Story By Inga


°For as long as I can remember, it's been my dream to write stories. Finally, I've found the time and will to put my thoughts down on paper and I hope you enjoy. Instagram: episode.inga
The alpha and his stubborn thief
Updated at Jul 1, 2022, 08:05
Cassie has been content with staying out of sight from other supernatural beings and has never felt she belongs with them since she's a werewolf hybrid. Her past has been filled with pain, bad choices and rejection, so in her mind, it's better not to get attached to anything that might hurt you in the end. That includes the mate she finds when he walks into the bar she works at, but with her scent covered he doesn't know who she is. Figuring she could at least have one night of fun without him knowing who she is. What she didn't foresee that would only cause more problems when she learned that he's looking for a thief, and now he might figure everything out. Will she ever be able to let her mate in? And will be accept her for who she is?
Making her own path
Updated at Feb 14, 2022, 01:59
In a dystopian future, the werewolves have taken over ruling the world after the great war, followed by a vampire attack that nearly destroyed the world. Now, 200 years later, the vampires have been seen on the prowl again. Aysha is the third princess of Creden, one of the four werewolf kingdoms around the world. Her father tells her that she, and her sisters, will be married to the three future alphas of the other three kingdoms to unify the kingdoms against the vampires. The problem is that Aysha has never been much for all the rules and customs that come with being a princess and is really against the idea of an arranged marriage. Rogue attacks, vampire war, betrayal, and finding her mate. Aysha’s life is about to take a drastic turn, and she must figure out where her loyalties lie. #Royal Romance Writing Contest #RoyalRomanceWritingContest *Authors note, 23.June.2021* Hi guys, I just wanted to let you know that I have been offered a contract for my story, which will be written up in the next weeks. In the future they will put my story in PTR program, but I don't exactly know when since it's their call. I will continue publishing five days a week for you to enjoy for free until then.