Strands of Gold
Rebel Moon Shifters, Book 1
The exciting next generation series
He’s a gifted Gargoyle. A physician. A world-renowned artist.
Before he even knew what Gargoyles were, six-year-old half-blood Connor Di Pietro met his mate – a blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl with a love for lizards. At the same time, Connor had his first premonition. His visions were the first of many gifts the gods would bestow upon him, but none were helpful in finding his mate. Connor has spent the last twenty-eight years filling his time becoming a doctor, a scientist, and one of the world’s most sought-after artists, while the computer experts in his Clan searched for the one who should be his world. When a premonition takes Connor to Charleston, South Carolina, he enlists the help of his private eye cousin, praying they can stop events before the vision becomes reality.
She’s a biologist. Heiress to an oil dynasty. Scared of her own shadow.
Alyssa Branson is a biologist working in her father's laboratory. She’s smart yet quirky, dancing to the beat of a heavy metal drum. Her life hasn’t been an easy one, and she spends most of her time at the lab or in the sanctuary of her home. A true romantic, she's waiting for the day the little boy she met in Greece when she was five rides back into her life in true fairy tale fashion. A brief glance across a crowded sidewalk has Alyssa abandoning the rules she set in place to keep her safe, and the handsome stranger turns out to be her Connor. Little does she know that he has more than one secret.
Alyssa’s latest project is related to Connor’s vision of three dead shifters, but she’s bound by a contract to keep the project under wraps. When a local wolf pack sets their sights on her, Alyssa must put her trust in the man who claims she is his fated mate. If that’s not fairy tale material, Alyssa will eat her beloved gecko.
The next generation is here. The kids from The Stone Society and The Hounds of Zeus MC series have grown up, and it’s their turn to protect humans while keeping their own existence hidden. And if they find their mates along the way? Even better. It isn’t necessary to have read the two original series, but you will find more of the characters’ back-stories there.