Pack

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

Golden Valley

Golden Valley

A generous Alpha with a tragic past and a young Omega with hopes for the future overcome mistakes to heal a pack and find happiness together.

Word Count: 41,524

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.


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Reviews

I loved seeing both of these characters interact.  Even though Kyle is constantly trading barbs with Brent there doesn’t seem to be too much fight behind them.  Kyle is amazed when he does finally open his eyes to really see Brent.  I loved Brent’s attitude towards Kyle, knowing that he uses is attitude as a defense mechanism he slowly begins to break down his walls until they crumble.  Both of these characters are sweet deep down and really just want someone to love them.

Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words

I enjoyed this version of Something in the Way He Needs and look forward to Cardeno's and Robison's next collaboration.

Guilty Indulgence

Although this is book 2 in the Pack series it can be read as a standalone but in reality why would you not read book 1? 

Prism Book Alliance

I enjoyed this little novella primarily because of Isaac's sweet and tenacious desire for Rafi. The beginning made me smile as Rafi shares with readers why he disliked Isaac but also how he can't resist Isaac, either sexually or emotionally. The romance is quick moving as this is a novella but it still seemed a complete romance. I liked these characters so well that I would like another story featuring the gentle giant Isaac and the quirky Rafi in their simple, heartfelt romance

The Novel Approach Reviews

I just love the characters from this series, the familiar feeling I get when reading all my best friends, and catching up with where they are at right now.

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