Quicksilver Garou: Lost & Found Mates
If you’re new to the series…
FOR HUNDREDS OF YEARS deep desire, deep need, drove generations of Garou—man and wolf combined into a powerful package replete with extra senses and amazing strength—to find their mates. They were unsuccessful—and desolate. A virus had ravaged the women who would be their mates, effectively damaging them and their offspring, rendering both undetectable by the Garou.
The chance of finding love, of recognizing their mate when paths crossed, was slim to less than none. This didn’t bode well for the continuation of their kind—or their happiness—since Garou must mate with their one and only in order to produce offspring.
They longed for what the older generation had—the emotional and physical bond, that psychical thread that bound them together—but they weren’t holding their breath they’d ever find their one.
Turns out the human man who’d discovered the Garou’s secrets—the constant threat hanging over their heads like a guillotine—was working feverously to reverse engineer Garou DNA in order to gain the longevity, the enhanced strength and senses, the ability to shift the ancient race had that only occurs after mating, has somehow also discovered the history of their mates, known as Cinnabar Twins.
Little do the Garou know the madman’s experiments were successful in flipping back on what the virus damaged in the women—once again making their mates detectable. Discoverable.
When a Garou and his mate meet in the first spine-tingling book in the series—Mine to Love—the recognition is instantaneous and incendiary.
The woman struggles to believe, but both Garou and mate soon switch from disbelief and suspicion to fighting for their lives, before falling in love and tearing up the sheets.
It’s a race against time and evil intentions to rescue the women—the Cinnabar Twins—and protect the Garou and their mates across the globe.
The series will have ten steamy fated mates paranormal romance novels featuring dominant, protective heroes and a heroine's who aren't afraid to go after what they wants!