Book 2, Le Beau Series
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Awarded (Rising Star Paranormal Romance)
Desperate to find his mate, Simon Le Beau joined the Marines. No matter how badly he wanted his destined female, she wasn't going to walk up and knock on his door. Maybe a bit of travel while serving his country would bring him a little luck in love.
Four years later, he returns home from deployment, stuck in wolf form. Little did he know, his mate would, in fact, show up at his family’s plantation. If only he had opposable thumbs.
Rose O’Leary is a beautiful, voluptuous woman. Raised in foster homes, she fears abandonment and avoids men. Relationships bring nothing but pain.
As if they didn't have enough problems, a secret organization that is out to destroy the Le Beau family. What better way to cripple the royal family than to steal their females? And the one they hired wants Rose for himself.
Welcome to New Orleans, Louisiana, where every myth and scary story you were ever told is real. A place where the things that go bump in the night, or daytime for that matter, are surprisingly friendly. For the most part.
Take a good look at your neighbor, the person sitting beside you at the bar, or your coworker. Are you sure they’re human?
#4.5 Cade & Anna
#7 Seth Coming soon
#8 Etienne Coming soon
NOTE: A complete novel. No cliffhanger. Dual POV. This is an adult paranormal romance with sexual content. The series centers on New Orleans Billionaire Wolf Shifters with plus sized BBW for mates. It also includes vampires, voodoo priestess, a Marine, and magic. These are stand alone books that create a series. They do not need to be read in order. Of course, the story is richer if the books are read in order.
I congratulate the Author for this series. I'm on book 2 and buying book 3 now . I could not put it down as I was living in the book with the characters. I feel like I'm part of the family.
Better than the first
I read Cade and didn't really like it. Simon flowed much more smoothly I would venture that each book gets a bit better or it'll be rushed like so many series are at the end. The books are somewhat stand alone although they do lead you into the next. I like the characters but not enough to continue.