His to Bear (MM)

Bear Essentials 2

Siren-BookStrand, Inc.

Heat Rating: Scorching
Word Count: 39,500
24 Ratings (4.8)
[Siren Publishing: The Stormy Glenn ManLove Collection: Alternative Contemporary Paranormal Romance, MM, shape-shifter, HEA]

George Carver's life changed forever in the span of twenty-four hours. He won a billion dollar lottery, but more importantly, the man sent to protect him turns out to be his mate. His very human mate. Luckily, Leon seems to know about shifters. He just doesn't know anything about mates.

Leon de Oro spent several years as an Army Ranger before retiring to work for a friend in his security company. He never dreamed that he'd be sent on an assignment to protect the man of his dreams or that the bear shifter would claim they were fated to be together.

People will do stupid things for money. They'll do really stupid things for a lot of money, and George had a lot of money. A billion dollar lottery win brings people—old and new—out of the woodwork. Leon has a hard enough time keeping George and his billions safe. Trying to decide if he's ready to settle down with a mate might be impossible.


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His to Bear (MM)
24 Ratings (4.8)

His to Bear (MM)

Bear Essentials 2

Siren-BookStrand, Inc.

Heat Rating: Scorching
Word Count: 39,500
24 Ratings (4.8)
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Cover Art by Jess Buffett
Loved absolutely everything about this book. George is such a gentle giant and I couldn’t get enough of him. Leon is super sexy and just what a big ol’ bear could want. The asshole, Raymond, got what he deserved and I really hope someone will challenge Alpha Barker for his clan so he can escape giving it over to his son.

Looking forward to the next one!
Christy Duke
Excellent writing. Loved the characters. I am hoping for more in this series from Stormy Glenn.





George Carver swallowed tightly then glanced between the lottery ticket in his hand and the numbers displayed on the TV screen.

It wasn't possible.

It just wasn't possible.

He got up and walked over to his desk. He leaned the ticket against the screen then booted up his ancient laptop. His hands shook as he typed in the website for the Mega Money Lottery contest. The website seemed to take forever to load.

It was probably just a few seconds.

He had good internet.

Once again, he glanced at the numbers on the ticket he'd purchased on a whim down at the local corner grocery store and double checked them with the ones on his screen.

They were the same.

All of them.

He'd gotten all six numbers.

Holy fuck!

George just sat there and stared. It really had been a whim. He'd been standing in line at the grocery store when he saw the flashing numbers on the lottery machine. One point six billion dollars.

He couldn't even conceive of that amount of money.

After paying for his purchases, he'd had two dollars left. He briefly thought about grabbing a coke, but then decided, why the hell not? He knew he'd never win, but it was nice to dream, so he'd bought a lottery ticket. He'd hit the random number generator, not wanting to try and choose numbers himself.


The winning lottery numbers.

Holy fuck!

George clicked the button directing lottery winners on what to do next. It took him a moment to figure out exactly what he was reading. The directions weren't that user-friendly. He grabbed the ticket and signed his name across the back of it then picked up his cell phone and took a picture of the signed ticket.

Now, he just needed a place to hide it until he could figure out what to do.

George started looking around his room. He spotted several different placed he could put the ticket, but none of them seemed that secure. It wasn't likely that his house was suddenly going to be robbed, but he wasn't taking any chances.

He also didn't want to hold onto the ticket until he was ready to go to the lottery headquarters and claim his prize. He was too afraid he'd be mugged on his way down to the office. Or kidnapped. Hit by a bus. Crushed by a falling meteor. Abducted by aliens.

The list was endless.

According to the lottery website, he needed to make several copies of the signed ticket then place it in a safety deposit box for safe keeping. He then needed to get a lawyer, a financial planner, and an accountant.

That list was endless as well.

What was a trust or limited liability company?

Family limited partnership?

George squinted as he stared at the screen. He was supposed to check the records for attorneys, accountants, and financial planners to see whether there had been any complaints filed with state disciplinary authorities.

That couldn't be that hard, could it?

George reached over and grabbed his phone, dialing a number he knew by heart. "Hey, Ford, can you come over? I need a little help with something."

"Yeah, I'll be right there."

Sure enough, five minutes later my front door banged open and Ford walked in. It kind of helped that he lived in an apartment two floors down.

"What's up?"

"Lock the door."

Ford raised an eyebrow but did as George asked.

George got up and walked over to the radio, turning it on loud enough to muffle their words, but not so loud that they couldn't hear each other talk.

Ford's forehead furrowed as he walked closer. "What's going on? Are you okay? You're acting all weird."

Ford would know. Not only was he George's best friend, but he was also his cousin. They'd been born a week apart. Being so close in age, they'd always been lumped together. The good part was that they'd become best friends.

"Come here." George waved Ford over to his laptop, then pointed to the screen. "Look at those numbers."

Ford squinted down at the screen. "9-27-42-43-58-6. Okay. Why am I looking at them?"

George held out the lottery ticket. "Now look at these numbers."

"9-27-42-43—" Ford gasped. His hand started to shake. "George."

"I know, right?"

"9-27-42-43-58-6. Jesus, George. You have all the numbers right, every damn one of them."

"Yeah." George swallowed tightly as he pushed his glasses up his face. "That's a lot of money, Ford."

One point six billion dollars.

He couldn't even say it.

"Shit." Ford's eyes grew huge. "You need to talk to Dad before you do anything."

"You think he could help me with this stuff?"

"Uh, yeah. Dad's a CPA. This kind of stuff is right up his alley."

George chuckled nervously. "Fancy a trip to Paris? Or a new car?"

He could afford it now.

"I wouldn't turn down a cup of coffee," Ford said.

And that was why Ford was his best friend. Even with a billion dollars on the line, Ford wouldn't take advantage of him.

"Come on." George tucked the lottery ticket into his pocket then grabbed his jacket. "I'll buy you a cup of coffee after I stop at the bank."

Ford lifted an eyebrow. "Dude, I can pay for my own coffee."

"No, it's not that. I have money. I need a safety deposit box. I don't want anything to happen to this ticket before I have a chance to turn it in."

"You should take a picture of it."

"I already did."

"Make a copy of it so you have it on you."

George hadn't thought of that. He pulled the ticket back out of his pocket and walked over to his printer. He made two copies, one for him and one for Ford, making sure he got both sides of the lottery ticket on the print out.

He folded his up and stuck it into his wallet then handed the other one to Ford. "Here, hold on to this for me. Put it in your wallet or something."

Ford shrugged as he took the print out, folded it up, then slid it into his pocket. "Why do you want me to have a copy?"

"In case I lose mine."

"Better hope you don't."

George chuckled nervously. "Right?"

He slid the original ticket back into his pocket. "Okay, let's do this."

He needed to make sure his future was somewhere safe before he started planning it.




This was insane. His bear was so close to the surface, George was surprised he didn't have fur. The intensity of the emotions rushing through him made him shudder. He felt as if he was seconds away from crawling out of his skin.

He was never this out of control. Never. It was one of the things his parents had used against him. They believed it meant he was even-tempered. He knew it was because he didn't want to make waves.

George got up and walked to the sink to splash some cold water on his face. If he didn't get himself under control, he'd never be able to leave the bathroom.

"You okay in there, George?"

George jumped.

"Ye—" He cleared his throat and tried again. "Yeah, I'm good. I'll be out in just a moment."

He inhaled a shaky breath then pulled the bathroom door open. The moment he stepped out into the bedroom and the bathroom light shone on the man across the room taking his shirt off, George knew he was in bigger trouble than he thought.

Twin glints of gold twinkled from the small rings in Leon's nipples. A kaleidoscope of color splashed across the man's muscular chest in the form of a red dragon tattoo and a dark tribal pattern amid thick dark hair.

George hissed at the pain that went through his shaft as he hardened to a steel rod. He could practically hear the seams of his jeans threatening to split wide open as his pants tightened unbearably.

"I…uh…I need to take a shower."

George grabbed a clean pair of boxers off his dresser then spun and raced back into the bathroom, slamming the door closed. He leaned back against the solid wood and tried to drag life giving oxygen into his lungs. He was positive he was dying.

When he heard Leon moving around in the bedroom, he hurried over to the shower and turned it on. He stripped his clothes off and dropped them in the hamper then climbed into the shower.

George leaned his head down under the steaming hot shower spray. He was never going to survive this. Maybe he just needed to tell Leon he'd be fine and didn't need the man's protective services.

George blinked at the instant rage that ripped through his bear at the mere thought of sending Leon away. Where in the hell had that come from? And why was his bear so damn upset at the thought of never seeing Leon again.

He was pretty in tune with his bear, always had been, but this new aggressive nature wasn't something he was used to. He didn't quite know what to make of it. Leon was sexy as hell, but that didn't explain this strange obsession his bear had for the man.

George just didn't understand it.

Of course, Leon really was gorgeous. He'd only gotten a glimpse of the man's shirtless chest before running back into the bathroom, but it was enough to fuel George's fantasies for years to come.

It was obvious Leon kept in shape. George supposed he had to for his job. But those rippling muscles…damn. Just damn. He wanted to lick every inch. From seeing how toned his chest was, George could just imagine what the rest of him looked like, and he had a great imagination.

He reached down and palmed his cock, giving it a hardy squeeze before slowly stroking down the full length then back up. He bet Leon had a tight compact ass. His jeans certainly seemed to hug those round globes tight enough.

George stroked himself a little faster as he imagined having Leon on his knees and separating those twin globes and sliding his cock between them, pushing in until his balls pressed up against Leon's ass.

He'd fuck him slow at first, enjoying the slide against each inch of tight muscles as they squeezed his cock. Then he'd go a little faster, slamming into the man until Leon groaned and maybe begged for more.

George's breath caught, his chest moving up and down at a rapid pace as his body tightened. He wanted to fuck that perfect little ass so much. He'd cover Leon's body with his own, body pressed against body, skin to skin.

His cock deep in Leon's ass. Thrusting. Withdrawing. Thrusting. Withdrawing. A fistful of hair. A needy moan. Lips on hot skin. Teeth embedded in the skin of Leon's shoulder.


George groaned as his body erupted, overwhelmed by the pleasure of his fantasy. He slammed his hand against the shower wall. Ropes of pearly white cum shot out of his dick and splattered against the wall before going down the drain with the hot water.

 George dropped his head back under the shower spray as he tried to drag enough air into his lungs to breathe. He gave his cock a couple more strokes before leaning both hands against the wall.

That had been unreal. He wasn't a virgin, but close enough. He didn't have a lot of experience simply because he wanted a connection with whoever he was with and not just some back alley hook-up. Still, he was pretty damn sure that was the best sexual experience of his life. It was sad that it had taken place in the shower while he was all alone.

He really needed to get a life.

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