Bestial Alphas: A Romance Collection

by Hollie Hutchins

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A Collection Of Wolf & Dragon Shifter Novellas. Over 90,000 words!

Book 1:
I ran away from home to slay a dragon. Turns out, the dragon has more chance of slaying me...
Yeah, I know. Maybe it wasn't a good idea. But I didn't want to marry the village idiot. I didn't want to be sold for two pigs by my parents. No. I wanted to Slay. Stealing swords, I set off to find a formidable dragon.

Issue is, I think I've bitten more than I can chew. And as for the dragon... it turns out that not all dragons stay as dragons. Some of them can shapeshift. Some of them have very distracting bodies. The kind that sets hearts pulsing. The kind of body I don't want to sink a blade into, but my lips, instead...

Book 2:
My family needed helped. And I needed a werewolf lover.
I used to like vampires. Not anymore, however. They didn't appeal to me in the same way a werewolf did. I dreamed about those sinewy muscles, their primal instincts, their lust for human women. I wanted to be taken, conquered.
I also wanted to save my family from potential ruin, since we were living from pay check to pay check, barely keeping off the streets. And I knew that some werewolves liked humans so much, they were willing to do anything necessary to procure them...
All it required was that I sold my soul.

Book 3:
Abducted by dragon shifters on the streets of downtown Chicago. This was something I’d always feared, but I never thought it would happen to me.
I’m the Chosen One. The prophecy says the birthmark on my skin proves it.
I don’t know what’s going on, but I’ve been taken to the home of this man I don’t know.
They call him the Master.
Garen Karn, the leader of the dragons.
They tell me I am to mate with him. I have no choice. And to top it all off, there's other dragons who want to kill me. Either I mate with him, or I die.
Not much choice, is it?
And there's another crazy twist. According to them, if we mate can we save the world. Apparently, I'm the dragon's only hope for survival. Shame not all of them see it that way, though...