A Second chance at a shifter romance...
J.D. MacGregor is the beta of the Tarker’s Hollow pack. Respected by his pack-mates, adored by his fellow professors, and crushed on by his female students at Tarker’s Hollow College, all Mac really wants is to be loved by Parker Everly. But the curvy middle school teacher can’t forget his bizarre behavior at a party several years ago. And since he has to keep his wolf-shifter identity secret, he can’t explain what was going on that night. Parker seems to find him cute at best and amusing at worst. Meanwhile, poor Mac is driven out of his mind with lust for his former student teacher.
Parker Everly has always had a crush on Mr. MacGregor - he’s hot as hell, funny, and crazy smart. But he’s obviously an incurable ladies’ man. And Parker’s got problems of her own, problems that seem to defy the natural order of the universe. As her mysterious dreams grow more frequent, Parker begins to see things in the shadows that shouldn’t be there. She’s always been a light-hearted person, but it’s beginning to feel like the world is closing in.
When a horse-ride through the darkening woods turns into an impromptu camping trip, Parker and Mac are thrown together. It’s hard to deny the strange happenings around them, and even harder to deny the attraction between them. Will the two manage to restrain themselves? Or will Mac finally profess his love?
If you like wolves, magic, strong women, and alphas with experience, you’re going to love Seasoned Shifters, set in the steamy shifter world of Tarker’s Hollow.
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I received an Advance Readers Copy. J.D. Macgregor thinks he has everything figured out. He’s made some mistakes in the past especially when it comes to Parker. Mac is the beta to the wolf pack so he has many secrets. Parker has her own secrets that she’s not sure about. Her secrets rear their ugly head when she’s not expecting them. There are a quantity of bumps in the road of this relationship. They do find solace after everything is said and done, but in a way of uniqueness.