The paranormal world was slowly becoming extinct and the leadership, the Consilium, were desperate. A plan was hatched to put a spell on all singles to mate them with someone from the opposite sex in order to procreate. All they had to do was draw a name out of a bag and the mating bond would begin. They were positive their plan couldn’t fail. Then again, they had no idea the fates had been watching and decided paranormals, especially the Consilium, needed to be taught a lesson.
One that wouldn’t soon be forgotten.
Bayo Maina became the Consilium’s first test subject. But the name he pulled out of the bag was male. Bayo wasn’t even gay. How could this have happened?
Zenebe Baas lived on the edge of a small human town as far from other paranormals as possible. He hadn’t been prepared to have a mate show up at his door.
Neither man was happy. But the mating bond was there. They could feel it. The question? Would it remain, since it was only a spell and not fate that had brought them together?
Or was it?
After all, there’s no way to circumvent fate. But would they be able to handle what the Fates’ twisted humor had in store for them?