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One Fate, one mate, a bond too strong to deny …

Paul Collins, duty-bound Pack Warlock and seer, must marry a strong witch for the good of Pack McVale. But his hidden feelings for his best-friend's sister, maternal wolf Ivy McVale, make this a more difficult pill to swallow every day. Especially when they begin to mate.

Then Paul has a vision: If they mate, Ivy will die. Desperate, Paul uses his powers to change destiny and make Ivy think she's always hated him. He can deal with any punishment the Fates make him pay for tampering with destiny, as long as Ivy lives.

After recovering from a bewildering month-long illness, Ivy notices her nemesis, Paul, is tormented by something. And strangely, she is the only one who can feel it. Unable to endure such unhappiness—even if he does call her Poison Ivy—she is determined to help him, no matter the cost. Because Pack McVale cannot survive without him, and curiously, neither can she ...

April 6
Permien Press
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

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Good read

Paul was the last warlock in the line to protect the Were pack McVale and promised/forced to take a witch from a powerful coven to mate with to carry on his line. Ivy was a Were and the younger sister of one of Paul’s good friends. They had secretly been in love with each other unbeknownst to the other one since they were young. Now older and of marrying age, Paul realized that Ivy was his mate and prayed to his goddess Arianrhod to help him then did something unthinkable. The results changed their future but not as Paul planned so their pain filled love story continued to take Ivy and Paul through heartache and emotional turmoil while threatening to destroy not only their pack and the truce with the promised witch’s coven but also the destruction of them all causing Paul and Ivy to have to make other life altering decisions before it was too late to save at least one if not all of them. Good read.

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