Final Cover Reveal – You’ve Got Male

Back when I first owned my first iPhone, I downloaded the Kindle application and started reading paranormal romance books whenever I could. My eventual dream was to create romance books of my own, once I could get over the emotional boundary of writing sexual encounters without feeling like I was doing something wrong. I still feel a little nervous about doing so, but some of my closest friends in the writing community inspired me to have a try at writing more explicit scenes, and see where the road of inspiration may take me.

With the introduction out of the way, I would like to reveal to you the final cover of one of my future books. It is the second book to be written under the name of Cameron Chase, which I will use for any books that contain scenes that contain explicit adult content.

This astounding cover is for “You’ve Got Male”, a story about two shifters who discover they are fated mates. As they struggle with their own lives around that discovery, what both men don’t realize is that they have already met via an internet messenger application. It has been designed by the kind and professional cover designer Charlie Sapphire, who works for her own company named Sapphire Designs.

If you are curious about the plot of the book, I have also included it beneath the cover in question.

“Do I have your word that if this man turns out to be your fated mate, you will treat him with the love and respect that he rightfully deserves?”

“On my word as a shifter, I will never cause him harm for as long as I live.”

Shaun Faraday is a lion shifter with a problem. He needs to find a partner to remain the leader of his pride, but Shaun is determined to not settle for anything less than his destined mate. As a last resort, he has been searching through every pack and pride he can find, hoping that one of their members will trigger his mating instincts. Owen Carmichael is a young man who was bitten by a wolf shifter during a camping trip, and subsequently has become one himself. After being taken in by a kindly alpha wolf, Owen tried to adapt to his change in species. His progress has been hampered by a set of tragic circumstances, that have led him to suppress his inner animal.

These two men have been paired as fated mates, and they are drawn to each other almost at once, despite Owen lacking the same mating instincts that Shaun is more than willing to embrace. What neither man realizes is that they have met several times before via an instant messenger application. As Shaun and Owen begin to develop their relationship, they eventually discover the truth behind their digital communications, and several deadly secrets inside both of their inner circles.

Will these two fractured souls be able to join together, or will they choose to reject the mate bond that the fates have decided to bestow upon them?

As a special treat for my loyal readers, and anyone who loves fated romance fiction, here is a short sample from one of the book’s many chapters.

As they stepped out of the restaurant, Owen turned to look at Shaun, seeing if the man was stilling undressing him with his eyes.

“Did you enjoy our first date?” Owen said with a smirk.

Shaun’s eyes flew open with surprise.

“What are you talking about?” He replied, hoping his lie would hold water.

To his dismay, Owen didn’t look like he was convinced for a second.

“Cyras is kind-hearted, but he’s also a terrible liar. He never planned on showing up tonight, and I can pretty much guarantee you never asked your friend to come either.”

Shaun let out the breath he didn’t realize he had been holding.

“You’re right. I hope you’re not too upset.”

He hoped to the gods themselves that this was the case.

Hope you liked this cover and snippet. I will have more information about this latest book very soon, as well as more snippets from future projects.

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