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Star Crossed Shifters: The Complete Series - cover

Star Crossed Shifters: The Complete Series

Kellan Larkin

Publisher: Kellan Larkin

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Summary

When alien shifters meet Earth shifters, worlds collide. 
This three-book collection brings readers on a journey of survival, hope, and family. On the run from the evil Conquest, alien shifter Zax crash lands his crew on Earth shifter territory. The two sides learn to work together as love blossoms and babies are born. 
Interstellar Alpha - After losing everything, Zax finds himself in a tiny town on the planet Earth. But when he meets Omega wolf Isaac, he realizes he just might be able to carve out a new life. When Isaac gets pregnant and an enemy ship appears, the pair find that they have to help each other protect their new family and their pack. 
Alien Alpha's Baby - Taken in by the wolves when he was just a baby, Ellis has enjoyed a quiet life ever since he got back from the Middle East. Despite his pain, he makes a connection with the troubled alien Fian. When Ellis gets pregnant, they find that they have to bridge the gap and work together. 
Outer Space Omega - When Rozel crash-landed in the tiny town of Roston, he didn't bargain on being thrust into the middle of an intergalactic war. He also didn't bargain on finding his fated mate, Dane, either. When Rozel gets pregnant and has to help fight off killer aliens, Dane finds he needs to be the Alpha his mate and baby need.

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