A Lion’s Price

A Lion’s Price

Shifts happen. Hearts change. Africa awaits.

Rebecca Keitany’s life has been one battle after another, until the moment she’s hired by a witch to work at a tea shop. Finally, it seems Rebecca’s future is looking bright: she’s got a stable job, and an art dealer is interested in her magical paintings. But that’s before she attracts the unwanted attention of the powerful Lightning Bird who has one simple request, and he won’t take no for an answer. So the last thing Rebecca needs is to be saddled with Daniel Kiprop, a handsome socialite and brilliant tech developer.

Lion Shifter Daniel is all too willing to offer his expertise to his Pride’s queen. It’s an easy assignment, and then he’ll be back to his normal business, including the endless parties that fill his evenings. All is going according to plan until the night of a vicious attack that changes everything Daniel thought about life, love and the pursuit of happiness. But can he convince Rebecca he’s a changed lion before she takes up the offer of the Lightning Bird and disappears forever?

Join the Kiprop Pride and escape to a land where everything is possible. Start your adventure today!

A Lion’s Price” is Book 4 in “The Lion Shifters” series.

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Series: Paranormal Africa: The Lion Shifters, Book 4
ASIN: B07V7FTR7D
List Price: 2.99
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Rebecca Keitany and her magical art have attracted the unwanted attention of the powerful Lightning Bird who has one simple request and won’t take no for an answer. Lion Shifter Daniel Kiprop has his own plans, until the night of a vicious attack that changes everything. But can he convince Rebecca he’s a changed lion before she takes up the offer of the Lightning Bird and disappears forever?

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