House of Stars
Born a shape shifter, Shaka Reed has spent most of her life hiding who she is, but now all of that is changing.
Her best friend Rena finally knows her long kept secret, and her charming boyfriend Adrian accepts her just as she is.
But nothing lasts forever.
When her love life encounters new challenges, she runs to the remote mountains of Yellowstone to find solace. Here she unexpectedly discovers something she never dreamed possible: a commune of wolf shifters just like herself living and hunting together. She is taken in by them at once and becomes an eager observer to their ways. The mysteriously reluctant alpha, Orion, sees something special in her and urges her to take a place among their pack, but the pack has issues of its own. Between the way they detest ordinary people and the inherent violence of some of the members, Shaka grows homesick for the quiet beauty of northern Minnesota and the calm presence of her grandfather.
But she soon finds that some of the pack members don’t trust her with their secret.
In this sequel to the paranormal thriller Hearts of Prey, Shaka finds herself coming up against a group she never would have imagined: her own kind.
Hearts of Prey
Shaka Reed is an outsider, not only because she struggles to relate to her peers, but because she has a secret ability that sets her apart: she is a shape shifter. In the deep woods of her Northern Minnesota home, never does she feel more herself than when she is running through the forest on animal feet.
Her secret is known only to her grandfather, not her life long and magnanimous friend Rena, or the charming new stranger who keeps turning up in her path.
But despite her discretion, her secret is out and the wrong people know.
Now a pharmaceutical scientist has made it his life's work to give this supernatural ability to those born without it, but at a horrible cost to Shaka and those like her. Now she has no choice but to embrace her true nature if she is going to stop him from turning her people into test subjects.