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Where We Are (Saint Lakes 4)

Saint Lakes

by April Kelley

Forrest Somerset’s mate is turning out to be a lot of work. First, Angel Emery rejects him, and then he wakes Forrest up in the middle of the night just to say he’s going to the vampire council to turn himself in. Angel might have done some bad things in his past that he’ll need to make amends for but Forrest isn’t about the let Angel go alone. Angel needs a savior and Forrest is taking over the job whether his mate likes it or not. Angel might think he can dictate Forrest’s life, but he doesn’t realize just how creative Forrest can be when angry. Just as soon as Forrest catches up with Angel, he’s going to find out.

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Forrest lay down on the cement floor of a small shed. Luckily for Forrest, the shed had seen better days because a piece of the wooden siding had a break in it, which left a small hole for Forrest to see out.

Angel looked around as if he were carefully observing his surroundings. He narrowed his eyes, looking pissed off.

He also looked like that best thing Forrest had ever seen.

"Little cat," Angel whispered, and if it weren't for Forrest's excellent hearing ability, he wouldn't have heard him. "I'd recognize your scent anywhere."


Angel blinked, and his eyes changed from brown to blue, just as they did every other time they were together. He looked like that of his namesake if such things existed. An angel warrior sent down to avenge from heaven. His mate looked formidable and sexy all at the same time.

Forrest shuffled around, shaking his butt when an overwhelming urge to pounce took over his body.  And then Angel whispered, "I am not happy you followed me, Forrest Somerset. Not happy at all."

Forrest settled again and put his head on his paws.

"Come out from wherever you're hiding, baby. I need to see for myself that you're okay."


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: