Lone Wolves Ranch - An M/M Shifter Mpreg Series

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The Cub Club

What would you do if your adopted son shifted into a wolf cub before your eyes?

  

For single dad Steven the choice was simple - find the boy's family and hope they had the answers.

As the alpha of Lone Wolves Ranch, Mack trusted in humans as much as he trusted in love. Not at all. But he has a soft spot for the brave man searching for his son's relatives. When he discovers Steven is his fated mate, he's stuck between a soft spot and a hard place.


 

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The Shifter's Shotgun Mating

 

Adam knew bounty hunting in another pack’s territory had risks, but a shotgun mating wasn't one he expected. At least it wasn’t permanent. Adam just needed to keep his hands (and his teeth) away from the enticing omega.

 

Ricky knew nothing about the outside world, but he knew his days at Pine Hollow were numbered. The omega’s best chance for survival was to find a mate at Lone Wolves Ranch. Anyone would do. Anyone but the ornery wolf who bit him.

 

Adam said he didn’t want a mate, so why was he acting like a knot-blocker?

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The Slightly Supernatural Sheriff

 

How long does a man have to wait for his happy ending?


Sheriff Chet Thompson has seen the future. He’s even met his mate-to-be, built a dream house (with a nursery), and kept an eye on Lone Wolves Ranch for the man of his visions to return.


David Morehouse-Packman hasn’t been to Lone Wolves Ranch since his sister’s wedding two years ago. Despite being the non-shifter in the family tree, the alpha forbade from dating the sheriff. Returning for the birth of his nephew, avoiding Chet Thompson was not going to be as easy this time. And finding out he was a pregnant omega would shock everyone but Chastity Chet.

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Troy's Happy Ending

 

When life gives me lemons, I use them as ammunition. I’ve had to fight for my happy ending.

Once upon a time, an outcast boy met the love of his life…which was quite a surprise considering he didn’t know he was gay.

Troy Merton wasn’t always Lone Wolves Ranch’s resident author and busybody. He was once a pregnant runaway teen battling pack alphas, kidnappers, and snotty rich omegas.

This is his story, from coming of age in the Black Hills of South Dakota to a happy ending with his fated mate, Ryan.

It’s the kind of tale TJ Macks would write…if it happened to someone else!