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Love At First BITE

At 37, Were Bear Parker Holmes is all grown up. But even a powerful leader with his own territory has to go home when his mommy calls. On his way back to Grayslake he runs into curvy little Michelle Delacourt. When his bear starts roaring MINE he knows there’s no turning back. Too bad the woman refuses to make it easy on him! When his sister gives a shout out to all the single shifters in the area he learns that now he’ll have to compete for his mate in the first ever Shifter Bachelorette. Can’t a poor bear catch a break?

After witnessing a violent crime starring some wicked looking tiger shifters, 100% human Michelle is forced to leave everything behind her and hop a bus to the middle of nowhere, AKA Grayslake, Georgia. So what if her life before wasn’t all that great, at least it was hers! Bad luck prevails when she encounters the bossy, insufferable, domineering, and far too gorgeous for his own good... Parker. From the moment they meet the man can’t seem to keep his hands off her or stop telling her what to do with her life. Even as her traitorous body is screaming “Yes” she pushes him away. But will she be able to hold out and keep her single Facebook status? Or will he take the one thing she’s never given anyone before… her heart? All she knows for sure is that the man is unBEARable!

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Welcome to the exciting world of Grayslake. Please try not to wake up the bear shifters… it makes them grumpy.

***This More Than Mated Worlds story was inspired by Celia Kyle’s Grayslake More Than Mated Series and is a novella.

September 3
Josie Walker Books
Joquena Lomelino

Customer Reviews

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Here’s a perfect example of why an author should never allow another writer to add to the series. Don’t waste the dollar. Parker deserved a better story.

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