Snake Snack

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Simon thought having a mate was a good idea, until he met his. Darwin is too used to being alone to ever consider bonding himself to someone, especially a snake shifter. He didn't want to be lunch. Kidnappings, a mayoral race and threats on two pack members don't help the cause. Will Simon and Darwin ever get their HEA? Includes MPREG. More

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Words: 59,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370216345
About Lisa Oliver


My name is Lisa Oliver and welcome to my Author page. After spending years writing non-fiction books, the lure of fiction and the men in my head finally had me sitting down and writing The Reluctant Wolf, an M/M paranormal erotic romance in November 2013. Since that time I have written twenty odd books including the Cloverleah Pack series, the Bound and Bonded series, Alpha and Omega series, and the Stockton Wolves series. I have also written a vampire/wolf shifter novel - The Power of The Bite. All of my books are M/M (or M/M/M) come with a guaranteed HEA and absolutely no cheating.

I strongly believe in the power of love - and all of my books are based on the true mate trope. However, for me, insta-lust does not equal insta-love and all of my books tell of the journey my main characters need to go through to reach that state of being in love with someone special. All of my books can be read as standalone, but in cases like the Cloverleah series you get a good idea of the back stories of secondary characters by reading the books in order.

I love to hear from all of my readers so please feel free to catch up with me on Facebook, Twitter or through my blog.

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Review by: Nicole Yates on Aug. 12, 2017 :
Book 2 of Arrowtown. Story of Simon a Snake Shifter and his Mate Darwin a Mouse Shifter. MM story with Male Pregnancy. Great addition to the series. Highly Enjoyable and Entertaining Read. Highly Recommend. Can't go wrong with a Lisa Oliver Book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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