Tatum’s perfect, well-planned life crashed one piece at a time. After
mistakes led to bigger ones, she’s ready to give up and walk away
from the only dream she ever knew. A trip to a New Mexico retreat
sounds like the best way to pull herself together. Then she met
Connor, a hot falcon shifter who shows her a whole new world full of
possibilities she never imagined. Connor’s falcon claimed her at
first glance. Now faced with her inner demons, can she learn to
forgive herself and stop the cycle of self-destruction? Will his love
be enough to calm the anxiety and fears that prevent her from finding
the life she never knew she wanted?
Harmony For My Mate
How do you choose between two women, when only the love of both will
bring you harmony?
Cameron was born a falcon shifter, but when his arrogance prompted a total
disregard to safety, he was attacked by a bear shifter. Living with
two predatory animals who want control makes it hard to find peace.
When he meets the new chef, Eliza, his bear recognizes his mate, but
his falcon longs for Skylar. When an opportunity presents itself that
will make all the three happy, Eliza’s heart fights against her
traditional upbringing. Faced with a choice, she retreats into fear
and uncertainty. Skylar knows her love is not confined to a
predetermined set of societal norms. She has to break through the
walls Cameron and Eliza built, but that’s not easy when Cam’s
heart is split in two and Eliza refuses to believe she deserves
happiness. Can three unique hearts turn their back on tradition and
forge a new type of bond in order to bring harmony to their life?
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kitchen was like watching an artist paint a canvas. She ignored everything around her
and focused on the food, chopping, sautéing, and tasting. He had no clue what came
out of her magical jars, but the smell made his mouth water and her happiness made
his cock hard. If anyone deserved happiness, it was her, but he didn’t understand how
to make that happen.
“Are you going to stand there all night and watch or get going on that onion?”
He smiled. “I’m enjoying watching you do your thing.”
Eliza threw an apron across the island. “Get your ass busy. I’m sure you know your way
around a knife.”
He put on the apron and took the knife. “I’m fantastic with pointy things.”
She stirred the vegetables and lowered the flame. “I don’t get the point of that joke.
Want to take another stab at it?”
He rolled his eyes. “You had to go there?”
“Would you expect anything less?”
“No, your sharp wit astounds me.”
“Ooohhh, check you out. You’re not just brawn. There’s a brain there too.” Eliza handed
him two pears. “Cut these for the cheese platter.”
“I could, but I’d rather do this.” He turned her to face him, put his hands on her face, and
leaned in for a kiss.
“Cameron-” she inclined her head away, “-the food will burn.”
He reached around her and turned the flame down to the lowest setting. “Problem
Cameron picked her up and sat her on the island then stood between her legs. She
gasped when he slid his cold hand up her shirt and pressed her against him. His tongue
slid up the side of her neck and he whispered, “I want to make you forget everything but
us and this moment.”
“I wish you could.”
“I could if you’d let me.” Cameron hated having this same conversation. He struggled
with a lot these days, but his feelings for Eliza were certain and he needed her to
“Right now, you need to focus on you. How are your bear and bird getting along these
days?” She slipped off and squeezed around him.
He grumbled, turned around, and rested his backside against the counter. “You sound
like my mom.”
Eliza brought the food back up to temp. “Your mom’s a smart woman. I like her a lot.”
Cameron hated the way people treated him with kid gloves. The one time he ignored
the park ranger’s advice, a wild bear attacked the camping excursion he led. High on
cockiness and a desperate need to feel useful, his life changed in an instant. The
tourists were unharmed, but he suffered a deep wound on his shoulder. After weeks ofdenial, the effects of the bear shifter’s bite forced Cam to address the new inner conflict.
Two strong predatory animals fighting for domination took its toll.
As Eliza stirred the various pans and tasted a sauce, Cameron watched her hips twist in
rhythm. Since meeting her, his bear grew stronger and needed more attention. The
strength of her bear demanded a challenge and he reciprocated at the cost of
appeasing his falcon.
“That smells incredible,” Cameron said.
Eliza spun around with a spoon for him to taste. The roasted garlic and tomatoes melted
in his mouth. How could this woman take ordinary ingredients and create heaven?
He closed his eyes, savoring the flavors. “That is fantastic. What’s in it?”
“A bit of everything, but I’m experimenting with flavored salts. This one comes from the
dehydrated herbs I made last week.”
“The chef we had here before had a hard time making anything taste good. It was like
eating at a school cafeteria.”
“Well, I’m still learning a lot.” She faced the stove.
He put his hands on her shoulders and turned her around. “Why do you do that?”
“Do what?” Eliza avoided his eyes.
Cameron placed a hand under her chin, lifted her face, and kissed her forehand.
“Dismiss my compliments.”
“I didn’t realize I did that. It’s weird to listen to good things being said about you.”
“Why is it weird? You need to get used to it.” He grew hard holding her against him. Her
mouth stretched up and met his. His hands cupped her face as his tongue parted her
lips. The taste of onions and garlic made him hungrier for more than food.
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