CJ's father, Charles Webber, had been a real bastard all her life. And when her mom died he'd told her that without Becky there to make him acknowledge CJ as his daughter, he was finished with her and she was never to darken his door again. The slap that bloodied her mouth at her mom's funeral had been more than enough to make his point. So she didn't, not even to come home to his funeral. Austin Force wanted the property that the prick Webber owned. He wanted it for his pack and the house for his mom to call hers.
It is preordained that Holly and Phil are to spend their lives together as mates. He's ready but rogue vampires, his knighthood, her brothers, and Holly's job are standing in their way. Not to mention Holly herself is resisting the inevitable. His charm and love for her notwithstanding.
Gordon Force only had two weeks to go on his job. He was going to be working with his brother Dallas in keeping their alpha safe. But he had a favor to fulfill, a shop to visit and only a question or two to ask. He never expected four kids, two goofy aunts and his mate to walk into his life. Alexis Dark was hiding. Her brother-in-law was a real piece of work and she knew he'd killed his wife, her sister. But no one wanted to believe that he had done it.
"Better narration and editing than in first book."
The Golden Men stick together. Especially when it comes to saving the women of their streak. Alistair knows his brothers will help him keep his mate safe, but will she let them? It certainly doesn't seem that way. But when Lance shows up telling him that Allyson is his, Alistair decides to show him that messing with his family is as good as stepping in front of a moving train. It just isn't a smart move - but then again Lance isn't all that smart. Ryland isn't the only sexy Golden. Find out in the next installment of the Golden Streak Series - Alistair.
Another pack was moving into their land. Not because they were trying to take over but because they needed help, food, and shelter. Dallas moved through the house, trying to figure out what to do with so many families and to try his best to figure out how to get Stacy into his bed.
"Good not great."
A wet washcloth was handed to Alistair and he slapped it none too gently on the back of her neck. She tried to lift her head and he pushed her back down and glared at his brother. He had to take his anger out on someone, and he was the perfect target for it. "You had to scare her off on the first day, didn't you? You just couldn’t stand the fact that you didn't know that Colette wouldn't work for you and that I'd found you suitable help in the meantime." His brother started to speak, but Bronwyn lifted her head again and he shoved her back down. "You should be horse whipped."
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