Siphon Collection



Two lions, each born to serve, rely on one another to survive.

Word Count: 56,233

Two lion shifters need one another to survive, but choose one another for love.

These books are linked by theme or world. They are independent and can be read in any order.

What CC Is Reading

I very much enjoyed this debut novel by Davidson King. It's a hurt comfort with a bit of drama. 



"What a dynamic! So often with men, communication is forgotten, and the assumption is that the other person should know what is in someone’s head. There is a definite Dominant/submissive piece here, with Todd wanting and needing to be directed,...

Two Chicks Obsessed with Books and Eye Candy

Perfect Imperfections is a very sweet and no angst story, and there is a bit of a mystery which kept things interesting. The build-up to the more smexy scenes was nice and made the payoff that more delicious. ...There are so hilarious moments,...

Tipsy Bibliophile

Perfect Imperfections was such a fun phenomenal read. It was a fantastic story with characters that will have you calling them friends forever. Cardeno writes a story with wonderful dialogue that makes you feel like your in the rooms witnessing...

Twinsie Talk

a really enjoyably sweet yet hot romance between ... endearing characters. ... What I loved about Cardeno's version of this type of fantasy romance ... was that for a good part of the story we just see these two guys actually getting to know each...

Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews

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