Christine Young

I am a writer and avid reader of romances particularly historical romances. Please join me on my journey through time

Christine Presents ~ The Purrfect Predicament by Angela Castle

The Purrfect Predicament

Title: The Purrfect Predicament

Series: Australian Shifters book 3

Author: Angel Castle

Email: jazzgenie@hotmail.com

Genre: Erotic Romance

Excerpt Heat Level: 1

Book Heat Level: 5

 

Buy at: www.roguephoenixpress.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble

 

Shifter twins, Andy and Hamish, are shocked to discover they have to share a mate. A bigger shock is in store for them when they finally track down their mate. But things are not as they first appear.

Juniper is in hiding form a vicious hit man by taking on a male identity. Opening her back door she discovers a huge, brown panther. But letting the clearly tame, big cat in, leads her to be kidnapped by two sexy brothers.

Juniper learns there is more to the brothers than meets the eye, but can she take the risk of placing her life and heart in their hands, or will her past hunt them down and destroy them all?

 

 

EXCERPT

 

This is not good, not good at all! Andy Brown paced outside of the café by the north docklands of Sydney Harbor. The cooling autumn breeze coming off the bay felt refreshing. Not that he took any notice—utter panic clenched his chest.

Every shifter gets one chance at a true mate in a life time, considering his kind lived three to four hundred years; it was a hell of a long time to wait. So many shifters went through their entire lives without ever finding their special someone.

He and his twin brother Hamish had just hit their eighties; not even into their first century, and now this.

Andy turned, staring at the café door. Nestled within, eating hot chips and sauce, sat his true mate. His Panther roared to life at the scent of the man he’d bumped into as they’d passed.

It had to be a mistake, the fates had it wrong.

“It can’t be a guy…I’m not gay!” Oh Goddess what to do? The food he just purchased, he tossed on a table and fished out the mobile phone from his jeans pocket, jabbing the speed dial button for his brother’s number.

Hamish answered on the second ring. “What? I wanted iced coffee, no low fat crap.”

“I’ve found my mate! What am I gonna do!?”

“First, calm down, and next, go get her dimwit.”

“No…I can’t…I can’t!”

“Andy calm down, why can’t you? If it’s your true mate, you have to.”

“No, there’s a mistake, m…my mate’s not what it seems.” Damn, he couldn’t even bring himself to tell his own brother. They shared everything; they didn’t keep any secrets between them.

“I’m just signing for the shipment now; I’ll be there in a moment. Keep an eye on her and don’t lose track.”

The line went dead.

Their cousin, and Alpha of Black Town, River Black, had sent them down to pick up a shipment of diamond-head cutters for their Earth moving company.

He paced again; his Panther was agitated not caring about the gender of his ‘mate.’ His cat was far more interested in getting to him and mating.

It made his stomach roll, damn. I’m not gay, I’m not. I love women! Where the heck is Hamish?

The urge to go back into the café and take another peek at his mate, rode him hard. Maybe his eyes were just playing tricks on him? His hand settled on the door of the café, ready to push it open, but stopped at the sound of Hamish’s blue Ute.

Andy turned to watch his brother’s car roll to a stop outside the curb of the dock. Hamish climbed out, but his calm collected swagger as he strode forward didn’t help matters. Hamish’s brown eyes regarded Andy, no doubt amused at his flustered state.

“So where is she?”

Andy growled low and threatening. “He is in there.” There! It was out. He’d told his brother.

Hamish’s left eye brow quirked up in surprise. “He?”

“You’re not deaf, my mate is a he! This is so screwed, I’m so screwed!”

“Hummm…” Hamish rubbed his chin. “Just take some deep breaths or something. Let me check this out, which one, is uh, it?”

“He’s wearing a black baseball cap and blue patterned shirt and has a scent like orange lilies.”

Hamish shook his head and walked into the café.

 

 

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