Mate Wooing 101. The Werewolf’s Roomie
Everyone knows taking a roommate is a lottery. For Corey Ferguson, it’s been way more. Corey’s had to live for months with the hottest, most amazing guy he’s ever met. And while eye candy is always nice, his roommate Sebastian is also ridiculously straight, and there’s only so much unrequited affection Corey’s poor heart can withstand.
In a bid to put his doomed feelings behind him, Corey agrees to go on a blind date with another man. And that’s when things start getting really strange.
Unbeknownst to Corey, Sebastian is a werewolf. Since moving in he’s been trying to woo Corey, but with no visible results. Who knew humans had such complicated mating rituals? It’s so much easier for werewolves, but humans always have to do things in a long-winded manner, and half the time, Sebastian doesn’t even know which way is up.
He makes tentative plans to confess his feelings, when suddenly his mate is snatched from him by some stranger. No, this cannot be. He refuses to allow it. No one gets in the way of a werewolf and his mate.
But between his rival, his secret, and his inability to figure out a way to Corey’s heart, can Sebastian succeed in claiming his mate, or will Corey always remain just the werewolf’s roomie?
Mate Wooing 102. The Beta’s Kitty Cat
It was just another mission for Beta Mason Green, just another day of using his abilities to protect the secrecy of his kind. At least… It was until he felt the beautiful, tantalizing scent, pursued it—and earned himself a shower of ice water for his trouble.
It’s worth it, though, because the culprit behind his predicament is none other than his true mate, Leo. But Leo is a house cat shifter, and felines are notoriously wary of werewolves. Can Mason convince Leo their bond is more important than the difference between species, or will Leo never purr for him again?
Mate Wooing 201. An Omega’s Guide to Dating
Devon Woods has always been very aware of the burdens and responsibilities that come with being an Omega. It’s a little hard not to be, when his entire existence—including his stay in the Hunt pack—is influenced by his nature.
But when Ross McIntosh appears in his life, this particular problem escalates to an unprecedented level.
Ross is a former human turned werewolf, and inexplicably, an Alpha. He is also convinced Devon is his mate. Devon isn’t so sure. Why? Because Devon wants it so badly to be true. He is madly in love with Ross and he fears that his Omega pheromones could be manipulating the newly turned Alpha.
It would probably be safest to put some distance between the two of them. Instead, they take a different approach—they start to date.
Devon knows absolutely nothing about human dating, but that’s beside the point. An extended courtship might just give him the answers he seeks. And anyway, how hard could this… dating be? What could possibly go wrong?
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