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About Lynn Leite
Lynn Leite is an author, artist, teacher and mother of three. Her wild imagination, and gift for gab blended perfectly in 2009, when she decided to write it all down. In addition to writing, she designs and illustrates her own covers.
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Ellery is not good at keeping secrets .
Knowing about Wolf shifters and not being able to tell anyone other than Jazz, who was with her when she found out, is killing her.
For most of her life, Ellery searched for the unseen. Her friends think she’s flighty and lives in a Fairy tale world. She knows at least part of her Fairy tale world is real, but she can’t tell them.
Asking the Lead Guard, Eli, all of the questions she has in her head seems to annoy him. He thinks she’s weird and, even though she is weird, it hurts to hear him say it.
With Jazz now living with Ghost, Ellery finds herself wishing for her own happy ever after. The issue is that the only man that she’s even remotely attracted to just called her weird.
Jazz is trying not to be miserable.
In the last few months, she found out that the Brain disease that was painfully killing her was not a disease at all, but a drug she had been given to forget she had a brother. As soon as Jazz remembered she had a brother, she learned that he had died.
Somehow, his death was the reason she is now living in the middle of nowhere as part of the Witness Protection Program with five other women.
The Mayor and his Therapist wife try daily to make them feel comfortable. Jazz isn’t buying it. It’s not that she thinks they are lying about what happened. They just aren’t telling her the whole truth.
Now, even her daily walks to clear her head have to be chaperoned because her arm is in a sling. To top it off, one guard in particular, a silent giant she thought might be Sasquatch, is constantly on her mind.
You would be miserable too.
Blake never wanted to be Alpha. His position as Beta, or Alpha second, was just fine with him. Now, he is learning the position on the fly. His Alpha’s passing months ago was a shock to the Pack. The former Alpha had no heirs to take the role. The Pack was counting on him now to rule. With a group of six humans that think they are in the Witness Protection Program under his protection, he not only has to lead a pack of shifters but keep their true nature a secret until the six refuges are fully acclimated.
If anyone needs help, it’s him. Thankfully, the Universe has a perfect plan.
Being one of the last three unmated at the Lodge has Devlin feeling a little lost. Oliver is talking about leaving and Tate is off rescuing his ex-wife, with the help of his girlfriend. Thinking about Tate and that whole situation gives Devlin a stomach ache.
Having no direction, no job, and her friends all moving on leaves her feeling left out, left behind, and useless. Devlin, after carefully weighing her options, has an idea that will give her a place in the Pack. She can never go beyond the three packs’ land to live. Being one of three Demon shifters in existence limits her choices. Here, the packs accept her for who she is and what she has become. She’s just hoping to settle into a new home and find some purpose. If the Alpha agrees, she can start planning a life in the Pack, away from the reminders of all the things she can’t have. One person, in particular, tops her list of things that can never be. Even if she thought she stood a chance, he barely notices that she’s even alive.
Time to stop dreaming and start living.
Escape is the only alternative in Nora’s mind.
Subduing the two idiots that the seven of them clearly outnumber seems possible, until they see one of their captors turn into a wolf. Having proof that werewolves exist is bad. The strange feeling that the drug they were given may have changed them into one is terrifying.
Unable to deny that shifters exist and fearing that they too have become something of myth, they fight for their own freedom, running into an unknown future and right into the Pack.
It has been five months since the seven women now living as part of the Shadow pack were drugged. Each of them has adjusted surprisingly well, especially the four mated women.
Faith has found her place helping in the clinic. Even with a shifter’s fast healing and resistance to disease, there’s plenty to do. Between the pregnant women and the irresponsible teens, who think they are invincible, the clinic is pretty busy.
On the first and only day Faith has ever been left to run the clinic alone, she learns two important facts. One is that the drug that changed them all might not be forever, for those three still unmated. Two is that finding a mate to claim her with a bite is looking more and more unlikely.
Book 3 in the Pack series.
Rose is the quiet one, the nervous girl who has trouble holding her skin when frightened. The women want to take care of her and the men keep their distance, thinking she might break.
Most of what people see is an act. The truth is Rose has a lot more going on than anyone expects. When her secret comes out, the reaction isn’t what she is used to.
Rose’s hidden life coming to the surface opens her and her pack up to a world of possabilities.
Naomi and the others have spent weeks training. Being a shifter takes some adjusting to. Now, the women want to pay the Shadow Pack back for their kindness.
In her former life, Naomi had planned to go into Law Enforcement. Joining the enforcers as part of the guard seemed the logical choice for her. Protecting the pack against those who would hurt them and going after the people responsible for the drug that changed her was an eventual goal.
Only one thing stood in her way. One large enforcer, who, for some reason, is against any of the new women joining the guard.
Book 1: Broken Pieces
It wasn’t that much of a surprise that a town of shifters existed in the middle of Upper State New York’s old growth forests. Marnie had spent the months prior to that, chained, starved, and drugged by a shifter and others she now knew were demons. Not the Hell-fire and Brimstone demons, just an off-shoot of Vampire ancestors. The clarification hadn’t been comforting.
These shifters were the pack that had rescued them. They were trying to help, trying to undo what was done to all of them. One shifter, in particular, was the main focus of Marine’s Human side every time he was near. Her wolf’s side, a side she was not connected to the way a shifter should be, feared the man. The wolf wanted to run. Her Human side needed to stay. Until someone found a way to heal the broken pieces, Marnie was still at risk.
Camryn had already left her life behind when she was kidnapped. With no family, no real friends, and an abusive ex in her past, she hadn’t worried that anyone she knew would be affected by a witch wiping her from their memory. When the three Alphas gather at the Lodge to decide if they should go get a mysterious woman who is showing the exact same symptoms Eve’s friends had, she is curious. No one has ever heard of the woman. The only conclusion they could make was she was a friend of one of the others that didn’t make it. When the Alphas ask her to join the meeting, Cam doesn’t understand why until she’s shown a picture of the mystery woman.
It was like looking in a mirror.
A twin she didn’t even know was suffering because of her. With or without the Alpha’s permission, she was going to get her sister.
Val is selected to be part of a four-man team investigating a warehouse, rumored to have strange sounds coming from it at night. Others have reported men with weird glowing eyes coming and going. Val is sure that these accounts are connected to the people that made the drug that turned her. Her gut is telling her to just go look, but they have their orders to proceed with caution.
Weeks pretending to be a Paranormal Investigation team to get witness statements are to Val a waste of precious time. When the team finally decides to stake out the actual site, Val and the others find a scene out of a horror movie. What they find inside is the last thing Val, or any of the others, expected.
Fallon had spent a lot of time in therapy over the years. She knew why she was the way she was. Get them before they get you was her motto. Cam was trying hard to make her a better person and Fallon was working on it. Old habits die hard. Turning a mean girl into the girl next door wasn’t possible.
When one of her housemates, who made no apologies for not liking her, suggested a pact, she agreed. The pact was that they would share personal truths and feelings with each other just to get them out. There would be no judgements, no sympathy. Each of them vowed to keep the other’s secrets. It was a risk but, truthfully, they didn’t care enough for the other person to bother tattling.
She might never be nice, but she was nicer having this outlet. A bit of unwelcome news forced Fallon to make some important decisions. For once in her life, Fallon was considering someone other than herself.