Never have a one-night-stand with a shifter.
1) They're intense, growly lovers and they bite—hard
2) You risk them claiming you as their "fated mate" and never leaving you alone again
3) Even if you manage to get rid of the guy, you might be carrying his baby
Gwyneth knew better. She could tell right away that Doug was a shifter, but it didn't matter. He was too hot to let go. One night of fun never hurt anybody, right?
Well, she was right about one thing—it was only one night.
As soon as Doug knew Gwyn was pregnant, he did what any douchey, malcontented, irredeemable shifter would do—he ran fast and he ran far.
But when his inner mountain lion drives him back into Gwyn's arms, Doug learns that danger waits at every turn. Wooing his mate and learning how to be a good father are the least of his worries.
Savage Penance is a standalone novel in the Fierce Mates: Corona Pride series. If hot, bad boy shifters make you howl and smart, resourceful heroines make you happy, one-click Savage Penance for some hot sexy tension and heart-melting romance.
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Army of Golems
This is book seven in the Fierce Mates: Corona pride. Gwyn is a witch and her son, Caleb, is half witch and half mountain lion shifter. The shifter part comes from a one night stand with Doug who left her. There is an excellent and entertaining storyline with lots of shifting, magic, danger, and deceit. The characters are vivid and memorable. Excellent read!
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I couldn't put it down!
I couldn't put it down!
I literally read the whole thing in one sitting, which is unusual for me. The story just pulled me in and held on tight, and I was powerless against it!
Though this is book 7 in the series, I don't think you need to read the previous books to enjoy this one. But you should. Because this series is awesome!
Doug was a bad guy in previous books. Like, a real jerk. But this story painted him in a different light. I enjoyed reading how he continued to evolve throughout the story, and I loved how he was with Caleb and Gwyn.
Gwyn was really cool. She's a witch, but she is endearing because she has doubts and shortcomings like we all do. She's very independent and can totally take care of herself and her son, but she was also strong enough to ask for help when she needed it.
These two knew each other from years ago (I won't tell you how!) and they have a certain...something...in common. Though they were hesitant to reconnect in any way, they soon found the pull towards each other impossible to resist. And when they collided, HOLY SMOKES!
Liza is just such a master of imagery. I always feel like I'm right there in the action-packed stories she writes, and I can't wait for the next book!!!
(I was given this book in consideration of my honest thoughts)