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A wolf shifter thinks I’m his mate. Not going to happen. I’m half-siren and all single. No way am I giving up my freedom for some delusional furball. Even if he’s kind of cute. And considerate. And has warm eyes. Besides, I have enough going on with running my retro rock club. And when an unexpected relative shows up there one night, it shakes me to the core. The last thing I need is to add another complication to my life, especially something as mundane as monogamy.
Rejected by my fated mates while pregnant was only the beginning of my worries… Cast aside and abandoned at a space station to raise my daughter alone was my destiny. It had been fifteen years since I was dropped off with nothing but the clothes on my back and a pity bag filled with just enough to get by. I had sworn to myself that I wouldn’t fall for some cosmic love connection once again and built my life from nothing to a respectable position. But it seems the universe has other plans for me. One good deed changed my life forever… Now three new emerald males won’t leave me alone, yet I am haunted by my abusive past every time I look at them. Will they be able to heal my broken heart?
What do you call it when you end up as a dad to the thirteen-year-old son you barely know? Minor Trouble. Seth Hudson has a reputation for being the “bad boy”. Trouble in his teen years led him down the wrong path but now, at almost thirty, he’s gotten his life together and things are going well. Until the fateful phone call that changes everything. Thirteen years ago, Seth fathered a child and was all but forced out of the boy’s life. With Noah’s mother passing away, it’s up to Seth to step up to the plate and raise the son he barely knows. But what does he know about parenting a teenager? Ainsley Coren has just moved to Cali Cross and is starting over as the high school guidance counselor. It doesn’t take long for her to encounter the troubled teen and his single father who are holding on by a thread. Making it her mission to help save this broken family, Ainsley steps in and goes above and beyond with the father and son duo. The more time she spends helping them, the more she slowly finds herself falling for the reformed bad boy/single dad. Can they make things work or will Ainsley bolt at the first sign of minor trouble?