Saving Choice

by Susi Hawke

Find your mate and choose your fate.

A lonely, bullied Fae, Tyler is on the verge of death when an unexpected portal opens up and ushers him into the human realm. He awakens to a beautiful wolf shifter who seems to be the source of a new... heartsong. Could this strange heartsong indicate his true mate?

No majicks or tricks, nor cheat or spell… conceal you’re Fae and hide it well.

Blake is a museum curator who’s a little too curious for his own good. When he stumbles upon something he was never meant to see, everything changes.

The powers that be can’t send Tyler back to certain death in his own world with his Fae bullies, so they send Tyler home with Blake for one lunar cycle before the pair is forced to make a hard choice. In the meantime there's only one rule. They're forbidden to reveal Tyler's true identity as Fae. In exchange for keeping the secret, Tyler is given the opportunity to choose a spirit animal.

And that's where the fun begins

This is the second book in the Choose Your Fate series. This 44k mpreg novel contains a lot of magic, fluffy feels, and more than one familiar face. This book can be enjoyed on its own, but is best read as part of the series. Settle in and get ready to laugh and catch a case of feels from Susi Hawke.

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About the Author

I’m a happily married mom of one snarky teenage boy, and three grown “kids of my heart.” As a reader and big romance fan myself, I love sharing the stories of the different people who live in my imagination. My stories are filled with humor, a few tears, and the underlying message to not give up hope, even in the darkest of times, because life can change on a dime when you least expect it. This theme comes from a lifetime of lessons learned on my own hard journey through the pains of poverty, the loss of more loved ones than I’d care to count, and the struggles of living through chronic illnesses. Life can be hard, but it can also be good! Through it all I’ve found that love, laughter, and family can make all the difference, and that’s what I try to bring to every tale I tell.

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