Molten by Lila Felix


Molten by Lila Felix (Bayou Bear Chronicles 5)
English | 2019 | Romance | ePUB | 309 Kb

Molten: I don’t let my bear out. She’s a menace. The last time I did, I was kicked out of my foster home and placed in a group home.

Then I met Pine. He belongs to a clan. He changes to his animal at will. He tells me I’m his-that he and I are mates. But that can’t be. Things like this don’t happen to girls like me.

I’ve never been told I was loved. No one has ever wanted me around before.

Maybe I’ve finally found a place to call home–with Pine.

The Bayou Bear books are upper YA/New Adult Shifter Romances based in Louisiana where hot bear shifters are always on the lookout for their mates.

“I had been. Rev hadn’t even known my name at that point, but my loyalty to the pack was unyielding. If one of us was in trouble, all of us were in trouble.

“Yes, Alpha. It was my honor.”

Hawke sat in the faded leather chair and, with his elbows on top of the desk, leaned forward and smiled. “I’m glad you feel that way. I would like to know what your plans are—for the future.”

I scoffed. I’d love to know those plans, too. Sometimes it felt like I was simply going through the motions of life. I laughed at myself.

What’s[K1] funny?” he pressed, the line across his forehead now more pronounced.

“I’m working hard and running patrols. Not much of anything. Plans? Who knows?”

He sighed heavily and then snickered. “Waiting on your mate?”

The word mate sent a sword right through my heart. Fuck yeah, I was waiting on my mate. I’d been waiting on her since I sprouted pubes and started noticing the girls at school. Sounded stupid to admit it, even to myself, but it was true. I craved her like my next breath, yet I didn’t even know her name.

“Yes, Alpha. Always waiting.”

He nodded. “She will come when the Creator decides it is time.”

I pushed on the arms of the chair I sat in and blew out a long breath. “But where, Alpha? Let’s be honest. Aspen and Tarrow found their mates off pack lands.”

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