Cursed by the fates to a single form, Devlin has no interest in taking on a mate, especially not a mortal one. Having gone down that road once before, Devlin's still dealing with the aftermath along with the scar it left on his heart. The fates may have fooled him once but he'd have to be out of his mind to fall for their tricks again.
However, when the presence of a tiny fox thrusts him from a trance, Devlin's hard-pressed to turn it away regardless of how much pain he's in.
For Ari, slipping inside a dragon's cave to escape a human pursuit probably isn't the best of ideas. It isn't until Ari tries to leave without the dragon's notice when his fox urges him to stay. Considering everything Ari's gone through including the loss of his parents, he's pretty sure his fox has gone mad.
Coming face to face with a dragon is as terrifying as one might expect, but there's something about Devlin that pulls on Ari. Something he can't explain.
There's pain there and secrecy as well, but what worries Ari most of all is Devlin's refusal to reveal his dragon form.
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Alex is used to living alone, but every heart needs someone to love, especially one that's experienced a loss as great as his own.
When a gorgeous man practically falls from the sky and trespasses on Alex's property, his wolf insists the stranger is their mate. But with the loss of his previous mate still at the front of his mind, Alex would sooner send the trespasser away than offer him a place to stay for the night. Of course, the thought of finding the stranger frozen in the snow isn't good, either.
He's only asking to stay for one night. What harm could he possibly do?
Stranded in the middle of nowhere, Tucker never thought his night would turn out the way it did. But in his search for shelter, he's surprised to find his mate so far from home. His joy, however, is short-lived.
Sensing the alpha's distress, Tucker must push through the other man's grief if he ever hopes to comfort his mate. Convincing Alex to open the door is only the beginning.
Will Tucker have what it takes to prove they belong together? Or are these two fated mates destined to be alone?
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Miles might be human, but packlife is the only one he's ever known. Abandoned inside Riverwood Park when he was a child, Miles still has a lot to prove, starting with his fight to keep their beloved park from closing down. Raising the funds, however, is close to impossible with the pack's alpha blocking him at every turn.
It seems as though he'd rather let the park die than pay for the repairs it so desperately needs, but why would an alpha give up his own territory?
Miles is determined to find out.
Ben's clan has struggled to find work for as long as he can remember, so when a missed turn leads him straight into the arms of his mate along with a park in need of some TLC, he figures the fates are looking out for him.
But when a twenty year feud between the wolf pack and Ben's bear clan comes to light, they'll need a lot more than fate to mend the rift between their two families.
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Breaking away from his royal escorts during their seasonal migration wasn't Oliver's best idea, especially not when a hunter catches him in their sights and sends the swan prince spiraling toward the ground. Shifting while in flight isn't ideal, but neither is getting stuck in human form hundreds of miles away from home.
Depending on the kindness of strangers isn't one of Oliver's strong suits, but with his injuries locking him in human form and stranding him in the middle of nowhere, he doesn't have a choice.
Bastion's not much of a people-person. In fact, he prefers the company of his horses over everyone else. That all changes, however, when he comes across a naked man in one of the empty stalls. His clothing's nowhere to be found, and without a wallet or a voice to tell Bastion the stranger's name, he decides to take him in.
Mute, injured, and completely naked, there's something about this man Bastion can't explain.
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An Instant Classic and One of the Great Love Stories of Our Time
Andre Aciman's Call Me by Your Name is the story of a sudden and powerful romance that blossoms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents’ cliffside mansion on the Italian Riviera. Each is unprepared for the consequences of their attraction, when, during the restless summer weeks, unrelenting currents of obsession, fascination, and desire intensify their passion and test the charged ground between them. Recklessly, the two verge toward the one thing both fear they may never truly find again: total intimacy. It is an instant classic and one of the great love stories of our time.
Winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Ficition
A New York Times Notable Book of the Year • A Publishers Weekly and The Washington Post Best Book of the Year • A New York Magazine "Future Canon" Selection • A Chicago Tribune and Seattle Times (Michael Upchurch's) Favorite Favorite Book of the Year