Similar authors to follow
Manage your follows
Customers Also Bought Items By
Titles By Kelsey Gamble
The rejection was only the beginning.
I'm fine being the pack wallflower until my fated mate rejects me, sending me off to lick my wounds with my sister’s pack. I build a comfortable life with the new pack, content to settle where I am as I ward off suitors whose interest isn’t entirely noble.
Until my presence puts the pack in danger.
My only choice is to run, but I don't count on an overzealous shifter forcing me onto the pack land of Alpha Dominic himself. It’s been three years since he rejected me, but my wolf seems to think it never happened at all.
Now, I’m desperate to run again, even if it means accepting life as a rogue. But Dominic has other ideas, and he’s happy to keep me in his pack house against my will until I’m ready to comply.
When my family’s forgotten legacy is recovered—bringing a rush of power I didn’t know I had—I have to decide if it’s easier working with the Alpha or against him.
After all, the fates don’t take kindly to being ignored.
And Dominic and I?
True North is the first full-length novel in the The Northern Shifter Legacies series that will continue with Tasha’s story in Due North and Tevin’s story in New North. This series ends in a HEA for all three couples.
Power is only transferred, never lost.
For the first time in shifter history, our community is plagued by internal conflict. Packs are turning on each other. Rogues are under the control of an unknown force. And a power vacuum has left all of us with no clear path to peace.
I already lost my mate to the chaos, but there’s no time to grieve.
As my sister comes to terms with her place in our family’s legacy, I’m ripped away to a secret community that intends to transfer ultimate power to me.
It’s not the life I envisioned, and training for the role means facing dangers I’m not prepared for. It also brings me face-to-face with Paxton Glass.
I don’t want a second chance, especially not with someone like the enigmatic fighter who doesn’t know how to take no for an answer.
But the fates always have their say.
Due North is the second full-length novel in The Northern Shifter Legacies series and is best read after book one, True North. The story concludes with Tevin’s story in book three. This series ends in a HEA for all three couples.
Bonded from birth and marked with a curse…
Our bond was inevitable no matter who tried to keep us apart.
The only way to save my family now is to work with my mate, the one person I’m meant to avoid at all costs. We’re volatile and unpredictable, but we’re stronger together than apart.
I don’t know that I can trust her, but it seems I have no other choice.
This war is bigger than the Jarreau name. As humans close in on our territories, it’s time our family accepts that no wolf fights alone.
Never underestimate your allies.
New North is the third full-length novel in The Northern Shifter Legacies series and is best read after True North (Tess’ Story) and Due North (Tasha’s Story). This final installment concludes with a HEA for all three couples.
“Cupid is the hand of fate.”
Cupid’s Pack has always served one purpose: Protect the purity of mate bonds.
But when my own fated mate turns out to be an unbearable prick, I tarnish my mother’s perfect record. As the Luna of Cupid’s Pack, she’s never allowed one of our own to live unmated… And she has no intention of making an exception for me.
When I choose to reject my mate, I seal my fate as an outcast.
I have no business being part of a pack known for love bonds when I don’t understand what love really is. I pack up the precious stone my father gave me for my eighteenth birthday and go rogue, determined to find answers for myself.
My Heart Stone leads me far from home, and it brings something unexpected. Mate bonds. Five distinct bonds that defy the rules shifters have always lived by. All five of my new mates are ready to mark our bonds, but nothing prepared me to make a choice like this.
What if our fates aren’t sealed after all?
Cupid's Pack is a rejected mate romance with a heroine who gets to move on with new mates. This book ends on a cliffhanger and is recommended for readers 18+.
They call them The Lost.
I’ve spent years searching for my lost siblings before a tip leads me to Acadia National Park in Maine. Somewhere in the park’s wilderness, The Lost go to live. They’re wolves with nowhere else to go, separated from shifter civilization.
My siblings don’t belong with them.
The Lost are a makeshift pack of criminals and outcasts, and the only way to infiltrate their group and safely bring my siblings home is to become one of them.
I might have powerful allies at home, but where The Lost live, their chosen Alpha has all the power. And when Felix Slaughter announces our mate bond to their pack, I realize my siblings might not be the only members of the Glass family who will never be found again.
When poachers threaten the very existence of the pack, I have to decide once and for all what I’m willing to give up to save The Lost I love.
Glass is a standalone shifter romance featuring crossover characters from The Northern Shifter Legacies series.