I read part of a book about a girl who is stuck looking as a 22 year old even though she is centuries old. Her mum was a vampire queen and her dad was a lycan alpha but they were killed. She is a vampire-lycan hybrid and the last one of her kind. I think her name was Camilla. Also remember that the male lead was Lucas I think and each main character had their own chapter.

I read a bit of it yesterday on Facebook but can't find the post again today.

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This is Alpha's Hybrid Mate by Alcione02. It does not appear to be a published work. Your description matches pretty well, the 3 characters being Camilla, Liam and Lucas.

Alpha Liam Stanford- High Alpha of the largest and strongest pack in both North and South American continent. At the age of 28 , he hasn't found his mate yet. He's a player and he's losing his hope in finding her. That was until Camilla Castillejo came to town.

Camilla Castillejo- the new girl in town. Unknown to everyone, she's not new in town. She lived in that town way before the wolf pack resided there. the truth is, she's a 900 year old vampire, but a pure blood vampire-lycan hybrid. The strongest of her kind.

Now that Camilla and Liam found each other , will they be happy? What if threats arises and come between them?

Found with the Google query "vampire-lycan" hybrid "camilla".

  • I think thats it by the sounds of it thanks for the help Commented Apr 8, 2020 at 11:05

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