Chosen Series by J.D. Light

4.10 · 111 ratings
  • Sweet Sutton (Chosen #3)
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    Sweet Sutton (Chosen #3)

    J.D. Light

    · 9 ratings · published 2018

    Sutton Hilliard I've been watching my sexy neighbor lounge around his back yard in the nude for like three months now. Like a creepy weirdo, I do it with all the lights in my house off, so he won't know I'm there. When I think he is being attacked by wild animals, I run out to save him, shotgun in hand. And that is how I find out about shifters, mates and chosen. I can have babies?! WTF? Also, my gorgeous neighbor thinks I'm his mate... more

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  • Call Me Baby (Chosen #4)
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    Call Me Baby (Chosen #4)

    J.D. Light

    · 8 ratings · published 2018

    Foster Bryant I've been pretty sure Burke was my was my mate from the first time I saw him on the screen he and his brother were using to talk to each other from two different places. But as long as my leopard doesn't smell him, I can give us both the time we need to get our lives together. The key is not meeting him physically, until the time is right... more

  • Hot Stuff (Chosen #6)
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    Hot Stuff (Chosen #6)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2018

    Davis Sanders I'm a bit on the chubby side, and I tend to somehow walk around with at least one foot hanging out of my mouth at all times. It's amazing how spectacularly I can vomit out a run-on sentence with every phrase being more offensive than the last. When my father sends me to Purdy, Nebraska to talk my favorite author into signing on with his publishing company, I know he doesn't know what kind of author the man is, and that the whole venture is a lost cause... more

  • Blondie’s 1998 with a Goat (Chosen #7)
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    Blondie’s 1998 with a Goat (Chosen #7)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2018

    Marlow Jeffers I'm a former child star, whose own mother and father treated like a meal ticket. When burn out, and my mother's hateful words to my twin brother drove me away from the life of fortune and semi-fame, the only logical solution is to buy a food truck so my brother can follow his passion, and move to Purdy, Nebraska. I'm used to having a few creepers staring too long and even following me around. I didn't get as far as I did in my professional life because I'm unattractive... more

  • Precious Boy (Chosen #8)
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    Precious Boy (Chosen #8)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2018

    Bentley Jeffers My life has been a series of ups and downs. Downside: I lost my right arm just below he elbow when I was six years old due to a car accident. Upside: It made my usefulness to my parents nonexistent and therefore they didn't treat me the way they treated my twin brother. Downside: Not many people in the circle my family spent all its time in wanted to be friends with someone like me... more

  • Stealing the Cowboy's Hat (Chosen #18)
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    Stealing the Cowboy's Hat (Chosen #18)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    Hollyster RomanArguing with Cowen over video chats it one of my absolute favorite things to do. And though we've never met, I've found that calling him to yell at him about the way he treats my people is the highlight of my week. But the man really does need a partner, and his boss insists it's someone from my department, so after several failed attempts at placing another agent with him, I take on the daunting task myself... more

  • My Hero, Lincoln (Chosen #19)
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    My Hero, Lincoln (Chosen #19)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    Crawford Russell Lincoln Reed saved my life one night nearly five years ago when my drunken father almost killed me. I left town that night with my little sister and didn't come back until my father died two years later, and by that time, Lincoln was going to college out of state. I haven't seen him in person since that night, but we've kept in touch via text, call and video chat almost since I've been back to Crossville TN and falling more and more in love with him each day... more

  • This Grown Up You Speak Of (Chosen #20)
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    This Grown Up You Speak Of (Chosen #20)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    Beckett Anders At eighteen, I've already experienced far too much and lived a life that most would be terrified of. Needless to say, I don't feel like an eighteen year old kid. Too bad a kid is exactly how Grayson Meadows sees me. Call it a hero worship, call it youthful naivety, but I have a massive crush on one of the men who rescued me from the bunker where my best friend and I had spent weeks being held against our will... more

  • Not That Kind of Private Investigator (Chosen #21)
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    Not That Kind of Private Investigator (Chosen #21)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    Turner Burks I've pretty much always given up what I want for the happiness of others. It seems to be a pattern with me. It's why nobody even thought to ask anyone else when things started going nuts with my alpha and he suddenly needed a babysitter. "Of course, Turner will drop everything, including his education to come to the rescue of the streak... more

  • Getting Over the Bully-Sh*t (Chosen #22)
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    Getting Over the Bully-Sh*t (Chosen #22)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    Warren Williams In high school, I was bullied. I know, bullies are a dime a dozen and most of the behaviors of young, dumb children can be forgiven and even forgotten. But there is one bully I'll never forget. His name was Asher Douglas and I had the most ridiculous crush on him… until the day he and his friends tricked me into thinking he liked me and then dumped actual feces on my head and filmed the whole thing. It was my biggest humiliation, and not just because of the crap... more

  • Nights with Roarsen (Chosen #22.5)
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    Nights with Roarsen (Chosen #22.5)

    J.D. Light

    · 4 ratings · published 2019

    Enid Daniels I tell all my deepest secrets to a tiger shifter I have never seen in human form, who I've named Roarsen. Somehow, though he never speaks, for obvious reasons, he has the ability to make me laugh and feel comfortable, even with telling him the hard truths about my life. I spend every night for months sitting on that back porch, snuggling my tiger friend and talking for hours... more

  • Dance in the Rain (Chosen #23)
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    Dance in the Rain (Chosen #23)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    This will be Meyer and Braden's story!

  • No Passing Zone (Chosen #24)
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    No Passing Zone (Chosen #24)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    Malik Newton I was fairly severely burned when I was young. Before anyone gets too emotional about it, it was an accident. My sister and I were being dumb and accidentally caught me on fire. For the most part, I've gotten used to people staring at my burn scars. It's not really something I can hide and though most people try to hide their reaction, I get human nature grabs the eyes and holds on tight when something is different. Usually, I just ignore it... more

  • Going Down on the River (Chosen #25)
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    Going Down on the River (Chosen #25)

    J.D. Light

    · 4 ratings · published 2019

    It’s not easy, to recover when you tell a man he’s your mate, and he laughs in your face. Walking away and giving yourself time to heal would be ideal. Unfortunately, my mate needs my help, so enduring the pain and just being his friend will have to do. Or will it?And river told me I was his mate, I laughed... more

  • Calling in a Recker (Chosen #26)
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    Calling in a Recker (Chosen #26)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    When Kennedy, the gorgeous actor Recker has been obsessed with for several months gets into a tussle on the news, his chosen mark is exposed to the world. Only a few will understand what the mark means, but those few could be dangerous. Recker gets hired on as Kennedy's new bodyguard, replacing the idiots who nearly got him injured in the first place, and confirms what he'd been starting to believe... Kennedy is his mate... more

  • Creatures of Habit (Chosen #27)
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    Creatures of Habit (Chosen #27)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    Watching his across the street neighbor as he goes about his life has been one fo Boyce's favorite pass-times for several months. There is just something about the man that draws his attention even before he meets the man. Imaging how surprised he is when the object of this small obsession asks him for help. Not only does he jump in feet first, so does his dog... more

  • Not That Angelic (Chosen #28)
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    Not That Angelic (Chosen #28)

    J.D. Light

    · 6 ratings · published 2019

    West is a pest and Gabriel is cold and uncaring. Gabriel doesn't think West can give him what he wants in life, and West doesn't think someone as standoffish as Gabriel could ever want the things that he wants. It's funny what a little communication can do.

  • Playing with Jax (Chosen #29)
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    Playing with Jax (Chosen #29)

    J.D. Light

    · 4 ratings · published 2019

    Listen, I like a gorgeous man as much as the next guy, and Jax is definitely that, but he's not here to do all the things to me I secretly fantasize about when I get a chance to sneak off. He's here to babysit me. And he's relentless and kind of an a**hole. I can't even sneak off to secretly fantasize in peace, and I need to fantasize. I need to fantasize before I explode in a ball of fantasy juice build up.

  • Son of A (Chosen #30)
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    Son of A (Chosen #30)

    J.D. Light

    · 4 ratings · published 2019

    Dylan is determined to never be his father and does his best to live a life that is far removed from the life that man lived, but sometimes no matter how far he runs, he can't get away from his father's sins, and one of the biggest reminders comes in the form of a scarred and vengeful man named Renn, who intrigues Dylan as much as he scares him.

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