Taken by the Pack

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Meet the Breaux brothers. These bayou bad boys walk on the wild side in more ways than one. They're Pack and werewolves, centuries-old shape shifters, and their survival depends on finding a mate when the blue moon rises...

When Jackson first encounters the sexy but reserved veterinarian Eden, he doesn't realize she's his mate. But when the blue moon rises and an injured Jackson lands on her doorstep, he'll tempt her to lose control with him ...

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Overview

Meet the Breaux brothers. These bayou bad boys walk on the wild side in more ways than one. They're Pack and werewolves, centuries-old shape shifters, and their survival depends on finding a mate when the blue moon rises...

When Jackson first encounters the sexy but reserved veterinarian Eden, he doesn't realize she's his mate. But when the blue moon rises and an injured Jackson lands on her doorstep, he'll tempt her to lose control with him and explore the dark side of passion...

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  • ISBN-13: 9781500525255
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/15/2014
  • Pages: 102
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.21 (d)

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  • Posted July 14, 2014

    This is a decent continuation of the series but should have been

    This is a decent continuation of the series but should have been longer (113 pages). I wish more time had been spent building up the story.

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  • Posted July 14, 2014

    He had his chance and was forced to leave never knowing she was

    He had his chance and was forced to leave never knowing she was his Blue Moon Bride.

    Eden Roy came to the Bayou every holidays to see her Aunt. It felt so much more like home to her as it touched her like no other place could. Now having completed her Veterinary Degree Eden has moved back to the bayou and set up her own practice.

    Jackson Breaux lives deep within the Bayou he and his brothers have lived here and kept to themselves for longer than most of the town folk have been alive. The Breaux brothers are fierce and brooding but keep watch and take care of those that hunt the night.

    Severely hurt after taking down a vampire, Jackson needs to get himself to safety and get help before it's too late. As much as he doesn't want to, Jackson's wolf leads him to the veterinary clinic owned by Eden. Frightened by the size of the wolf outside her clinic Eden is still determined to help because this is who she is. Taking the wolf in Eden is totally unaware of the world she has just opened herself up to. When the Blue Moon shines brightest where Eden stand Jackson knows she is his forever, he was stupid to let her go once, he won't be again. Now he just needs her to accept him as both the man before her and the wolf she saved, understanding she is his and there is no turning back for him whether she chooses him or not.

    I enjoyed reading Taken By The Pack. I love the Breaux Brothers, they are broody, built and sexy as sin no matter their mood yet underneath it all they have a heart that makes you melt wishing for them to find their Blue Moon Bride. I would recommend this series to all lovers of Paranormal Erotic Romance.

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