The Twisted Fate Trilogy begins...
There are two kinds of shifters: Rakshasa and Light Ones. Rakshasa want to snack on human bones. Light Ones want to protect the humans. Unfortunately, the Rakshasa are currently winning the battle, as the Light Ones are not fertile.
Only one type of Light One, exceedingly rare females called Chala, are able to produce offspring. The Rakshasa know this, and have managed to nearly decimate the population.
Enter anti-hero Gavin Rowan; a cursed Rakshasa who believes he is a Light One. He feels all his Rakshasa urges to kill but has been cursed to protect the Light Ones instead. Throw Sydney Amataya into the mix. She is a Chala—but she doesn't know it. At least not until Gavin saves her from a Rakshasa attack and then declares her his mate. But that's not how Sydney operates.
Encouraged by her cross-dressing Fate, William, she refuses Gavin's claim.
If he wants to mate with her—once she gets over the shock of discovering this supernatural world, that is—he's going to have to woo her, impress her, wine and dine her. Romance her.
She deserves no less, end of the world be damned.
Twisted Fate Trilogy:
Of Love & Darkness
Prim and Proper Fate
Prisoner of Fate