Also available in the Norseton Wolves series:
2 - Loner
3 - Idler
4 - Scion
5 - Maker
6 - Elder
7 - Scout
8 - Seer
9 - Angel
Holley Trent is an award-winning author of more than forty works of contemporary, paranormal, and erotic romance. Learn more about the Norseton Wolves series and related works at her website, holleytrent.com.
Before there was Mason, Hank, Sean, and Belle Foye, there was Floyd.
In this Desert Guards prequel story, learn how the future alpha Were-cougar Floyd nabs gutsy neighbor Glenda Baxter as his mate.
This short story can be read on its own, but is meant to be a supplement to the shapeshifter romance series. It contains minor spoilers of Book 1.
The Cougar’s Pawn (Mason)
The Cougar’s Trade (Hank)
The Cougar’s Bargain (Sean)
Coming February 15:
The Cougar’s Wish (Belle)
For maximum enjoyment, read the first three stories in order. SHAME AND A DISGRACE is a stand-alone, exclusive novelette to the M Collection and features two popular characters from her Storafalt Stories series.
Ménage à Troys (MMF)
Eve Troy wants to spark passion in her cold marriage of convenience, and hopes a visit to the Hotel Beaudelaire's Den of Sin event will be the ignition she and her husband Brent need. Unfortunately, they arrive to find their room is already occupied…and by a man who knows Eve’s marriage is a sham. Remy Kelly is intent on claiming her for himself, but when faced with Eve’s strapping new husband who comes onto Remy’s radar as exactly the kind of alpha male he likes, he has a battle of conscience. He wants to take Eve home—not Brent—but for some reason, the Troys seem like a package deal.
O for Two (MMF)
Clint Morstad and Ken Brook have been in a committed relationship for eleven years and are a perfect match. However, after a decade together, both admit their relationship needs a feminine influence. They visit The Den to search for their perfect woman, and believe easygoing flight attendant Olivia Patterson could be their ideal match. As much as she adores them, she doesn’t want to get attached to men she can’t keep. When she slips away before they can invite her home, Clint and Ken left with a dilemma. Should they give chase to the only woman they’ve wanted to share, or let her fly?
When teammates Barton Lock and Evan Boswell arrive separately at the Hotel Beaudelaire’s exclusive Den of Sin Winterball, neither expects the staff matchmaker to pair them with the other. Evan’s used to Bart calling the shots on the field, and wouldn’t mind so much if Bart did the same in his personal life, too. Unfortunately, Bart thinks Evan’s attempted seduction has more to do with changing his mind about retiring from their sport than hitting a relationship home run.
Shame and a Disgrace (MM)
Phil Oxendine knew hooking up with cowboy Landon Lundstrom would be a mistake from the very beginning, and a few years into their relationship, he's finally committed to setting the younger man free so Landon can experience life...and heartbreak. The problem is, Landon's not willing to go. He may only be twenty-three, but he knows what he wants and is mature enough to demand it. At The Den, he hopes to make Phil understand that age is just a number, and while he's at it, satisfy some long-ignored cravings as well.
When her search lands her outside Maria, New Mexico, a surly ranch hand pegs her as an annoying stray dog. Desperate to keep his new job, cowboy Austin Stuart plans to get rid of the distraction. Yet, according to his little brother, the dog is really a human, and she’s on the run. Could this get more ridiculous? But he soon finds out shapeshifters are very real…and all signs point to Austin being Sheena’s mate.
After a lifetime spent recovering from one embarrassing social gaffe after another, Austin is open to trading his solitude for a chance at having a partner who’s kind about his rough edges—and no one’s sweeter than Sheena. Unfortunately, Sheena is still under her abusive father’s thumb, and she knows he’s waiting for her back in Sacramento.
It’s up to Austin to convince her that the bravest thing she can do is stay in Maria—not only for him, but so she can incite lasting change in Coyote culture as well.
Also available in the Masters of Maria series:
1 - The Demigod's Legacy
2 - The Angel's Hunger
3 - The Wolf's Joy
4 - The Coyote's Chance
When the newcomer werewolf Petra becomes his patient after being thrown through a truck window, it’s evident to almost everyone that Paul is meant to be a wolf’s mate. His terse practical nature doesn’t bother her one bit. She’s more worried that Paul will abandon her because of her wild behavior—the same way her human father left her mother.
To complicate what should be an easy love affair, Paul’s wary of being left, too. If he bonds with Petra in the way of his kind, he risks irreparable emotional ruin, and he has good reason to be concerned she won’t stay.
No other woman ever has.
Grant Banks’ last one-night-stand ended in conception, and now he’s an alpha werewolf with a pack to lead, a ranch to run, and a son to raise on his own. He’s got his hands full, for sure, but he’d rather stick it out alone than to take a mate who’s only interested in him for his status. However, when a holiday visitor from the Norseton pack takes a shine to his son, Pete, Grant decides there might be a woman who’s just right for him after all.
Angel’s got the right stuff to be an alpha’s mate. She’s patient and kind, and knows how to take initiative. Unfortunately, she’s an omega wolf—the weakest in her pack. She could be a doting mother to Pete and a natural companion for Grant, but she could also be a serious liability.
While Grant may not care about the challengers who want his job, Angel does. As badly as she wants to be on his arm, she won’t be his if it means he must risk his role. The Wolverton pack needs a progressive alpha like him if it’s ever going to leave its old ways behind.