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Fallon Harris doesn’t believe in soulmates. Because of her parents’ divorce, she is spending Christmas in the quaint town of Hollybright with her witchy friend, Hayden Tennison, and her friend’s estranged grandfather, Oddball Ozzie. Instead of going home, she’s helping out at Ozzie’s diner, dodging phone calls from her family, and running into the occasional stray wolf. Despite being homesick, Fallon is set on making this Christmas the best one yet. However, with three new and attractive strangers in town focused entirely on her, things get complicated. Dead deer appear on her lawn, the strangers are asking her about soulmates, and her friend’s family is clearly hiding something. When Hayden’s cousin shows up unannounced, the secrets continue piling up until it all inevitably comes crashing down. Will these strangers be able to work a Christmas miracle and change Fallon’s mind or will this Christmas go up in flames? One thing’s for certain, either way Fallon will be having herself a wolfy little Christmas.
Brooke Corvina has been at Goldcrest Omega Academy forever. Resistant to all attempts to match her to suitable Alphas, she’s a ‘special project’ for the head of the school. She knows her father wants her to grow up and start making babies with a wealthy Alpha, but that’s not the life for her. After an unusual incident at the academy, she begins to see her escape route. The only trouble is her plan hinges on using the only men she’s ever perfumed for, and they might not be so keen on letting her walk away once they’ve helped her out. She doesn’t care what they want. This is her life, and she’s determined to start living by her own set of rules. She might be a bad daughter, a crazy bitch and a broken Omega, but she’s not going to let one chivalrous Alpha and three insane Betas derail her big plans. But, maybe, if they play nice and rough, she’ll consider letting them come along for the ride…
I was only trying to help a friend. I swear. I was legit asking for a friend who was finally ready to date again. I knew what she wanted in a man — smart, funny, ambitious, well-read (no, the sports section doesn’t count), and plays a wicked game of badminton. So I did what any good friend would do. Posted it for her. It seemed like a good idea at the time — I’d weed through the candidates, and bring her my top picks. But then he responded. Is it wrong to date the guy I screened for my bestie? Not asking for a friend.