Legends of the Packs – Book 1
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A wolf prince, a half-fox bastard, sinister half-sisters, and forbidden love. Does this Cinderella story have any chance?
But for Flynn Halfmaw, it’s not that easy. Along with his family, the bulk of the Shadowall Bay pack is homophobic and speciesist, including the Alpha and his heir, Brody Shadowpaw, who is the sexiest man Flynn has ever seen.
Even if Flynn and his stepbrother can sneak into the ball, they would have to find an alpha that is not only willing to come out in a homophobic town but also willing to accept a bastard, half-breed fox as their mate.
In addition, the alpha would need to get Flynn’s stepmother’s approval, which would be a miracle in itself.
Brody Shadowpaw despises his life as the Alpha Heir. The constant stream of beautiful women being paraded in front of him exhausts him, and worse still his father is pressuring him to find a mate. While the man knows Brody is gay, it is the heir’s duty to settle down with a woman and produce an heir of his own. Goddess forbid his children have two fathers instead.
Is it possible for Flynn and Brody to overcome all odds and find their way into each other’s arms? Or will the sexy alpha end up smitten by one of Flynn’s half-sisters?
Ginger Fella is the first book in Legends of the Packs, a collection of your favorite fairy tales retold in the modern world with shifters, alphas, omegas, and male pregnancy. The books can be read out of order, but for maximum enjoyment it is recommended to start with book one – Ginger Fella.
“The book starts out as a Cinderella story, but later segues into a shifter/mpreg storyline, with witchcraft and a touch of the paranormal. And a sadistic stepmother who is constantly beating Flynn (Ginger) with a whip, almost to the point of killing him. Flynn bears all the abuse and accepts his fate.
It’s a very sweet love story between Brody (the prince) and Flynn, whose attraction to each other began from the moment they met each other while both were in shifter form, without having seen each other in their human form. Although our main storyline ends well, some new characters, as well as a new storyline, are introduced at the end, but it’s left unfinished, leaving us waiting for that second book, which will be a retelling of the Rapunzel fairy tale.” – A Kindle Reader