Tigers' Den: Reverse Harem Shifters Romance

Tigers' Den: Reverse Harem Shifters Romance

By:  Margo Bond Collins  Completed
Language: English
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When Lana Sparks, a tiger-shifter on the run from her old pack, meets the San Antonio, Texas, tiger-shifter alpha Roman Velazquez, she must decide whether to join him and his two advisors as their Alpha Mate in to save herself and create a new life for herself.

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    32 chapters
    Prologue: November 1
             Roman Velazquez stood alone in the dark Hall of Alphas. Although he was in the center, his attention focused on the images of the two alphas on either end: Garcia, the first and most long-lived alpha of their streak, and Antonio, the most recent, now-deceased, alpha of their streak of tigers.Garcia, with his long, silver hair, was the founder of the first San Antonio tiger streak. His reputation was as a fierce warrior and a wise leader, the standard all the streaks’ later alphas strived to emulate. Antonio had been charismatic and had died far too young. The Losoya Pack, from the southwest part of town, had waged an unprovoked war aga
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    Chapter 1
    Christmas carols. On November first.What a travesty. As far as Lana Sparks—now Freeman, she reminded herself—was concerned, the holiday season shouldn’t begin until after Thanksgiving. Then again, everything about this holiday season was ticking her off—starting with her employer&rsqu
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    Chapter 2
    Oh, no. She froze, checking out the quickest routes to the exits. Still… I don’t sense any danger.“I’m hoping I sat down at a table in your section,” he said, winking at her.Oh, that smile is so sexy. This has to be a coincidence.

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    Chapter 3
    “A confession to make? Oh, do tell.” Lana smiled back at the gorgeous man, enjoying the banter for the first time in as long as she could remember.“I wasn’t really looking at the menu. I was thinking how glad I am that I chose to come back here and that this restaurant is still open.”“Why wouldn’t it be open?”

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    Chapter 4
    Roman was almost done with the first margarita as Lana returned to his table. “Lightweight, my ass,” she said.“I’m hoping large amounts of alcohol will help me come up with the right line to sweep you off your feet.”“Oh, you already found it. When you told me you had tons of cash and I could have my way with you, it was a done deal. I’m kind of a gold digger that way.” She feigned a serious expression.

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    Chapter 5
    The night flew by, not only because her section was busy, but because she kept fixating on Roman. He was certainly good-looking by almost any woman’s standards, not to mention full of confidence—but his overtures toward her were almost boyish and definitely clumsy. Also cute and disarming, she admitted to herself. She was less intimidated by him than she might otherwise be. I have to be careful about that. It might be his way of getting past my guard.

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    Chapter 6
    It’s time for a change, Lana decided. Two years was long enough to mourn her father and her mate. And she might be on the run, but that didn’t mean she had to go without companionship. So she’d already made some decisions about this beautiful tiger-shifter. If the night continued to go well, he would be the first tiger-shifter she’d been intimate with since Ian’s death. It was good that Roman was so different from Ian. For one thing, he was a bit older than she—he’d be the first older
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    Chapter 7
    Pulling back, Lana fought to regain both her composure and her breath. Not to mention that smartass waitress I was channeling earlier. Finally, she said, “Okay, I have an idea.”“What’s that?” He smiled, but his breath came a little faster than usual, too.Read more
    Chapter 8
    Despite her sudden anxiety, Lana managed the keys and unlocked the door to the dark, cool apartment. An artificial breeze escaped through the door, brushing past her sensitized skin. Rosie kept the AC cranked low and had forgotten to turn it back up before she left that morning. Lana had mostly learned to live with it. Turning on the hallway light, she led Roman into the small living room, directing him to a couch that was really only slightly larger than a love seat. She headed for the kitchenette. “We’ve got tons of alcohol if you want. I need water, though.”

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    Chapter 9
    Curling tighter into her ball, Lana whimpered.“What is it?” Roman whispered again, his hand soft as he stroked down her arm. “Talk to me, Lana.”Instead, she took a deep breath, curling her upper lip to move the air molecules into her nose and over her half-shifted Jacobsen’s organ in the roof of her mouth. This flehmen response was a clear shifter move, but it was the only way she could think of to truly sense his intentions. Maybe he wouldn&rsquo
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