Circus of Beasts: Bear Shifter Romance (Mountain Magic Book 2)
My clan of bear shifters warned me never to trust humans. But I had to see it for myself. I leave Olympia Forest and head out to the big city. I want to live how humans live. I want to see their world. My adventure gets cut short when a con man sees my golden eyes and captures me. He forces me to join his circus. Night after night, I shift into my bear form on command for his freak show. My curiosity turns to hate. My clan was right. I swear to never trust humans again. Until I meet Bradley. He’s a man with a rugged body and kind eyes. He treats me with more compassion than I’m used to. He might be the key to my freedom…and the one thing I’ve been looking for all along.
Hannah Vanderguard is trying to change her life. After coming home to Eagle Creek with broken dreams, she’s fighting to become a better version of herself. But one incredibly sexy man is infuriatingly intent on putting her in her place, and reminding her of who she used to be. Chase MacKeltar doesn’t believe for one minute that Hannah has changed, certain she’s going to hurt the women in his family. The fact that she’s the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen plays no part in how closely he’s watching her. Nope, not at all. He’s just on his guard, trying to protect his family. But when Chase’s suspicions begin to falter, and Hannah earns his trust, Chase becomes the one with the secrets. And when tragedy strikes, it might already be too late—not just to tell her what he truly is, but also to win her heart forever.
I’m not an assassin witch, I swear… But one bad day at work as a Guardian was all it took to make everyone think I am. Darcy Pierce—infamous, soulless, lethal. Betrayer. It’s all good, though. I fit right in at my new job as the magical bartender in a supernatural strip club, where no one cares about a girl’s deadly reputation as long as she has a nice rack. Only now I’m being stalked by a schoolgirl bully who breathes fire, and her hot dad keeps trying to get me to touch his dusty old book. I’m used to men trying to trick me into touching things, but this is a whole new level of creepy. I’m almost grateful when the assassin who framed me comes back for round two… except I’m not the only one in danger. My new friends at the club are the ones under fire now, and I can’t fail them like I failed before. Once a Guardian, always a Guardian, right? That’s what they always told me, even when I ran, and I still don’t know if they were right. Whatever I am, it’s personal now, and I have a hot-blooded killer to hunt.