Pack Collection

Blue Mountain

Blue Mountain

An Omega who must learn to trust. An Alpha who must learn patience. Fate unites them. Love keeps them together.

Word Count: 35,375

Red River

Red River

Two Alpha shifters join together to lead their pack and build a family.

Word Count: 38,150

Packs and wolves come in all types. But whether an Alpha or an Omega, each shifter longs for his mate.

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

What CC Is Reading

I very much enjoyed this debut novel by Davidson King. It's a hurt comfort with a bit of drama. 



Cardeno C. lived up to the challenge and came up with a truly remarkable back story to the Mate series.

Multitasking Momma

The author was able to convey some pretty sizzling chemistry between them [the leads]

On My Growing TBR

In Another Life gives us such a unique story structure, one that is so creative and really kept me captivated. ... These guys just worked together for me, mushy romance and all. The story has such a great holiday feel, with the ideas of true love...

Joyfully Jay

They say good things come in little packages and this beautifully written sexy novella certainly fits the bill....I loved this storyline and ... delicious and altogether addictive characters. This novella gave a whole bite size of steamy...

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