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Match Made in Hell (A BBW paranormal romance) by New York Times and USA Today Bestselling
When quiet Laura Nieves is tossed together with hot as hell warrior Damien Wrath, eternity heats up
really fast. Add in the fact they’re living in hell with a crazy mistress, things go from hot to explosive. Their
author, Milly Taiden
basic urges will take over, or they’ll kill each other.
An Unexpected Diversion by Vella Day
Cheyenne Snow has been given an ultimatum by her father—the pack’s Alpha—find a shifter husband
soon, or she’ll be forced to marry. Understanding that the odds of her meeting the deadline are slim, Chey
decides to go out with a bang and find a human diversion.
Waking the Bear by Kerry Adrienne
Overprotective bear shifter, Griff Martin, reluctantly rents his mountain cabin to an artist, Amy Francis.
He quickly realizes the plucky artist is his mate. But danger is brewing in the forest, and Griff has to be
ready to safeguard both his female and his den, at the risk of losing both.
Prime Desire by Andie Devaux
Nicolas can’t stop thinking about the woman whose life he saved, and Evie has never forgotten the
weretiger who rescued her from certain death. When apparent serendipity brings them together again,
Nicolas is faced with controlling his inner tiger around the woman he desires above all others. But will
Evie be able to overcome her fear of his nature to give them a second chance at love?
When bear-shifter Trey meets the curvy, raven-haired goddess, Nichole, he realizes exactly what he wants
and knows she’s worth any amount of trouble. All he has to do is seduce all of her insecurities away and
Bear Essentials (A BBW paranormal romance) by Lia Davis
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"He looked into her eyes, searching. She wasn’t scared. She didn’t know she should be. And he
needed to keep it that way, no matter what his psyche was telling him about her. The timing
couldn’t have been worse for her to come into his life."
“I’m okay.” He said the words with his mouth but not his heart. He was most definitely not okay.
I won’t be truly okay till she’s mine.
“Your safety is my main concern.” My only concern. “We’re not going on that mountain tonight.”
Evie pursed her lips. “Fine. Then what would you like to do for the next few hours?”
Nicolas couldn't help but tease her. “Well, if sex is off the table, I guess we'll just have to do what everybody else
“Oh, and what's that?” Was he imagining it, or had her voice turned distinctively husky?
He stepped closer to her, so close that her scent fully filled his lungs. Sweet and spicy and full of lust. Fuck. How
was he supposed to act like a professional when she smelled so damn good?
“We'll try small talk over a couple of beers and pretend that we’re not thinking about sex.”
Thoughts tangled, Evie turned away from him and started up the first clump of boulders. Climbing slowly, she felt
the heat of Nicolas’s body close behind her—only inches away. She was suddenly too hot.
Her foot slipped, and for half a second, her stomach flew into her throat. Strong arms caught her before she could
slide more than a few inches.
“I got you,” he murmured, low voice close to her ear. The clean, earthy scent of him filled her lungs. His arms
wrapped around her middle, grazing the bottom of her breasts. She held her breath and leaned against his hard chest.
God, it felt good to be in his arms again.
Before Nicolas could reply, Evie had scrambled up and over the big rock, moving quickly for someone still
adjusting to the elevation. He groaned under his breath. One soft, simple touch, and he was hard as the fucking rocks
they had to climb.
“I never stopped thinking about you. Never stopped wondering how you were. Could never resist checking to make
sure you were okay,” Nicolas said.
His expression was open, raw yet fierce. Evie couldn't let him go out on this limb alone, it wasn't fair.
“I've never been able to get you out of my head, either.”
“This is a bad idea,” Evie said.
The words came out breathless and didn’t seem to fool Nicolas for a second. “You’re scared. You want to run.”
Not a question, but the answer fell from her lips anyway. “Yes.”
Rough fingers slid along her jawline, and he tipped her chin up so she would meet his gaze. “It’s time to stop
“God, you're beautiful. I thought—” Nicolas shook his head. “I thought nothing could be as beautiful as I
remembered you to be. I was wrong.”
“You are my mate. Mine. And I will always fight for you.”
Tears glassed Evie’s eyes, and Nicolas reached for her again, unable to resist. She stepped back, hugging herself.
“That isn’t exactly a proclamation of everlasting love, is it?”
Something inside his chest tightened. “I’d tell you I love you. I’d tell you I know in my bones that you are my other
half. I’d tell you I can’t imagine living my life without you—because it wouldn’t be any life at all.” He paused,
letting his words sink in. Hell, he hoped they were. “But you’re human, and you steer your life with your brains, not
your instincts. I won’t tell you any of that until you’re ready to hear it.”