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Under the Moon
A Supernatural Souls Novella
(paranormal suspense)

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Rian MacNiall is the Alpha of the all-female MacNiall pack—a Lycan wolf shifter who carries an energy known as féarúil, or the human equivalent of butch. All Lycans—both féarúil and baineann, or femme—have been condemned to a barren, infertile existence by the decree of Luma, the Moon Mother, because of their past careless disregard for life. It's only when Luma gifts the alpha of a worthy pack with a rare Luminara mate that their infertility curse is broken.


As an unsuspecting Luminara, Fallon Conroy is shocked when she learns she not only carries the Fae magick Rian MacNiall's pack needs in order to break the curse causing their infertile existence, her magick will also allow the féarúil shifters in the pack to impregnate their baineann mates.


And Fallon is Rian's long-awaited mate.


But only the final permanent bonding ceremony on the night of the full moon will forever keep Fallon safe from those who would do her harm. When a rival pack sets their sights on Fallon, with help from a MacNiall pack traitor who wants Rian for herself, Rian MacNiall and her pack must fight tooth and nail to keep their beloved Luminara out of treachery's way.


Can Fallon, Rian, and the MacNiall pack defeat deception and betrayal before Fallon is taken from Rian and her pack forever?


Content warning: This novella contains a few scenes of violence, threats of rape, and a kidnapping. Please do not purchase this book if you are triggered by such events.

What readers are saying:

“I love all of Tiffany’s books and she is one of my absolute favorite authors!!! As always, she did not disappoint!! I can’t wait to read more.”


“I loved this book ! It was so awesome to see a new spin on one of my favorite genres of fiction. Lycans, Fae, Butch and Femme … yes, please!!”


“I enjoyed reading this story. Watching Fallon grow into the role of Luminara was a wonderful treat. This is a story about strong families bound together by love.”

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