Not everything in life turns out how you expect it to. Sheriff’s Deputy Gage has always felt as if he didn’t quite belong where he was in life. After he lost his parents several years ago, he felt completely alone and often didn’t involve himself with the rest of his den beyond what was absolutely needed. He did what he could to try to fit in, but it never seemed to work, and he constantly messed things up.
Linus fled the only home he ever knew and traveled thousands of miles with his parents trying to escape the evil clutches of Alpha Hank, who was out to end all male omegas. On what should have been the worse day of Linus’ life, he scents something truly wonderful. His mate. Only Gage has been seriously injured in the confrontation with Hank. Would fate be so cruel to give Linus his mate, only to immediately take him away?
When everyone thinks Linus is too young and distraught to mate, Gage reluctantly agrees that he’s not what Linus needs just then, even if his mate is going into heat after having spent a night in bed with him. Things go haywire and consequences are unlike any the den has experienced before. Through it all, Gage and Linus discover each other, and that they are a stronger couple than either of them could have ever imagined. They’ll have to be to get through what fate has thrown at them.
Gage’s Serenity is book five in the Honey Creek Den Series. Each book contains a fated mate pair, Mpreg, lots of knotting during growly sexy times, and babies. Did I mention babies and pregnant omegas? So many pregnant omegas! These alphas will do anything for their mates, just read and see. The Honey Creek Den Series is meant to be read in order, and these books aren’t necessarily considered standalones, even though each book focuses on a different couple. This book is intended for adults only as these shifters tend to get growly and don’t watch their language.