Sagittarius Sun: Rejected Mate Shifter Series on Kindle Vella

You enjoy paranormal shifter fantasies and romance with a bit of erotica — dive into the interesting and dystopian world of the Equine Sea and enter the wild Isles of Bruton and Lagerhaven for an exciting horse shapeshifter paranormal adventure that can only be found on Kindle Vella.

Welcome to Lagerhaven

They say there is nothing new under the sun, and evolution has brought us back to a place we have seen before according to ancient literature. It is the year 2300 CE and mankind has destroyed itself again as in the days of Atlantis.

Humans had created a beautiful, technologically savvy world, but war, famine, greed, bioengineering errors and chaos threatened to take them back to square one, however this time they were able to salvage some things.


Two hundred years prior, in a war-torn, disease-ridden world, scientists made extraordinary strides to understand how to tap into DNA via epigenetics in order to create a better human, a shapeshifter, one that was more conscious, logical, understanding and caring — one that was not self-destructive. They knew that each human held within their DNA, vestiges of mineral, plant and animal ancestors, into which they could shift. It was decided the animal kingdom still held the award for higher levels of empathy, and that it was necessary for humans to get back to their base animal natures and instinct in order to survive and love again. This resulted in humans using the ideology of epigenetics to recreate themselves, resulting in various species of shapeshifters that began to multiply across the earth. Unfortunately, the ideas about becoming animal shifters to get back to love and communal living did not turn out so well.

Additionally, over the course of time, due to global warming, satellite-induced earthquakes, and volcanic activity, the geography of the earth changed, resulting in a set of new islands that began popping up all over the globe. No more was the time of race or color bias, but moreso animal shifter discrimination. Shifters of all types began seeking safe havens in which to settle to escape the treatment of other shifters as well as non-shifting humans.

Horse shifters, centaurs and non-shifting undesirables who related to them settled on two islands, Lagerhaven and Bruton, which are located in what was formerly the Norwegian Sea [renamed the Equine Sea], with the two isles being separated by a series of keys or smaller isl

es that are connected by rickety, old bridges.

The people of the isles have struggled to keep their population growing, however due to numerous wars and squirmishes, the worst of which occurred in the year 2295, lives are continually exterminated.

Against this #fantasy backdrop is the story of Calista Equus, a young horse shifter who seeks to escape her controlled life in Lagerhaven to settle on the more colorful island of Bruton. She finds it hard to resist her nature to roam free, resulting in her rejecting an assigned mate, Lucas Percheron, for whoever or whatever could truly win her heart.

Calista stumbles upon numerous undesirables and even finds herself at odds with a shifter reverse harem, headed by the powerful and beautiful mare #shifter, Sigrid. Her true love, Magnus, is a part of this harem; the question is, will he be willing to leave it and its beautiful mistress for her?

Read Sagittarius Sun: Rejected Mate Shifter Series on Kindle Vella!

Lucas does not accept rejection easily, so with the help of Calista’s incorrigible, yet powerful father Aaren, and an enchanting witch named Krakenta, he pursues her into Bruton, obliterating many lives in the process.

Follow the paranormal fantasy series to enjoy Calista’s adventures and to root her on to success as she faces the many bloody, obstacles that come her way.

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Renee Thomas

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