Omegas In Love
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by Annie Nicholas
Description: Some things are best to forget. But what if the past won't be forgotten? Born in China of a pure shifter bloodline, Katrina was raised with only one purpose--to breed. Abused by her alpha, she runs away to America as soon as she can. With a new pack and her true mate, she thinks the nightmare is behind her, but when she is abducted on the streets of Chinatown, Katrina must face her past and fight for her freedom. It took Tyler a year to earn Katrina's love, another to build her confidence and pride, and only a moment to lose her. Broken-hearted, Tyler won't give up his search for Katrina. But he never trained as a warrior like the other shifters. What chance does a real estate agent have in the fight for his mate? WARNING: Explicit shifter sex, heartbroken torment, and an unstoppable shifter in love.
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., 2012 2012
eBookwise Release Date: March 2012
2 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [125 KB]
Reading time: 74-104 min.
She laughed, drawing him in for a chaste kiss. "Congratulations."
"Thanks." It was all he could think to say. Every year Chicago held a small Rube Goldberg contest. He'd competed since high school. Developing over-engineered machines that performed simple tasks, usually involving a chain reaction, summed up his life. Finally winning left him empty. His true contest lay in convincing Katrina to marry him. She was the ultimate prize.
She'd blown his mind when she'd suggested a tryst in the men's room. A huge step for her to be so open about her sexuality. She'd been so abused by her old pack. He thought he'd never get through those barriers. Then one night, two years ago, she'd knocked on his bedroom door and told him she wouldn't live in the past anymore.
That he, Tyler McCoy, was her future. Unbelievable, even now.
Setting her down on her feet, he tugged at her hem and fixed her dress. He picked up her torn panties. "I don't suppose you want these?"
She laughed. "Keep them as a souvenir. Just do not pin them on the bedroom wall like last time."