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Gabe Randall’s whole life fell apart, then he met the mate who was destined to put him back together.

Gabe Randall was at the peak of his college football game when bureaucrats stole his future. Shifters were no longer allowed to compete in human sporting events, so his only hope was a new football league just for them. Just as he’s getting ready to join a new team in this league, his whole world comes crashing down when tragedy strikes his family. Without hope or direction, he turns to alcohol. He finds comfort in the arms of a woman who he felt a real connection to, but he left before he could drag her down.

Carolyn knew how these one night stands worked, but it still hurt when Gabe walked out of her life. Just as she was about to get things back on track, she finds out she’s pregnant. Will she ever even see Gabe again, and can she even be sure that he is the father to her unborn child?

Fate isn’t done with these two….

This full-length bear shifter paranormal romance novel has all the action, steam, and true love that only a Fated Mates story can deliver!

2 reviews for Gabriel

  1. M Phelps

    Wow, that kept me on edge until the end. I really enjoyed this series. Most shifter books has the shifters not known to the rest of the world but this one was centered around them knowing of them which was a different take on it. I enjoyed it alot. Things turned out the way they were supposed to and I look forward to reading more as the series continues. Meghan Kelly did a great job.

  2. Coolestmommy R

    I loved the premise of the book that shifters were among us all the time, but eventually were outed by the media. The sad part was the segregation and discrimination that happens to the shifter characters (especially in light of present civil unrest). But the story was a terrific one. I loved the storyline and how Ms Fanning helped the story flow easily from point to point. I didn’t get the choppy feel that I sometimes do with shifter stories. The storyline was solid and engaging. I couldn’t stop listening.

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