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Predatory - Bitten Mates #2

M.H. Silver

Publisher: Silver Heart Publishing

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Summary

Fate has a sense of humor. 
 
Aiden is a deer shifter who works as a ranger in Yellowstone Park. Carver is the werewolf who saved him when they were kids—too bad he did it with his teeth. Now Aiden is branded with what shifters call the mate's mark: a glowing bite that legends claim ties him forever to an annoying werewolf. 
 
Well, fate better watch out, because Aiden has other plans… until Carver plants a kiss on him so sinfully scorching that he can't see straight for days. Predator and prey will have to work their differences out, because destiny has plans for them… and so does love.

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