Predator & Prey

Predator & Prey

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🍬Stephanie🍬 By CrazyCupcakes01 Completed

.:Book 1 In "The Hunt For Love" Series:.

In a town full of mostly predator shifters, Liam Nelson has every right to be cautious of everything and everyone around him. Being a sheep shifter basically puts him at the bottom of the food chain. Add in his S.A.D and you get a Liam that is just too reserved for his own good.
  
  Blake Harvey, along with the rest of his family, was tired of rejecting every lioness that came his way. He was trying to find the lioness just right for him - a girl he could spend the rest of his life with. Unfortunately, he found a flaw in every possible contender. She was too tall. She was too dumb. She was not his type.
  
  One is too shy and the other is too picky. So how in the world did they manage to be perfect for each other; considering the fact that they are on separate ends of the shifter spectrum.

***Cover by SuperSonicPaGer***

  • anxiety
  • bdsm
  • blake
  • disorder
  • domination
  • enemies
  • family
  • friends
  • homeschool
  • lamb
  • liam
  • liamxblake
  • lion
  • love
  • manxboy
  • predator
  • prey
  • pride
  • shifters
  • submission
Maku-Tan Maku-Tan Jun 08
Alright, my 48 year old dad is 5'4 like wtf everyone in my family is short. I'm 5'0 and I feel like i've reached the end of the line. I haven't grown in a few years.
I've watched the Twilight series before but because of my stupid brain I forgot the scene so I see everyone saying Twilight and litterly had to search up the scene and watched it!
duh duh duh
                              *snap snap*
                              duh uh duh
                              *snap snap*
                              duh duh duh duh duh duh duh
                              *snap snap*
ToxicChains ToxicChains Jun 28
"Oh my god baby boy, you are gorgeous"
                              That is the /first/ think that flew out of my mouth when I saw him
I wish I was still 5'0"....It's so much easier to just say, "Yeah, I'm five-foot," rather than, "Yeah, I'm five-foot-one." I'm not gonna lie: I was legitimately mad when I got to 5'1" 😂😂😂
💀you gotta love short people thought...their adorable and feisty 🙌