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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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Lila’s role in the Shadow pack is something she is grateful for. The little library in the Alpha’s home is coming along nicely and her research on the Shifter’s origin is fascinating. In addition, Lincoln has asked her to document her journey, as well as the other six women who had been rescued with her.
Between her work and helping the newly rescued adjust, she has a good life. All of the others finding mates leaves Lila the only one to need the drug in the future, so she has years before she has to worry about reverting to human.
A sudden illness worries Lila, as well as her friends. Shifters don’t get sick, yet there’s no denying she is not well. Is the drug wearing off too soon? Is her Human side finally winning, or is it something else altogether?
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.
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.
Sydney Barker doesn’t expect the impromptu visit from her best friend. Austin Day is a busy man. When Austin asks her to be his date to a high-profile wedding, she’s confused. His reason for taking her, instead of one of the many starlets he has had on his arm, is simple. Austin wants to enjoy the out-of-town wedding without some star struck girl getting the wrong idea.
Sydney agrees to be his ‘fake date’, with no real idea what she’s gotten herself into.
Ex-girlfriends, childhood secrets, and paparazzi make the three-day excursion into Austin’s world a lot more than she bargained for.
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.
Amara loves her job as an enforcer. Having been chosen to represent her pack as one of three searching for the witches is an honor. Jenkins is rude and annoying, but River, from the Moon Valley Pack, quickly becomes the best friend she has ever had. River would make a great mate one day, just not her mate.
Amara had originally seen this trip as a way to meet people and have some ‘fun’. The biggest obstacle to that ‘fun’ is she’s afraid to touch anyone, for fear it might tell her that she is their mate. Settling for the adventure of the trip northward, she just avoids all males. This mating thing has some serious drawbacks. It’s not like she doesn’t want a mate eventually. It’s the fear that he won’t want her. Even worse, she won’t want him. Concentrating on the mission is best. That is until the one man she actually wants to risk touching shows up in the middle of nowhere.
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 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.
When Dragon shifter, Forest, meets the very human, Elery, sparks fly in more ways than one.
Forest Windguard knew he would settle down someday, just not any day soon. His brother Heath’s answer to their mother’s constant pressure to find a mate was to acquire a fake girlfriend. Forest wasn’t at that point, yet.
Elery Montgomery spent most of her time alone by choice. As a Wilderness photographer, she enjoyed trying to capture nature at its finest. When a particularly friendly Wilderness guide convinces Elery to join her for girl’s night, she has no idea that one embarrassing incident would steer her right into the man that changes it all.
Sequoia Windguard loves her life. Her job as a Wilderness guide allows her to get paid to hike the mountains that she grew up around. Occasionally, a client is a challenge but nothing like her newest client. Despite his being the most attractive client she had had in a long time, all Kade Long has to do is open his mouth to knock her opinion down a few pegs.
Kade Long doesn’t have time to appreciate the feisty brunette he hired. He didn’t really need a guide. He needed guidance. The Dragon Glass key he had been looking for had eluded him for weeks now. The urgency of the mission left little room for getting to know Sequoia. Hopefully, she had information as to where he can find what he had been looking for, because time is running out as well as his patience.
Heath’s siblings didn’t understand his choice to keep Gwen as his fake girlfriend. Heath, himself, had to admit that he hadn’t thought it would last that long. He wasn’t sure it would even work. For three months now, he and Gwen had appeared to be the perfect couple. The idea was that if he and Gwen looked as if they were in a committed relationship, then he would be free to see as many women as he wanted without judgment and she would have a freedom that she didn’t have because of her overprotective brothers.
It was a perfect plan with only one flaw. Heath didn’t want to see other women. He hadn’t so much as looked at another woman in the last three months. His fake relationship was starting to seem a little too real but with none of the benefits.
It was time to cut Gwen loose. Little did he realize just how hard that would be.
Gaia had been raised knowing that she would be forever connected to the Dragon shifters.
Her people had always helped to guard the secret that Dragon shifters existed, but Gaia knew that her destiny was even more than being their protector.
Gaia was destined to mate with a Dragon shifter.
Now, living with the Dragons, helping them to discover who was behind recent experiments done, there was no shortage of interested males. The attention was clearly coming from a few potential suitors. None of that attention was from the one male that she could see herself having a future with.