Nathan is the Alpha Heir in the Red Moon Pack.
Which means since Noah won't be having any kids, Nathan is next in line to be Alpha.
Sebastian is a Delta in the Red Moon Pack, in training to be Beta.
Sebastian is fine with were he is in the pack and hope Ethan and Isaiah never step down.
Ryan is a Hunter.
His parents were killed by a rouge shifter.
The Hunters have the Red Moon Pack on their radar and is ready to take them down.
Can three very different men come together and save the Red Moon Pack from the Hunters or will Ryan be apart of their downfall?
Sebastian and his wolf were ecstatic; they were sitting at the table with their mate eating breakfast. Something so mundane, but perfect in every way. Once they were done eating, Sebastian helped Nathan clean the kitchen and afterwards they went into the living room to watch some television and snuggle. The television watched them more than; they watched it because Sebastian couldn’t get enough of his mate's lips.
“I think your phone is ringing.” Sebastian said as he pulled his lips away from Nathan’s. Looking into Nathan’s eyes, Sebastian saw they were glazed with passion.
“Right give me a second.” Nathan panted out and pulled his cell phone out of his pocket to answer it.
“What’s up Noah?” Sebastian heard the hitch in Nathan’s voice as he nipped at his neck, then started drawing tiny circles with his tongue. Being so close, he heard what their Alpha said.
“I need you to go on patrol again.” Noah said.
Nathan lifted from the couch pushing Sebastian off him.
“What’s the matter?”
“Jake was supposed to do it, but we can’t find him.” Sebastian could hear Noah’s frustration clearly through the phone line.
“Do you think the Hunters took him?”
“Fuck if I know. We need to catch these bastards before some seriously gets hurt.”
“That we do, give me thirty minutes and I’ll start the patrol.” Nathan said as he stood and went to the bedroom, Sebastian following behind him.
“Anytime, you know that.”
Nathan hung up the phone and started to get dressed; Sebastian pulled on his clothes from the night before, and once he finished, he pulled Nathan into his arms.
“We will get them, come with to my house so that I can change, and I’ll go with you.” Sebastian said as he walked Nathan to the door.
“Yeah, that would be great. If those fuckers did take Jake, they will wish they never had.”
Sebastian loved the fierce tone in Nathan’s voice. He would protect his pack mates no matter what. Sebastian also knew never to get on his mate's bad side. He looked like he would do some serious harm to him.
They made the short walk to Sebastian’s house, and Nathan followed him to the bedroom while he got dressed. Once he was ready to go, they went to the border of the pack lands and started their patrol.
~About the Author~
I live in Texas but originally I am from Trenton, NJ. When I graduated from high school, I joined the military. Yay me. I did three years with one tour to Iraq. I am happily married because seriously would put that they are unhappy. I have three kids. No pets, they scare me but I have a healthy respect for them. I am currently a stay at home mom and I love read! A lot.
Embracing the Unexpected
Sometimes love can be found where we least expect it.
When Parker Phillips, a successful attorney, has a confrontation with his friend Ava's abusive boyfriend, he finds himself facing assault and battery charges, and he's ordered to attend an anger management course. Parker, who has never been attracted to a man, is drawn to Dr. Jace Cross, the psychiatrist leading the class. But how can that be, since Parker is straight?
Jace accepted the fact that he was gay many years ago, and he's comfortable in his sexuality, but he's been single for some time now. He throws himself into his work to fill the lonely void.
Although sparks fly whenever they're together, Parker's reluctant to embrace these feelings he has for another man.
Can the sexy doctor help him discover who he truly is?
Content Warning: Strong language, graphic sex
How far was Jace willing to take this? He was comfortable in his sexuality and had known he was gay ever since high school. He had no problem exploring this relationship, but he wasn't sure what Parker wanted. Up until now, Jace only had relationships with men who were open with their sexuality. He'd never had to ask a potential partner if they were into men.
Jace sat on the edge of the chaise lounge, but never expected Parker to sit in the small space with him. He could have sat anywhere else in the room. That had to mean something, didn't it? They were close enough that their thighs were pressed against one another and their shoulders were touching. Parker had his hand in his lap, so Jace reached out and placed his hand on top of it. Parker looked down at their joined hands, and Jace could feel how tense his body was.
"Jace," he said. "This is all new to me."
"I know." He tilted Parker's chin up with his free hand. "But you can feel it."
He nodded and Jace felt a sense of relief. If Parker realized there could be something between them then that was half the battle.
"I've been trying to fight it all week," Parker said. "But when you're close to me, I forget why I'm trying to fight it."
"Maybe you should just go with what you're feeling." Jace wanted to encourage him, but he didn't want to push.
"I had a really good time tonight," Parker admitted. "And I want to see you again."
Jace leaned closer, never taking his eyes away from Parker's or removing his hand from his. He could feel Parker's warm breath on his mouth and his eyes looked so inviting.
"You're going to have to go slower than you're used to," Parker said.
"Slow can be good." Jace smiled as he brushed his lips against Parker's jaw, moving toward his mouth. Parker looked down and Jace sensed his embarrassment, but he couldn't help himself, so he slowly moved his lips against his. They were so soft and warm, and he wanted to explore more of him, but he didn't want to rush him.
He couldn't take it anymore. He had to deepen the kiss. He needed more, so he moved his hand over Parker's shoulder and up to the back of his head, pushing him closer to him as he slipped his tongue inside his mouth. Parker briefly reciprocated and Jace thought he'd blow his load from the taste of him, but then Parker pressed his hand against his chest and tried to push him away.
"I don't—" Parker was breathless, and although the man looked conflicted he didn't move his lips away from Jace's.
"You don't what?" Jace whispered against his mouth as he pressed his forehead to his and played with the hair at the nape of his neck.
"It's just different," Parker admitted. "But I like it." He shifted in his seat, and Jace knew exactly what he was feeling. He was sure Parker was just as hard as he was.
"Parker," he mumbled against his lips. "I'm willing to wait for you, so why don't you relax and let's see where this goes?"
~About the Author~
Ella Jade has been writing for as long as she can remember. As a child, she often had a notebook and pen with her, and now as an adult, the laptop is never far. The plots and dialogue have always played out in her head, but she never knew what to do with them. That all changed when she discovered the eBook industry. She started penning novels at a rapid pace and now she can't be stopped.
Ella resides in New Jersey with her husband and two young boys. When she's not chasing after her kids, she's busy writing, attending PTO meetings, kickboxing, and scrapbooking. She hopes you'll get lost in her words.
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