She was the daughter of the Alpha, but when her father was murdered and her Pack taken over, she was demoted to omega. Unable to fight and having to obey the new Alpha and his children, she had an awful childhood. She waited for the moment she turned eighteen so she could leave the Pack, and nothing, not even finding out the Alpha's heir is her True Mate, will stop her from getting back her freedom.
Cara's parents died protecting her, and the Alpha blamed her for it, making her a slave. She is unaware of her real identity and has no hope of escaping her fate, but then a group of alphas hear about her and decide to go investigate if she is related to the True Mate of one of them. Saving her won't be easy, but nothing will stop them from keeping her safe once they find her.
Penelope is a pure blooded mountain lion, and with her species going for extinction, her elders decide she needs to sacrifice herself and breed with other pure blooded shifters of her own race. Problem is, she doesn't want to, not that the elders care, she will breed a new generation, whether she likes it or not. She will be sold to the highest bidder between the pure blooded families, that will use her as they want.
For generations the witches and the beasts (shifters) have been living apart, but the beasts have decided they want to get back to their land and no one will step in their way, they are willing to eradicate all opposition. What will happen after the Prince of Beasts finds his fated mate among the witches? Will she accept him even after he killed everyone in her village?
Mark and Ava met each other under awful circumstances, both of them trapped by a very bad man. Ava can escape thanks to Mark, but he has to live in captivity for ten more years, doing things he doesn't want to. When Mark and Ava find each other again, they are not the same kids, but the bond that formed the day Mark saved her, is still strong, and the bond that joins them as adults is even stronger. Still, their lives won't be easy, too much happened in the years they were apart.
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