As the local house cat shifter, I have three things I adore about my little Kinship Cove life—working at the town library, listening to podcasts about true crime, and dipping into a little catnip on a Friday night. So, imagine my dismay when a man with predator energy and hair the color of a sky on fire comes strolling into my research section and comments on my Dewey decimal system. But when his eyes meet mine and the string of destiny tugs us together, I know this is my fated mate.
There are just a couple of problems.
He’s far too big and dangerous for a little house cat like me. Too predatory for my level of prey. He’s also completely obsessed with me.
What’s it going to take for an introvert like me to tame such a beast?
And what will I do if I find out that taming him isn’t a possibility?
BIBLIOPHILE AND THE BEAST is a paranormal romantic comedy from USA Today bestselling author Ellis Leigh. The story is a standalone PNR rom-com with wit, snark, shifters, and more than just flirting.
A storyteller from the time she could talk, USA Today bestselling author Ellis Leigh grew up among family legends of hauntings, psychics, and love spanning decades. Those stories didn’t always have the happiest of endings, so they inspired her to write about real life, real love, and the difficulties therein. From farmers to werewolves, store clerks to witches—if there’s love to be found, she’ll write about it. Ellis lives in the Chicago area with her husband, daughters, and a German Shepherd that refuses to leave her side.
Ellis can also be found writing tropey, erotic shorts with her bestie Brighton Walsh as London Hale, slipping into the contemporary world as Kristin Harte, or taking her signature style into the mystery realm as Millie Thorne.