Eli Harrison-Danfort is a young Alpha male and is an incredibly dominant werewolf. He is the strongest wolf in his pack and like any other Alpha, he knows it. Eli has not met his mate (a werewolf's soul mate) yet, he has mixed feelings about it but he knows one thing for certain and that's the fact that he would be in charge of the relationship when he does meet his mate. After all, he is an Alpha. Eli's on a holiday trip when he does meet his mate, and he isn't as submissive as Eli thought, not even close seeing as Karabo is the Alpha of his own pack. There is no way it could work, they're too strong to be together, too dominant, too stubborn to put their pride aside and they both know it. Mates always work out... but mates are never leaders from two different packs on different continents and any Alpha knows their pack is more important than love is. Third book of the Learning To Love Him series.
Of course, Hayley was right, I had found my mate. An Amarelo type werewolf, the only problem was ‘she’ was a fucking 'he'. I didn't understand why, I wasn't gay and now, even the thought sickened me. According to Kaden, Jayden (my 'mate') was gay and I hated him for it. This was obviously his fault. I never wanted to see that fag again in my life. I hated him so much and yet I had never once spoken to him. We both knew when we first saw each other, and I left immediately. Why did I have to be mated to a fucking guy? I haven’t been to Inferno – the pack he belongs to – since that day. ***** Corey Harrison had has always been a powerful young werewolf, being the future Beta of one of the strongest packs of werewolves in the world. Another thing Corey has always been is straight. So what happens when he finally finds his mate... who happens to be male?
Corey and Jayden have been together for years and are doing incredibly well; they've accepted each other, have a loving little family and have never been happier. Things could not be more perfect and Corey's only problem seems to be the amount of work it takes being a Beta. But Jayden has never been one to believe in perfect moments and happy endings, and keeps thinking that with everything going so well, something has to go wrong soon, and it seems that his beliefs might be right when the pack suddenly begins to get some threatening letters and Corey runs into a friend that could cause some trouble between him and Jayden because sometimes love isn't enough. Second book of Learning To Love Him Series.