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Shifters For Sale

The Cost Of Happiness Isn’t Always Money

 Born a slave, Joss grew up alone, uneducated, unloved, and dreading the day he turned eighteen and began servicing those who came to the brothel. It’s a horrible life for the cat shifters who have no rights and aren’t even seen as people. The only highlight is the massive parties the brothels throw once every few months to draw in potential buyers.
Joss is about to give up the dream of finding a permanent owner—the hope of every slave. But then the mystery man in the white mask buys him, turning his world upside down. While Joss should hate that, all he wants is to make Dencil happy and solve the man’s problems. Will the cost of Joss’s help be more than he can handle?

Double the Price

You Get What You Pay For

Neil Morgan knows there’s a high price to fine quality, but simply never thought of it in reference to a person. As a New York businessman, Neil must keep up appearances even if he dislikes what’s required of him. While trying to contain his shock at the activities of the local Buy Ball, a gorgeous ocelot propositions him.
Cecil Torres wants the right master and he thinks maybe he’s found the one when he stumbles upon Neil at the Ball. Getting Neil’s attention is easy—Cecil’s trained to make an entrance—but getting a smart man to agree to a risky bet is another matter. Never one to renege on a bet, Neil gladly pays the steep purchase price. Cecil plans to be everything Neil needs. And as an ocelot, no other cat is as qualified to be the perfect host, in every way.
After one eventful evening, Neil and Cecil hit a bump in the road. Can a misunderstanding of words and Neil’s error in not reading the fine print cost them everything?

Cost of Love

What Are Morals Worth Over Love

Powerful attorney Craig Ross doesn’t believe in the enslavement of others, no matter their species of birth. Imagine his surprise when he looks into a pair of caramel eyes and realizes he’s drawn to a slave—someone he can’t have a future with. As far as Craig is concerned, Sage Massey is his ocelot. Regardless of how he was raised, Craig is willing to take the plunge and make a purchase he never wanted.
Sage Massey falls head over tail for Craig while helping out another ocelot. The sparks fly between the two until they are ready to take the next step forward. But roadblocks have a way of creating trouble. While trying to help others—human and shifter—Sage and Craig are forced to confess the secrets they’ve been keeping. Craig has to decide if blemishing his pristine reputation for one shifter is worth what’s coming down. Sage now has to step up and remove the veil that has been hiding who he truly is since his parents’ murder.
Sage and Craig find out that love doesn’t solve everything, and being from two different worlds, when one is a slave, means a high price for them to be together… But what will it cost them?

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