1.For the Love of a Unicorn
Legendary shifters are hunted and used, but some people are ready to do anything to keep them safe.
Sam has been living in the forest since his parents were killed and his brother taken because of what they were—unicorn shifters. He hasn’t approached the wolf pack living nearby because he doesn’t know if he can trust them, but when he meets a wolf at the stream and realizes they’re mates, he knows he will have to get over that distrust.
Frederic didn’t expect to meet his mate in the forest where the pack lives, and he certainly didn’t expect his mate to be a unicorn shifter. Sam is, though, and he comes with complications and problems—and Frederic is willing to take them all on.
Sam is wary and doesn’t know how to trust, but he hopes having the pack’s help means he can finally look for his brother. He doesn’t know where to start, though, so using himself as bait for the men who killed his parents sounds like a good idea.
Until it doesn’t.
2.For a Unicorn’s Happiness
Sometimes a unicorn’s happiness is all that matters.
Toby has known little more than loneliness since he was taken from his home and his family was killed. He’s a prisoner, forced to heal the members of the gang that bought him from the men who kidnapped him.
Until he’s not.
Camden didn’t expect to find out that Sam’s brother, the brother who was sold to a gang, is his mate. He’s not sure where to go from here. Toby is understandably wary and cautious, and most of the time, he won’t let Camden close enough to talk to him. Camden doesn’t have a problem giving him the time and space he needs, but they might not have much of it.
When the envoy from another pack arrives and demands Camden give up one of the unicorn shifters, Camden refuses, even though he knows the Rosewood pack doesn’t stand a chance. The pack is small, and its members aren’t warriors. He’s not about to give Toby or Sam up, but he has no idea how his people are going to deal with this—or if they’ll make it out alive.
3.Rise from the Ashes
Reborn from the ashes.
Sage is in love with Reece, and he knows Reece is in love with him, even though Reece does his best to hide it. That’s what being an empath means for Sage—being able to feel other people’s emotions even if he doesn’t want to. It also means hiding what he is so people can’t take advantage of him like his alpha did, and now, he doesn’t know how to tell Reece—or if he should.
Carey is in Rosewood to protect two unicorn shifters. As a phoenix shifter, it’s an easy job for him, and he’s looking forward to discovering the town and the pack. He didn’t expect to meet his mate, but he’s over the moon. He doesn’t even care that Sage is in love with another guy. If anything, he’s happy about it. Who wouldn’t want two boyfriends, right?
Reece has been mourning since he lost his mate and their little girl. He’s been in love with Sage for almost as long as he’s been back in Rosewood, but he’s never done anything about it. He never planned to, either.
But then Carey barges into his and Sage’s life.
Reece doesn’t know if he can be with two men, especially since Sage and Carey share a mate bond, but it’s either try or be alone for the rest of his life—and he doesn’t know if he can do that, either.
4.Lost and Found
A baby lost—a man found.
Lennox is a silent protector. He’s more than happy to let his twin do the talking, but in this case, he can’t, because he’s met his mate, and he’s the only one who can get to know Owen—which might be hard, because even Owen doesn’t know himself.
Owen was adopted into the Springfield pack, but he never belonged. While he wasn’t abused, his father made sure he knew he wasn’t loved and that he knew something was wrong with him. He doesn’t know what that something is, but it has to do with shifting, which he was forbidden to do.
Between Lennox and his new home, Owen finds the strength to go against his adoptive father’s will and shifts. Instead of the monster he expected, he shifts into a special kind of wolf—a dire wolf.
But dire wolf shifters are said to be extinct, and if they aren’t, how did Owen end up in Springfield?
Finding your mate doesn’t solve all your problems, even if they’re just right for you.
Basil is sick. He doesn’t know what his illness is, but he knows he’s slowly dying, which is the only reason he reached out to his estranged father.
Who manages to get himself killed before finding a way to heal Basil.
Lucian is on his way to visit his brother when he sees a man fall on the side of the road. He’s stunned when that man turns out to be his mate. He just found his brother after thinking he was dead for most of his life, and now his mate, too?
Everything isn’t okay once Basil and Lucian find each other, though. Basil is still sick, and not even the unicorn shifters of the Rosewood pack can help. He’s running out of time, and that’s one thing Lucian can’t provide him with, no matter how much he wants to.
6. Not Ordinary
Running isn’t always the best option—or the right one.
Peregrine has been on the run most of his life. His ability to heal makes him a target, and some people will go to any lengths to get their hands on him. But as long as he doesn’t heal anyone, his magic can’t be used to locate him. He’s safe in Rosewood, and for the first time in his twenty-nine years, he’s able to make friends.
Jarvis is dull. He’s not athletic or popular like his siblings, and he’s always been aware of that. Even his job at the coffee shop is boring, but he enjoys it, and it allows him to watch the people he wishes he could be friends with, including the newcomer, Peregrine.
Peregrine doesn’t understand why he’s intrigued by Jarvis until they get close and they realize they’re mates. It’s not just that, though. No matter how ordinary Jarvis thinks he is, he’s anything but, and Peregrine falls for the man he is, not for the bond between them.
When Jarvis is hurt, Peregrine doesn’t think twice about helping him. He can’t heal him, but he can take his pain away, even though it means the people who are after him will find him. Peregrine has to run again so he can keep Jarvis and the pack safe, but Jarvis is stubborn and follows him.
Will they be able to run fast enough that the people trying to capture Peregrine won’t get their hands on him? Or will Peregrine lose everything he never allowed himself to wish for right after he found it?
7. Flawed Assumptions
Flawed assumptions can keep you back.
Everly is a runner. In his case, it’s a necessity since he’s a griffin shifter, and selling him on the black market could earn someone a pretty penny. But Everly doesn’t fancy being sold, so he heads to Rosewood when someone tries catching him again.
Kyle is a protector, not a lawyer or a doctor like his mother wants him to be. That’s why he signed up for the new security team his alpha put together. It’s just his luck that he’s the one to find Everly when the man walks into pack territory.
It’s not until later that they realize they’re mates.
Everly wants Rosewood to become his home, but he’s never had one, and there are still people after him. He’s been dealing with this for the past ten years, and he doesn’t need anyone to protect him.
Or maybe he does. Kyle wants Everly to stay, and Everly wants the same. Will they be able to make Rosewood safe for Everly and all the other rare shifters out there, or will they fail and lose each other?
8. Twist of Fate
Fate takes twists and turns, sometimes for the worse, sometimes for the best.
Doyle is in trouble. It’s nothing new, but this time, it’s bad because he freaking kidnapped a guy, and now the guy’s friends are here to save him.
Marcus is new to pack security, so he didn’t know what to expect from the rescue mission, but it certainly wasn’t to find out that one of the guys who kidnapped his best friend’s mate is his mate. He doesn’t know how to feel about it or what to do, so he keeps it to himself even though he’s tasked to guard Doyle once they’re back in pack territory.
Doyle had his reasons for helping to kidnap Everly, and he didn’t know everything that was going on, but he still feels guilty. He expects to be put behind bars, but instead, when he’s taken to the Rosewood pack, he’s assigned to a home. He can’t leave, and Marcus is there to guard him, but it’s much better than anything he could have dreamed of. He doesn’t understand why the pack is treating him so well or why they’re giving him this chance, but he won’t waste it.
After a while, Marcus realizes he likes the Doyle he’s getting to know, and it makes it much harder to hide that Doyle is his mate. What will happen when he tells people, especially Everly? Even more importantly, will Doyle be a prisoner for much longer, and if he’s not, will he stay with the pack, or will Marcus lose him?
Doyle is human, but maybe he can find a place with the pack anyway—that is, if he can forgive himself the way the pack has.
9. His Place in the World
Can everyone find their place in the world?
Angus is a Wakefield pack member, but Wakefield has never felt like home. Angus doesn’t have a home.
Until he does.
Del has recently moved to Rosewood pack territory with his family, and he’s a bit lost. His father has his younger sister, his brother has his mate, and Del feels out of place.
Then he meets Angus, and Angus tells him they’re mates.
They’re both hesitant in their relationship, and that’s without the rest of their problems, like telling Angus’s alpha that he’s planning to move to Rosewood permanently and finding out who is auctioning rare shifters. Everything’s a whirlwind, and Angus and Del will have to find their way to each other and their place in the world—and with the pack.