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Human Instinct


by April Kelley

Human Instincts - April Kelley - Roguefalls
Part of the Roguefalls series:
ISBN: 978-1-4874-1239-5
Pages: 99

If opposites attract, nothing is more opposite than a tough human soldier and an omega wolf shifter cook.

A human soldier and an omega wolf shifter find out they’re mates in a world where segregation between humans and paranormals is standard operating procedure.

Dylan Kole knows how to do one thing, and that’s to be a soldier in the human army. He doesn’t know how to fit in with a bunch of paranormal beings, and he certainly doesn’t know how to be a mate to Rudy Malone, the only omega wolf shifter on Roguefalls Island. One thing Dylan does have going for him is his ability to follow his instincts.

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The Rogue mess hall also had the most beautiful man working behind the counter serving up food, which was also another positive for the day. The man had a net over his dark hair, and he wore an over-sized white coat. Despite his attire, he was still the sexiest person Dylan had ever seen. He smiled at them as he crossed the room, dimples flashing in his cheeks.

Dylan didn’t even know he’d taken a step in the pretty man’s direction until the man’s eyebrows drew together in curiosity and he stopped halfway across the hall, looking at Dylan with apprehension, as if he thought Dylan would hurt him. Hurting the sexy man was the last thing Dylan wanted to do.

Dylan took a step back and clasped his hands behind his back, trying to look as non-threatening as possible.


It seemed to do the trick, because the pretty man walked toward them once again. About halfway there, the man’s eyes changed and glowed. His teeth grew in his mouth, and Dylan realized all at once that the man wasn’t a man at all but some type of paranormal being.

You’re on an Island full of paranormals, dumb ass.

Getting used to his environment wasn’t going to be easy.

Dylan watched as the creature he was so attracted to looked at him with an intensity Dylan had never experienced in his life.

The creature looked away to bow his head for the Alpha and waited. When the Alpha touched the back of the creature’s neck, Dylan had an overwhelming urge to tell the Alpha to get his hands off. Jealousy was a weird emotion to feel for someone he hadn’t even met yet.

The creature bounced around on the balls of his feet as if he couldn't stand still. He reminded Dylan of an eager puppy. “You have something to tell me, Rudy.” The Alpha smiled when he spoke, and it was that gentle one he had given Dylan and Christian, which put Dylan at ease again for some reason.

Rudy leaned into the Alpha and whispered in his ear. Dylan couldn’t hear what he’d said, but the Alpha looked right at him. And then the little creature walked right over to him. “My name is Rudy. I’m a wolf shifter.”

Dylan's instinct was to draw Rudy to him, but he fought against it when he saw the rectangular shaped pupil. “Yeah, I know. The Alpha said your name. I’m Dylan.”


About the Author

April Kelley is an author of LGBT Romance. Her works include The Journey of Jimini Renn, which was a Rainbow Awards finalist, Whispers of Home, the Saint Lakes series, and over thirty more. She is a main contributor for Once & Books. If you'd like to become a patron sign up here: