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The Gathering: Killian + Lyra by Ellis Leigh

This title was a surprise for me. I didn’t know my darling Ellis was working on it and suddenly it’s in my inbox. Aaaah!


You are cordially invited to the event of the season…

Please be our guest as the National Association of the Lycan Brotherhood hosts the seventy-eighth annual Gathering. The biggest event of the social season, the Gathering has become the favorite method of networking among packs and bringing together fated mates. At the Gathering, shifters from across the country show up to show off and to see who’s the true leader of the pack.

The black-tie welcoming dinner will be the perfect chance to meet Killian O’Shea, Alpha of the Appalachia pack. Killian’s rough, tough, and built for fighting, which is a good thing as he’s got a road-blocking Alpha standing between him and his destiny. Lyra, Killian’s newfound mate, likes the way he disregards the rules keeping them apart. She’s ready to risk it all for the bigger-than-life Alpha who makes her heart race.

Come and enjoy tales from the biggest shifter event of the year as wolves from around the country fall in lust, in love, and in fate at the Gathering.



I loooooove Ellis Leigh. She’s filling my wolf shifter needs quota very nicely.

The Gathering is a multi part compilation of short stories happening during The Gathering of the NALB.

Killian is the Alpha of a newly introduced Appalachia Pack and he’s bringing his selection of males and females to the Gathering so that they might find mates. He doesn’t really count on finding one himself.

Lyra is one of the females in a local pack, led by a horrible Alpha (who might just be a power hungry slimeball and not a real Alpha if you’re asking me). She’s an arm candy to him, one he’s planning on using very soon.

I can’t say there’s an actual story in this little story, but it’s steamy and hot and the animalistic reactions always do it for me. What I do love about those tiny installments is the contribution they give to the world itself. It’s a great way to expand on rules and bits of information that give a better picture of a world created around a story, that we might not get by reading the main installments of the main series.

My rating: 4star

Thanks Ellis, for this early copy. You’re fabulous and pretty and ILY.




I read, review, flail and swoon.

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