Cursed a thousand years ago for the crimes of their forefathers, the warrior men of Lykaios are imprisoned to stay on their island home. One day, Fate turns their gaze upon them in mercy, sending a vision of their impending freedom to Theron, one of the Lykaia and a wolf shifter.
Rylan Hawthorne, multimillionaire hotelier’s son, is a wastrel. Because of this, he’s encouraged to take some time to think on his father’s ultimatum: grow up, or lose his fortune. He takes their family yacht on a trip through the Mediterranean, and for supernatural reasons, he finds himself on the island of Lykaios.
Theron and Rylan’s meeting locks a bond in place that’s both instantaneous as it is arresting. Theron knows the man is his mate, but the man knows nothing of the Lykaia. Now, the lives of a pack lost by time are in the hands of an inexperienced young hotelier, and the wolf shifter who dares love him.
Cursed a thousand years ago for the crimes of their forefathers, the warrior men of Lykaios are imprisoned to stay on their island home. This changed when Fate brought forth a solution: instead of them finding their mates, their mates will be coming to the island. Thus, the idea to turn the island into a paradise resort was born.
Construction for the island resort is well under way. Gabriel Montgomery, with his several degrees, was tasked to go to the island and conduct a feasibility study. What he didn’t know was that among its residents was his mate.
Lysander was a broken man who lost all hope of ever finding his mate. Angry, with a short fuse, and living as a pariah for a thousand years, Lysander is surprised—and delighted—when an intriguing man who piques his curiosity enters the forge one day. Unable to help himself, they share a searing kiss that changes both of their lives forever.
Title: Nicodemus (Lykaios 3)
Release Date: August 20
Genre: M/M, Paranormal, Erotic Romance, Contemporary, Shifters, Werewolves
Word Count: 33,529
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Ever since his entire pack was cursed a thousand years ago, Nicodemus has spent most of his incarceration on Lykaios Island in deep reflection. Once hot-headed, ill-tempered and even a little bit violent, Nicodemus has reformed and is attempting to be the best man he can be, especially around a certain man who has piqued his interest. He doesn’t want to be the monster he believes that his people were once said to become.
Addison Clarke spent two years of his life on Lykaios, escaping a horrendous past that still haunts him every day of his life. Despite having to look over his shoulder every moment of every day, his attraction to Nicodemus is instantaneous. The reformed soldier is everything he needs: solid, stable, and attentive.
But with the threat of Addison’s past looming over them, can Nicodemus’s stability and reformed ways be enough to make sure their relationship survives the coming trials?