REBEL LION (audio)

The narration in this book is superb as with all the others in this series. I absolutely love this group of shifters and can’t wait to see what comes next. - Audiobook Confessions review.

REBEL LION, Book 3 of my new Aloha Shifters: PEARLS OF DESIRE series, is now available in ebook, paperback, and AUDIO!!! Listen in as star narrator Kelsey Osborne brings all the emotion and action of Rebel Lion to life in a whole new way! You’ll experience Dell’s grief, his love for Quinn, and his passion for his destined mate, along with Anjali’s wonder at the beauty of Maui, her fear of the emerging danger to Quinn, and her determination to fight for the man and child she loves. Grab your copy today!

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Lion shifter Dell O’Roarke has never been serious about life, but life is about to get serious with him. The beautiful stranger who’s just arrived in Maui isn’t just looking for anyone — she’s looking for him. And that’s not just any surprise she’s brought along — it’s a baby who looks a hell of a lot like Dell. Soon, he discovers there’s more at stake than his lifestyle as a swinging bachelor. Vengeful shifters are hot on the stranger’s heels, making Dell wonder… Are they after the woman, the baby, or him?

Ad executive Anjali Jain hasn’t taken a vacation in years — and she sure isn’t on vacation now. She’s simply keeping a promise, and then she’ll get back to climbing the corporate ladder. But there’s nothing simple about taking care of a baby — or handing that baby off to a handsome, mysterious stranger who feels like a long-lost friend. Easygoing Dell isn’t her type, but the more he reluctantly reveals of his hidden, soulful side, the deeper she falls in love — and the more mysteries she discovers. How can one man possibly awaken so many lusts and desires at the same time? What evil forces lurk behind the brutal murder of her best friend? And why does she have the feeling there’s something not quite human about the murderers — or about Dell?