Chance on LoveRoyal-Kagan, book 4
When my enemy turns out to be my destiny, I have some hard facts to face the morning after.
As a newly matured wolf shifter, the full moon means letting go of inhibitions. And at a human bar in town, I was having the time of my life, until a member of a rival pack decides I was going home with him.
Our unexpected encounter turns into a night of passion with me in the arms of my adversary.
As I navigate the aftermath of our fling, I realize the man I was supposed to hate might not be who I thought he was. He might be the fated mate promised to me by the gods.
Will we be able to overcome the animosity between our packs and find love where we least expected it? Or will old rivalries prove too great an obstacle for our whirlwind relationship?
- ISBN e-book = 978-1-953075-28-4
- ASIN e-book = B0BXCQN3VV
- Publisher = Cherokee House Publishing
- Author = Nancy Corrigan
- Genre = Paranormal Romance (Fiction)
- Open-door version of Sean by Dana Archer
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The strength emanating from her mesmerized him. Part came from the fact that she housed an arctic wolf, one of the rarer varieties. The rest stemmed from her force of will. It burned strongly in her direct stare. She had dominant written all over her. Hell, she could’ve worn a button that said ALPHA FEMALE IN TRAINING.
Sean ran forward and grabbed the man’s forearm, squeezing hard enough to tear a squeak from him. The moment he released the female, Sean slammed him into the wall. “I don’t think the lady wants to leave with you.”
“That’s none of your business.”
Sean raised a brow. “Isn’t it?”
“No. It’s not.”
“Think again. She’s mine.” The second the words left his mouth, Sean regretted them. Too late. That was the problem with speaking while his emotions were running high. Shit got past his internal filter.
“What? Are you her boyfriend or something?”
Sean snorted. “Or something.”
A flash of white caught his attention. He turned and collided with her gaze. Sides heaving, she froze and watched him through her wolf’s eyes.
“Are you okay?”
Her steady stare answered him. In her animal form, she couldn’t speak to him, but she made no attempt to shake her head or nod either.
“Shift and tell me what happened.” He took a step toward her. “I can—”
Her shoulders slumped. “I’m sorry. I wasn’t thinking.”
“Don’t apologize. It’s the full moon. Makes even the most levelheaded more prone to act on instinct.”
“That’s what I was trying to avoid by running away from you.”
“Me?” He pointed to himself. “What did I do to frighten you? Was it because I shoved that loser against the wall? If so, you should know I didn’t hurt him.”
“I believe you.”
He pushed to his feet. “Then what did I do?”