to take down the anti-shifter organization that destroyed her family. Her plans are going perfectly until a sexy-as-sin stranger throws off her game and decides the only way they can both avoid getting caught is to claim her as his girlfriend. Wait! What? Now she has to fly to a tropical island and play along because the alternative is . . . deadly.
Most people know Cole Turner as an uber-wealthy playboy - not as a tiger shifter who's part of a special ops team to protect his kind. Now his undercover mission has been compromised by a redheaded bombshell, and every animal instinct he has is screaming mate. To survive among so many enemies, they'll have to keep up their romantic act, find their intel . . . and absolutely not fall in love along the way.
In Kyle's fun second Shifter Rogue romantic thriller (after Wolf's Mate), a jaguar shape-shifter with a vendetta clashes with a tiger with a more calculated plan. Stella Moore's family was destroyed by agents of the underground antishifter organization United Humanity. She wants to kill one of the organization's leaders, but she's stopped by billionaire Cole Turner, a member of Shifter Operations Command (SHOC), who needs Stella's target alive for interrogation. Stella reluctantly agrees to cooperate with SHOC, and she and Cole pose as a couple at United Humanity fundraising events to get the access they need. This masquerade isn't too much of a hardship for Cole and Stella, who are very aware of their mutual attraction. Certainly, their inner beasts are eager to know each other better. With the rest of Cole's SHOC team offering cute commentary and providing backup for the spy games they play on a tropical island, Stella and Cole's steamy relationship advances quickly. Kyle's fast-paced storytelling is invigorating, and readers will look forward to the rest of the SHOC team finding their mates.