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The Beta’s Second Chance

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🔥🔥Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N85J4DY 🔥🔥

🧛‍♂️Venetian Hills 3rd Installment🧛‍♂️
(Warning: Contains sexual content, and explicit language. Not recommended for those under the age of 18.)

🐺🌔The Blurb🌖🦇

(This series is tied directly into the Asphalt Bay books. It is recommended that you read the Asphalt Bay books and the other two Venetian Hills books before reading this one as this story takes place in the timeline of Asphalt Bay Book Six.)

Negan Verona is a wolf shifter and the beta of the Venetian Hills Pack. He’s been Joel McCray’s second in command since before the alpha moved his pack to Venetian Hills. While Negan loves the pack and doing his job to aid in the rescue of captive shifters, something is missing. Something important. Something Negan will never have again. Or so he thinks. After an incident in a lab has Negan taking a step back from the front lines and focusing more on the planning side of things, Joel’s mate calls in reinforcements.

Leland Voss is a vampire who works as an enforcer for the council. When he hears of the threat his home coven is facing from Master Alistair, he jumps at the chance to go home and see if he can lend a hand. He doesn’t expect to be thrust into the middle of the fight as soon as he arrives, but he welcomes it because one thing is obvious about Leland, he loves the thrill of a good fight. What he doesn’t expect when he returns home, is to find his beloved in the form of a beautiful wolf with haunted eyes.

Negan is thrilled he’s getting a second chance to have a fated mate of his own and is determined not to let anything get in the way of his claiming. But, sometimes, life just gets in the way, or in this case, war. Still reeling from his last incident, Negan is hesitant about setting foot inside of a lab again, but with his mate putting his life on the line, Negan will do just about anything to keep from losing Leland. Even if it means facing his fears.

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