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Nic

(Royals and Alphas, book 5)

Going from rejected mate to top pack female…

Has never been more satisfying.

Born human and raised among wolves, Dr. Riley Kagan understands pack life and where she falls in their hierarchy.

She’s good enough to patch up their wounds, keep their secrets, and warm their beds. But she’s not mate material. She’s just a good time only.

Not anymore.

The stakes are too high. Nic—ex-boyfriend and future leader—is back. And with a rival shifter war looming, he’s ready to pick a breeding partner and take over the pack…without her.

Nope. Not happening. Nic belongs to her.

And she'll break every last rule, including Mother Nature's, to claim her spot at Nic's side. Forever.

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Riley’s scent grew stronger with each step he took. His body responded to it, a reaction he couldn’t stop. He’d spent too many nights in her arms not to crave her. She was his addiction, one he still hungered for even after four years of trying to replace her.

Her laughter carried over the din of the bar. It swept through him, fueling his desire. He pushed aside the longing, knowing it would get him nowhere, and opened the door.

Riley’s lush bottom in the air greeted him. It would’ve been a welcome sight if she hadn’t been draped over a human male’s body. She adjusted his grip on the cue and whispered something in his ear.

The guy laughed and took the shot. The balls clanked. Two found their way home. The human dropped the stick and kissed Riley’s cheek.

Nic lost it.

He yanked the pathetic male away from her and pointed to the door. “Out.”

“But I was—”

Nic planted his palms on the kid’s chest and shoved. He stumbled into the hallway, cursing. Nic slammed the door, cutting off the whining, and glanced over his shoulder. Riley stood by the pool table, one hand planted on a cocked hip. He let his gaze roam over her and greedily committed every nuance of the older Riley to memory.

Still curvy in all the right places and slim everywhere else, she had a body men drooled over. Her thigh-high heeled boots, clingy top, and short flaring skirt added to the image. The only change she’d made was her hairstyle. Her golden locks caressed her jaw in some choppy cut he was sure had a name. No matter, it looked good on her and would’ve showed off her delicate neck, but the turtleneck she wore hid her creamy skin. It also covered up the partial mate bite he’d left on her shoulder the last night they were together, the night of his first shift.

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