Colton’s Mate
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Colton’s Mate by Anastasia Wilde

07/05/2021

They both know exactly what they want out of life—and it’s not each other.
But fate has other plans…


Callie Haugan just declared her own personal Independence Day. Years of overprotective, controlling men running her life ended in her abusive ex torching her livelihood and almost killing her in the process.

Now she has a shotgun, a bottomless pitcher of margaritas, and her ex’s biker leathers on a scarecrow pole in her front yard as a warning to the rest of his gang of shifter crows: she’s mad as hell and not gonna take it anymore. The new Callie is planning to rebuild her bar, get wild with bad boys, and leave a trail of broken hearts in her wake.

Colton McCall thinks he’s just the kind of bad boy to help Callie celebrate her new independence. He and his twin brother Remy love parties, brawls, drinks with a kick, and wild girls looking for fun—no strings attached. The trouble is, when it comes to Callie, Colt’s leopard has other ideas.

And so does his heart.

Now he just has to find a way to convince Callie that being bad can be so, so good—especially when it’s with one of the baddest boys in the Wild Blood Crew…forever…

The Wild Blood Shifters are back, in this second book of the exciting spinoff of Anastasia's wildly popular Bad Blood Shifters! Grab Colton's Mate today, and fall in love with a new generation of wild, romantic, sexy shifters!

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