Devin eBook cover


(Royals and Alphas, Book 2)

The shifter who bites you...

Keeps you?

Feral. The Royal shifter who claimed Lena’s body and soul is feral.

Devin’s also wickedly handsome, kisses better than any man before him, and promises to slay all her demons. With her sisters in the hands of the enemy, she has enough personal issues to qualify as a hot mess too.

She needs a hero, not a powerful immortal on the brink. But every smoldering encounter they share solidifies Devin’s vow.

He’s her perfectly imperfect match. And Death better cower and run before Devin starts hunting.

earns commissions

Product Information:

What Readers are Saying...

  • "I'm absolutely loving these books..." Amazon Review, 5 stars (Read full review)

  • "Everything ties together perfectly." Amazon Review, 5 stars (Read full review)

  • "I have read the untame version and was curious as to how I would like this. The story line is still there and works quite well." Amazon Review, 5 stars (Read full review)

Read a preview...

Devin Moore peered through the windshield at the sprawling mansion. He took in the small pond, the English garden with its ornate fountain, and the hedge maze. Butterflies fluttered above the bushes. A frog hopped from a lily pad into the water. And a squirrel ran down the side of a tree.

There were no standoffs. No fighting lions. No gun-toting agents. No people whatsoever. For the scene of a shifter trafficking deal, the property was essentially deserted. Only the fancy red sports car parked near the front door offered any indication that the large home was occupied.

“Are you sure this is the place?” Devin asked.

Kade, his pride leader, caught his gaze in the rearview mirror. “I put the address Shifter Affairs gave us into my phone’s GPS. I’m sure.”

Six hours ago, Shifter Affairs, the small unit of the government dedicated to shifter-related issues, contacted their pride with an update on Molly, their missing lion cub. The agent working her case had not only found their preschooler but was in the process of organizing a retrieval. Time was of the essence. He’d discovered Molly was set to be sold to a lion shifter pride.

The older human had broken protocol by contacting the Alexander pride directly. Devin, along with his pride members, were liaisons to the department, not full-fledged agents. They did recon, followed up on low probability leads and helped rehabilitate recovered shifters. As civilians, they weren’t supposed to be exposed to any dangerous situations.

Devin didn’t care if his life was endangered. He’d wade into a gunfight, a fire, anything, if it meant saving a kid, but the closer they got to the quiet house, the stronger his unease grew. The three predators who shared his body—tiger, lion, and jaguar—matched his wariness.

They were walking into a trap.

Read a longer preview on Amazon...