Books five to eight in the Werewolf Sentinels series.
Finding his mate is something Durlach has longed for, but being in his dire wolf form at the time throws things off—including his mate, who just happened to be on the back of the horse Durlach spooked.
Meadow is surprised with how tame the wolf is, and realizes he must be a domesticated pet. When his hunky master comes looking for him, she has sexy visions of taming him too.
Riya is a bit of a klutz. And how. Not only does she head-butt the most gorgeous man she’s ever seen, but she manages to put them in the path of a charging bear.
Capac is more than thrilled to find his mate, even if she’ll forever keep him on his toes. With the change in leadership of the dark wolves, Riya will be in greater danger than his wolf brothers’ mates ever were.
Love on the Ice
Carson lost the love of his life four years ago. As a mortal, he’d given Laci his heart, but he’d screwed it all up. Now she’s back in Juneau—and he’s a Werewolf Sentinel.
Laci decided her ex wasn’t going to keep her from the city where she’d been born and raised. She was over him, after all. At least she thought so until he touched her.
Ryder finds the process of coming into his full shaman powers harder than he’d expected. It doesn’t help that he’s being relentlessly pursued by a female werewolf who doesn’t step down from a challenge.
Wren has set her sights on Ryder, and that is that. The shaman might have turned her down time and time again, but he’s the one meant for her.