Mating Mal (Copper Creek Pack #5)

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An emergency phone call in the middle of the night.
A shifter in need of an enforcer escort to pack land.
Mal’s only thought follow orders and protect his charges at all costs.

His sister and brother-in-law brutally murdered.
His nephew Leo orphaned and hunted.
Nick’s only thought follow the plan and protect Leo at all costs.

Over the past couple of years, Copper Creek Pack Enforcer Malcolm Creed has watched his cousins and brothers find their mates. Sure he’s happy for them, but their mated bliss only exacerbates Mal’s loneliness. He’d do anything to avoid his depressing existence, even mount a midnight rescue mission to Louisiana.

Nicholas Speer always dreamed of having a mate, but never thought it possible. Growing up, his former alpha didn’t allow same sex matings. Plus, hiding out in the middle of Nowhere USA isn’t exactly conducive to meeting one’s soulmate.

Mal and Nick’s lives couldn’t have been more different, but their souls were always fated to be bound forever. And The Fates will not be denied. When Nick’s ruthless uncle refuses to give up his relentless pursuit, their only choice is to take a stand and protect their family.

Note: Although the rest of Mal's Copper Creek family make an appearance, Mating Mal can be read as a standalone or as part of the series. This book contains sexually explicit material and is intended for readers over 18. In case it wasn’t clear by the description this is a MM romance.

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