When Lilah Murphy started serving drinks at the exclusive Platinum Club, she never expected _she_ would be on the menu.
Biotech billionaire Gavin Stanton had one taste of the new, curvy server and his craving could never be satisfied until he had her fully. Completely.
Fate brought them together, but a centuries-old secret could tear them apart, for the Stanton family holds a shifter legacy that no human has ever threatened.
Gavin Stanton is the billionaire CEO of a Boston biotech firm. He’s also a werewolf, the son of a large, ancient family with roots in the British aristocracy. His work is his life. But then he feels the Beat—an irresistible urge to mate with Lilah, a beautiful human who inflames his passions like no other—and he abandons everything he thought he knew in his need to claim her.
Lilah Murphy is broke and desperate. All she wants is a job to support herself, her sister, and her ailing mother. The last thing she needs is to get involved with a rich, powerful guy who would discard her after a few hot nights together and get her fired at her new, high-paying job. But she, too, feels the Beat. She hears him in her mind, feels him in her soul, and the urge to answer the ancient call is undeniable. Is she strong enough to embrace his secrets—and her own?
The Billionaire Shifter’s Curvy Match is the first in an all-new series of hot (did we mention *hot*?) romances about the billionaire shifters and the women they’re fated to love.
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Diana Seere was raised by wolves in the forests outside Boston and San Francisco. The only time she spends in packs these days is at romance writing conventions. In truth, Diana is two New York Times and USA Today bestselling romantic comedy authors who decided to write shifter romance and have more fun.
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I really enjoyed reading this book. It is the first book in a new series by Diana Seere. The writing was really good. And I enjoyed the character development. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I received an ARC copy for an honest review
It’s was an ok book. Needed more explanation and had a choppy plot line . I felt like I jumped into the middle of a story. The ending left you with many questions.
So much wrong I can’t even list them all. Worst shifter story I’ve read in a long time, sorry but just... no.