Claiming Lyla: A Dirigo Pack Series Novella

· Sabrina Silvers
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When Lyla Chatham’s brother, the pack alpha, learns of her interference in his criminal activities, he sets her up for a Claiming Rite with a series of brutal alphas to get rid of her. But neither of them expects the Shifter Council’s representative to be on hand to interfere or to be her true mate.

Duncan MacKinnon is on his last assignment before he can return to his pack and take up his duties as Alpha Heir when a simple undercover operation turns into a rescue mission, not only of his mate but of several human females. 

When it all goes south, will Lyla trust an unknown Alpha, her true mate, or remain free to defeat her brother herself?

This novella was originally published as a short story in the Anthology: First Response – A Boys Behaving Badly Anthology Edited by Delilah Devlin. It has been edited and expanded to include new content.

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About the author

Sabrina Silvers began her writing career dreaming of elves, orcs, and hobbits in the fantasy section of her local library, looking in wardrobes for Narnia and Aslan, and hunting for gnomes in the forest. To her dismay, she never found any of them except between the pages of her books. So, she had to go out and create them for herself, leading to her lifelong love of reading and writing and dreaming about adventures, fantasy creatures and love in fantasy lands! She divides her time between writing sexy contemporary romances under a different pen name, reading, knitting and being owned by a very spoiled cocker spaniel who does not share her love of fantasy creatures.

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