Mates

Mates Collection

In Your Eyes

In Your Eyes

Two very different men with a tumultuous history must overcome challenges from all sides and see past their society's rules to realize they are destined for one another.

Word Count: 60,875

To Touch You

To Touch You

“His name is Salvatore Rossi. He’s a vampire. And he’s my true mate.”

Word Count: 66,181

Until Forever Comes

Until Forever Comes

A sensitive wolf shifter and a vicious vampire challenge history, greed, and the very fabric of their beings in order to stay together until forever comes.

Word Count: 60,702

Wake Me Up Inside

Wake Me Up Inside

A powerful Alpha wolf shifter and a strong-willed human overcome traditions ingrained over generations and uncover long-buried secrets to fulfill their destiny as true mates.

Word Count: 74,755

Destined for each other, true mates find love despite the odds.


These books are linked by theme or world. They are independent and can be read in any order.


What CC Is Reading

I'm loving this book by the always wonderful Riley Hart!

Reviews

Collins deep, warm voice, gave life and credence to the characters, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to his voice. In my opinion, if you can’t have a movie, the next best thing is an audiobook, it truly does immerse you into the storyline.

Three Books Over the Rainbow

A beautiful addition to the series. I loved Abe, and Jason had so much more to offer than he thought. Watching these two slowly merge their lives, with all the accompanying stuff that contains, including Jason's kids, was lovely. Jason needed Abe...

Rainbow Book Reviews

The book opens with Shiloh trying to take his own life with a razor blade, but this is just the beginning of the story. ... This story isn't like anything I have ever read before. Maybe it was a Hanukkah miracle, maybe it is what truly happens at...

The Novel Approach Reviews

It was a sweet, sexy and easy read... I loved the two MC's, I loved the simple, yet not so simple storyline... Some of the brother banter scenes are hilarious and I felt myself flinching and giggling from familiarity. This is a character driven...

On Top Down Under Book Reviews

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