Innocent young women shouldn’t get in the way of big bad Alphas. They need to learn their places and the Alphas in this Rough Submission four-book-bundle are more than ready to show them exactly where they belong.
Here, you will find:
Helpless to Resist
When Jane accidentally insults an incredibly powerful Alpha Werewolf during her Guardian's dinner party, she knows she's going to be in huge trouble. It's not her fault she's feeling so agitated. She's a rabbit-shifter in a room full of powerful Alpha Werewolves who keep glancing her way like she's good enough to eat and they're just trying to figure out the best part of her to dig into first.
Natalie works in an escape room, but the endgame is not to escape, it's to get to her— to save her. She's the damsel in distress, the innocent, beautiful human princess eagerly awaiting her rescuer. She tugs the shackles on her wrists and ankles, pulling at it fearfully as the men— the Werewolf Alphas, step into the room with her. She was warned about this— was prepared for them to be powerful— strong— huge— but she isn't ready for what they have in mind for her.
Ganged by the Groomsmen
Eighteen-year old Sallie's life is about to be turned upside down. Inhibitions are shed when she finds herself in the presence of the Alpha Werewolf she promised to bed. Dominic likes things hard and fast and he is not about to hold back just because of her inexperience or their difference in size.
Claimed in Public
When Alpha Liam hunts down the intruder in his territory, the last thing he expects is for the man to tell him that the government sent him and he is given an offer that no sane man would refuse: A strong Shifter mate. He isn't prepared for the beautiful creature who smells like desire and desperation, just begging to be claimed, nor is he ready for both of them to lose control completely out in the open space.
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She watches as he starts to make for the exit, uncertain of what best to do. She's always thought she had her mother's inheritance to fall back on, but what if he's right. What if Daddy had already spent it all? The most horrible thing about everything he's saying is how much truth there is in them. She isn't very smart. She's always used her mother's sickness as an excuse for her delay in graduating high school, but she knows that's not the whole reason.
She's never been particularly book smart and she's never even very street smart. She's been sheltered her entire life and she continues being sheltered, even now.
He reaches for the doorknob and her heart jumps to her throat.
“Wait,” she gasps, feeling forlorn. When he doesn't react, she scrambles to her feet and grasps him by his arm, saying louder, “Please,” she whimpers. “Tell me— tell me what I need to do.”
“Good girl,” he grins, teeth glinting in the light, more wolf than man. “My name is Rueben. But I'd rather liked what you called John. I'd like you to call me the same too,” he says calmly, like he's asking for the time. “Can you do that for me, darling?”
“Da— Daddy?” she squeaks, unsure if she's heard him right the first time.
“Good girl,” he says, pleased. “Come in the bedroom, kitten. You'll catch a cold here.” He doesn't wait for her to respond, picking her up by bending down and curling his arms around her thighs. When he stands, he hoists her over his shoulder and she kicks out instinctively in panic, but her feet doesn't hit anything because he's grabbing her thighs too tightly.
He smacks her behind.
“Be good, darling. I'd hate to drop you,” he says and she stops struggling because he sounds excited by the possibility of dropping her.