Andi’s been a fighter for as long as she can remember. Her greater size, speed, and stamina make her irreplaceable on the field, and a key player in her father’s war against the rival Lion clan. When her father fell in battle, it became her duty to lead and protect her people. After a decade of bloodshed, both sides are ready for peace. But the patriarchal Lions won’t treat with a female, even if she is queen. Finding a mate and bearing heirs wasn’t an option when the survival of her clan was at stake. Now Andi needs a mate, and she waited so long that there are no eligible males to be found.
Troy, a former slave taken from his clan at a young age, needs answers, answers only his own kind can provide. Without them, he’ll lose the most precious thing he has. He treks south, dodging Human patrols for unchipped shifters. As time grows short, his desperation rises. In a Human bar, he finally finds what he’s looking for. A chance meeting with another Panther leads to a night of passion, but in the morning he’s left with nothing but an empty bed and a name.
They should be the answer to each other’s woes, but it’s hard to trust when hidden truths threaten the survival of an entire race.
It’s hard to keep your head up when the shit hits the fan.
Everything Troy thought he knew about himself was a lie. Orphan, former slave, father, lover to Andi and maybe one day her king… all wrong. He’s the missing heir to the throne of a separate sect of Shifters, and the worst part? His mother showed up and called Andi his cousin.
The war with the Lions won’t wait for Andi to get her head on straight after Troy’s departure, and she still has a war criminal to sentence. No matter what her Panther demands, she cannot mate the future king of Greater Panthera.
Mind melds are not easily broken, and while Andi is in a fight for her life, Troy discovers that his new family isn’t as supportive of his Hybrid daughter as he might have hoped. Dreams crash against reality and family takes on a whole new level of meaning in this sequel to A Queen’s Trust.
Troy finally has the family he should have had all along. While his biological relatives leave much to be desired, he has made a family whose ties are thicker than blood. A mate, a daughter, and soon, he’ll have a son, a son who will one day be king.
The Lions are finally settling into a permanent treaty, with actual paperwork this time. Andi’s leadership problems should finally be over, leaving her time to enjoy her pregnancy and new family. But new threats from Arizona keep her on her toes, and this time, she has a hell of a lot more to lose.
It’s not every day you’re given a second chance, and Eli isn’t about to waste his.
The penalty for trespassing? Death.
Born the second child of the Panthera ruling family, his sole duty is to protect his sister and her reign. So far, he’s done a piss-poor job of it, but all of that’s about to change. Eli’s been handed a way to track his sister’s would-be assassin and he’ll follow her anywhere, even into the forbidden Human territories.
Brenna serves her brother and their Pride as spákona, though the Lioness considers her visions of the future a curse, not a gift. If it weren’t for a vision that linked her Pride’s survival with that of their age-old enemies, the Panthers, she wouldn’t bother with the lesser cats at all. But even her foresight can miss things, and when her brother orders her to join the team hunting Andi’s assassin, Brenna finds there’s more to lose than just her life on this trip.
The Pantheran prince hunts not only a killer, but Brenna’s heart.