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ABOUT ME

I've been attracted by the notion of putting down my thoughts in such a way that they become relatable to everyone that reads. I am fond of a variety of things like- reading, singing, cooking and what not. But I find a different me, a better version, when I am writing all that I feel. I find myself in the pages of the notes that I write in the middle of the night, struck by a random idea.
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Her Unwanted Mate

Her Unwanted Mate

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After her parents' death, Isabella has been the sole provider for her five siblings, and a parent to the youngest ones—the two-year old triplets Winston, Lucas and Theodore. They call her Mommy. Ever since they opened their eyes, they've known her to be their mother, and no one else. Isabella has hoped to find her soulmate soon, and her wishes to meet the perfect male come true when she finds a certain Alpha growling at her for hurting his pack member on his first day at college. The fun fact? He isn't perfect. Alpha Mason has dreams about his Luna, about the woman who would rule beside him, but things go awry when he discovers that his mate has three sons who call her Mommy? What would happen when the trust between these mates is twisted into a knot? Would the spitfire female accept her judgmental mate or would the Alpha end up being the unwanted mate? *Disclaimer* This Book contains -strong language -scenes of a mature/explicit/s****l nature -plots that some readers may find disturbing. (strong Bloody Violence, Black Magic, etc) The opinions expressed in this book, do not necessarily reflect the views of the Author. *Author's Note* This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are products of the Author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. Copyright 2020 © Kainaat Khateeb All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form whatsoever.

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Her Saviour

Her Saviour

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Abigail, is not your normal girl. Normalcy left her life when her mother accused her of sleeping with her own father, and her life was turned for the worse. With her parents being divorced when she was only 14, she's been dealing with life like no other teenager has. The court notice binded her to stay with her mother, who threw insults her way every chance she got, calling her names that no parent is supposed to call their child, abusing her mentally and physically. Abigail has turned out to be the bad girl, drinking/smoking as well as getting into fights/vandalizing properties is her way of dealing with her problems. Now that she is seventeen, she is a good student, plays football, is member of a few clubs in school and plans to get as far away for college as possible with the help of the same. Just like every other plan, her plan too had a few rules; which are supposed to help her so that she can make it into college without any problem, live her life the way she wants & to not end up like her parents. There are FIVE rules to be exact, which she followed without any problem until now. Her world turns upside down, when a new boy named Noah enters her school—more like in her life. Noah is said to be the best of both worlds; a mixture of a nerd and a jock packed in together, he is as good at grades as her and plays soccer—much to her dislike, has a loving family & believes in love more than anything. What happens when she catches the eye of school's new golden boy? The last thing she needed was a distraction, much less a stubborn one. And definitely not COMPETITION.

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