'Pack Alpha' by Crissy Smith
Book One in the Were Chronicles series.
Marissa Boyd finds herself drawn into a world she can never be a part of, complete with an Alpha wolf who takes whatever he wants. And he wants her.
Marissa Boyd knows, as a non-shifter, she doesn't belong in Pack territory. She braves a visit to attend her sister's mating ceremony and meets the shifter who will change her entire life and beliefs.
Gage Wolf knows Marissa is hiding a pained past. As Alpha, he must do whatever it takes to protect his pack, and he considers Marissa a part of that group. Making her his is just an added benefit.
When Marissa's old lover tries to claim her for his own, Gage knows he will never let her go and sets out to prove that to everyone else. Now he just has to make her understand that she belongs with the pack and to the Pack Alpha.
Reader Advisory: This book is part of a series and best read in sequence.
'The Edge of Morning' by Desiree Holt
Book One in the The Sentinels series.
Sierra Hart thought she had complete solitude at her grandfather's cabin in Maine until she saw the wolf at the edge of the clearing – and her life turned upside down.
The cabin in Maine her grandfather left her is the perfect place for Sierra Hart to take a good long look at her future. She's just quit her job and ended yet another relationship. Surrounded by five thousand acres of pristine forest, the place gives her the solitude she need. The only other sign of life is a gorgeous silver wolf hanging out at the edge of the clearing.
When Luke Spencer knocks on her door, she has no idea he's going to fulfil all of her erotic fantasies. But can she ask for his help when the lumber people become more aggressive or will he turn away because of the secret he's hiding?
'A Demon in Dallas' by Amy Armstrong
Book One in the Huntress Chronicles series.
Two years ago, vampire hunter Raven walked out on the love of her life in order to save his, but now that she needs Connor's help to locate a demon in Dallas, can she keep their encounter to business only, or is she about to fall for the sexy were-shifter all over again?
When her partner Matt is kidnapped by vampires, it's up to vampire huntress Raven to locate him. But during her rescue mission, she nearly succumbs to the wicked charms of an evil fairy and is blackmailed by a devious angel who wants her to locate a demon in Dallas. Raven's superior in the hunters' council gives her just seventy-two hours to find Matt before they send in a team of hunters whose mission statement is kill first, ask questions later. Raven's going to need help, but the only person she can turn to is her ex-boyfriend Connor, a werewolf who Raven hasn't been able to get out of her heart or head.
Unwittingly thrown into a battle between good and evil, and with danger lurking around every corner, Raven must race against the clock to locate the demon and rescue Matt, while dealing withher feelings of guilt for walking out on Connor two years ago…even though she only did so to save his life…
Reader Advisory: While this book can be enjoyed as a standalone, it is best read as part of a series.
'Till Abandon' by Avril Ashton
Book One in the Paranormal Security Council series.
All the power and killer instinct she possess can't protect her from the claiming of one determined wolf.
They call her 'The woman in white,' whisper 'Death-Bringer' with their last breath, but no one knows exactly what she is. Not even Voltaire herself. The deadly magic within her is a living thing, able to crush anyone and everything with a blink. Abandoning the blood-soaked world she's used to, Voltaire seeks out the one constant in her tired life-the green-eyed wolf in her dreams. She's ignored the wolf's call for years, afraid to surrender, but danger haunts her mate. He needs her.
Wolf-shifter Blake Montez is in the middle of a war, battling the usurpers intent on taking over his territory. Unfamiliar magic hums in the air, unnoticed-it seems-by everyone but him. He finds the source already under his nose, in his home. The delicate woman in white knows things no one should know, and the heat simmering between them is unlike anything he's ever felt. His wolf recognizes her as his mate, though Blake remains unsure he can trust her.
Voltaire sets out to prove herself with time running out. Enemies are on the prowl, some foreseen, others remaining cloaked in shadow. She and Blake team up, fighting side by side, but in the end Voltaire might be the biggest threat to their love.
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
'Lifesong' by Erin Lark
Everyone dies, and no one knows this better than Tucker—a shape-shifting wolf whose sole purpose is to sacrifice himself to heal the Earth.
Emma's insistence that her best friend is a talking wolf lands her in the psych ward. When she's released six years later, it's the wolf who takes her in. But the creature she bunks with in Maine isn't anything like the one she remembers from her childhood.
Tucker hasn't shared his bed in over a century. Falling in love the first time around ended with him having a broken heart inside the body of a wolf. He won't let it happen again—love be damned.
But when he tells Emma, a feisty blonde whose touch is just as fiery as her personality, about the pact he has with his not-so-immortal life, she does whatever she can to change his mind. Falling in love wasn't part of the plan, but now he's falling fast. And if that isn't bad enough, the mind-blowing sex and Emma becoming the pack's new alpha certainly add complications.
With the Earth crumbling beneath their feet, can Emma save the pack and the wolf she loves? Or will she make the ultimate sacrifice?
Reader Advisory: This book contains outdoor sex, M/F, M/F/F and F/F sexiness. There are also mild references to sex between wolves and humans, and a scene where two wolf-shifters have explosive sex in human form, then enjoy the afterglow in their wolf forms.