Follow the harrowing story of Cyn, a breed of shapeshifter known as a Cernunnos: a deer shapeshifter. Commonly hunted by human hunters, as well as other animal predators throughout the world, Cyn has lived his life in constant fear. But when he finally confronts his death, he is given a second chance. But is this chance worth the distress and paranoia that follows?
Join Cyn as he embarks on a journey. A journey, where this Cernunnos learns to live...among predatory lycan shifters!
Mason, an alpha wolf shifter, discovers that a young mage, Vincent, is his destined mate. While Mason attempts to woo his mate, Vincent continues to develop his magical power, and hunt down his parents' killer. Together, these men will build trust for each other, create everlasting memories, and track down the dangerous mage, Stefan.
Reinard Artego the Third is the last of his clan, a Faro running from his world after the death of his Segal. He takes refuge on Egara, working at a porneo, where no one would ever expect to find a Faro.
Galen just moved to the Hephaestus Isles, accepting a job offer from his friend. The only issue is the offer comes with a house already taken by a Faro.
When the Egaro and the Faro meet, cultures collide. Reinard fears his new roommate's sexual appetites, while Galen is amazed at Reinard's standoffish attitude toward him. For a week's time, the two will have to deal with each other. Or at least try not to kill each other.
Under the phases of the moon, Jimmy Coutreau is hunting, following the howls that don't belong. A loner by choice, he finds himself fascinated by Sawyer Thomas, a man who doesn't belong in his world, but here he is anyways.
When Jason was six, he was involved in an accident that stole his parents and his voice. Left alone in a world that attacked him at every turn, he learned to hold onto his light and find comfort in himself. Then he was adopted by a family of wolves, and everything changed.
Born a wolf, Devyn doesn't understand many of the rules of his two legged family. He tries his hardest, but life on all four is much more fun. Not many get him, even in his own family, but his new brother seems different somehow.
Meet Hunter Borisov, disgruntled twenty-eight year old under the table warehouse employee trying to eek out an existence with the cheapest rent he can find. All the while he tries to cope with his nightmarish parade of bad 'roommates'. Roommates that just so happen to be Warewolves/shifters, vampires, warlocks, and other Denizens of the night that most of the human population are blissfully ignorant of. Hunter isn't exactly normal himself, but he'll explain that in his sordid tale about his Family's Business and why he wants no part of it.
Chris, an 18 year old homeschooled teenager whose life is upended as he meets a new teen in town, his life starts to change as he discovers secrets about his new found friend and his family as he embarks in a journey of love, self-discovery, and change.
Cooper is an accomplished 15-year-old young diver. With his friend Sebastion and crush Elliot, they make the perfect combination for the regionals. Yet what starts as a routine practice drill at the rec center turns into an evening of terror when a series of strange occurrences lead to the boys fighting for their lives. Will they make it out alive? Will they defeat what is stalking them. Who knows. Can Cooper step up to the task to show his crush his bravery? Well, let's find out, shall we?
Inspired to be a blend of Monster Collecting Anime and the Omegaverse's strange and eclectic rules and social structures, This is the world of Shire's Grove. To be gay in this world places you into one of two magical subspecies of human: Conductors and Orchestrals. Conductors are the head of their Pride of Orchestrals and have command over their magical singing voices, and the two types of gay people live in a symbiotic relationship with one another. Normally, these men are born among their own kind. However, for those like Kyle and Anselm, there are instances where they are born among the hetero world. They are in for some culture shock.
Being at the bottom the pack hierarchy, Sasha is conflicted on an everyday basis. He does not feel like he belong, being a different species, being gay. His wolf wishes to protect but his human side wishes to surrender, only adding to his confusion.
When he finds out he is drawn to the pack alpha, it only complicates things.
Tristan knows how to run his pack, even though is has a lot of members, he is respected and no one dares to defy him. Until he comes across Sasha, the lowest ranked pack member who defiantly growled at him.
In this sequel to The Alliance, Itumak is happy with his life. He has a mate he loves and a new ship of his own to work on. But his mate is not as happy.
Two years ago, Lian lost part of his soul. And while he has found another part in return, his heart still yearns for his lost love. Though he remains quiet to avoid hurting the neko who has given him his heart, the dragon can't hide his feelings forever.
After one man dies in the real world, he wakes up to find he has transmigrated into Red Riding Hoodie, the worst novel he ever had the misfortune of reading.
As he awakens, he's greeted by the Re: Life System, who tells him his "account" is now bound to the character Hal Schuyler, the original hero of the novel (who is petty and a huge asshole). He realizes he has to change the story to avoid being killed by the main character's sometimes friend, Alaric. But the System has other ideas, not allowing him to act too out-of-character to avoid derailing the plot.
Omegas must pick a beta to be theirs for life - a guard to protect them wherever they go. Every beta is muted, their voice physically taken from them. Zaran is an omega who doesn't believe in the tradition. With his new bonded guard Einar, Zaran must show him he means more to him than just silent protection. Worse, Zaran must face the bidding- alphas coming from other packs to find strong omegas with special abilities. Abilities like Zaran's, which will bring the deadliest alpha of them all and an epic journey none of them ever could have imagined.