The small town of Saint Lakes has always been a peaceful place for all paranormals. At least, it had been before the witch arrived.
Lucas just wanted to be a normal human being, but normal is highly over-rated.
Lucas Speck had been just some guy who worked at an office supply store and house-sat for his snowbird parents. He was nobody special. Or that’s what he thought until the headaches and other weird things begin to happen. When people start chasing him his whole life gets turned upside down.
Bennett Somerset is a dragon shifter, who likes his quiet life in his quiet town. He isn’t looking for complications. He already has a family that defines the words, weird and crazy, to perfection. Good thing they live in a small town where nothing ever happens. That is until he smells the most delicious thing in the world and realizes it’s his mate. His little witch of a mate just made things way more complicated.
They thought finding each other would heal them both, but life in Saint Lakes doesn’t make it that simple.
Sage Rickman changed the day vampires kidnapped him and decided to use him as their plaything. Once he’s back in Saint Lakes he should feel safe, right? Hallucinations and the constant paranoia make daily life impossible at times. Peace of mind is an elusive creature. Finding out he has a mate who’s feral, scares the crap out of him. His mate, Garridan, needs him to be normal, but he doesn’t even know what that looks like anymore.
Shawn Bell doesn’t have a clue how his life has spiralled so far out of control. Going from fun college student to having a wolf shifter for a mate, changes his life forever. He put himself in the middle of a war between vampires and shifters. It wouldn’t be so bad if he had a mate that wanted him.
Gabriel Somerset wants a mate about as much as he wants to investigate a vampire coven for his alpha, which is not at all. He makes his feelings very clear to Shawn, expecting his human mate to accept the fact that they’ll never bond with each other. One thing Gabriel learns about Shawn is that he isn’t the accepting type.
Forrest Somerset’s mate is turning out to be a lot of work. First, Angel Emery rejects him, and then he wakes Forrest up in the middle of the night just to say he’s going to the vampire council to turn himself in. Angel might have done some bad things in his past that he’ll need to make amends for, but Forrest isn’t about to let Angel go alone. Angel needs a savior and Forrest is taking over the job whether his mate likes it or not. Angel might think he can dictate Forrest’s life, but he doesn’t realize just how creative Forrest can be when angry. Just as soon as Forrest catches up with Angel, he’s going to find out.
Ramsey has enough problems without a little vampire ninja biting him without even a hello first.
All Ramsey Somerset wants is for things to remain peaceful. With an impending battle looming over him and the everyday problems of running a clan, his hands are too full for a mate. When he meets Fane, things go from bad to worse. It has taken Ramsey years to gain control of his water monster, but all that goes out the window with Fane. He can’t be Alpha and so instinctive toward Fane at the same time. He has to make a choice, either his clan or his mate.
Jules might be one of the only humans amongst a house full of paranormal being, but they’re his family, and he’s not giving them up for two mates who left him at the hands of a monster.
Jules Somerset has fought hard the past year to get his life on track after being kidnapped by an insane vampire. Since his rescue, he’s gained a family who loves him, has a job he’s good at, and has made friends with a lot of his fellow clansmen. He also holds a longing in his heart for two prejudiced jerks. Okay, to be fair, Hacen is the only one prejudiced. Tommy just goes along. Jules wants to be so over the whole mating thing already but can’t seem to stop wanting them both.
For fated mates, going from friends to lovers should be a smooth transition, but Ladon and Magnus have never had things easy.
At twenty years old, Ladon knows he’s too young to be Saint Lakes’ Alpha, but no one listens. Not even his mate, Magnus, and he’s Ladon’s best friend. Magnus is out of town on a dangerous investigative mission when Ladon shifts for the first time. They’ve waited years for this day, because they couldn’t bond until it happened. Almost as soon as it does, Magnus goes MIA, leaving Ladon to wonder if it just isn’t in the cards for them.
One vision brings Damian to Saint Lakes, and the next will take him away.
Damian isn’t good with emotion. Not feeling keeps things simple, which is exactly the way he likes it. His mate, Owen Somerset, is anything but simple. Their differences keep them from bonding.
When Damian has a vision of his long lost brothers getting murder at the hands of their tyrannical father, it’s a race against time. Damian tries to leave Owen behind in Saint Lakes, but it turns out Owen can be very persuasive.
How did a grumpy Dragon shifter like Trace end up fated mates with two vampires who call him Daddy Dragon?
Did Trace Anguis get revenge or justice? It depends on who he asks. The deed was done in less time than it took for the grief of his friend’s death to set in. That deed will haunt him for the rest of his life. At least until his mates try to take over his life. Trace might be a grumpy older dragon shifter, but he’s determined to keep his young fated mates safe. It’s not easy when the guy who’s been hunting him for years finally catches up with him. Does he keep running and leave his mates behind or take a stand for the first time in his life?
A photograph of a pretty fae changes everything except their love for each other.
Vaughan Somerset is in love with Bandos, who is a motorcycle-riding, badass investigator. The problem is they were only supposed to be friends with benefits. Everything changes when he sees a photograph of his fated mate. Does he ignore his instincts or give up the love of his life? He has to decide soon because his fated mate needs a rescue. When things don’t go as planned, it takes all three of them working together to survive.