Publication date: August 3rd 2015
Genres: Adult, Paranormal Romance
He'll risk anything to be inside me. I'm his fated mate.
What the hell am I thinking? I can't fall for a wolf. He's a criminal and an outcast. I'm an elite. If we get caught, they'll destroy us. I'll be disgraced. He'll be tortured and killed. But his wolf instinct has locked on me. He says I'm his fated mate. And every time we're alone together, he melts my heart ... and makes me so wet I'll risk anything to feel him throb inside me.
Everything they told me about fated mates is true. And that means I'm in a lot of trouble. I'm risking everything. As a shifter, I'm used to living on the edge. The regime wants me dead. But now it's so much more complicated. I'm obsessed with this girl. I can't get her out of my mind. I need to devour her, body and soul. I know I should resist, for her sake as much as my own, but I physically can't. My wolf lust has locked onto her. There's no way we get out of this alive, but one night inside her will be worth any punishment.
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As the car got closer, he saw how beautiful she was. She wasn’t just beautiful, she was startling, and his entire body shuddered with longing. He’d never felt any thing like it in his life, but it was as if he suddenly knew with absolute certainty that he was looking at the woman he would spend his whole life with.
He stopped breathing. She literally took his breath away. His heart pounded with something that felt more like sadness than attraction. It was a completely new feeling to him, and one he would only ever have once in his life. Could it be that he was feeling what his father and the other old shifters had always spoken of? Was he looking at his fated mate?
He dismissed the idea out of hand. His father believed in such things, all the shifters did, but Zac never saw them as anything more than the romantic notions of old men with broken hearts.
Those men lived cruel lives and it was understandable they would come up with ways of explaining the pain they suffered.
If anything, Zac thought it was something only experienced by shifters. Suddenly, he wasn’t so sure.