Tooth & Nail

Tooth & Nail

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by Mary Calmes
     
 

Nineteen-year-old Dylan Shaw is possibly the most beautiful thing Malic Sunden has ever seen. After Malic rescues Dylan from an attack, Dylan makes it very clear that he is more than interested, but Malic won't even consider sleeping with Dylan because of his age. Malic is sure he's not good enough for Dylan, who has his whole life ahead of him, and can't conceive of…  See more details below

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Nineteen-year-old Dylan Shaw is possibly the most beautiful thing Malic Sunden has ever seen. After Malic rescues Dylan from an attack, Dylan makes it very clear that he is more than interested, but Malic won't even consider sleeping with Dylan because of his age. Malic is sure he's not good enough for Dylan, who has his whole life ahead of him, and can't conceive of burdening Dylan with his secrets. But the darkness in Malic's life won't be denied, and soon Dylan is drawn into the dangerous paranormal world that is Malic's reality. Malic fights tooth and nail to push Dylan away, to keep him safe? no matter that Dylan is the key to Malic's strength and the only hope for his future. Book Two in the Warder series

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Teresa Reviewer
Ms. Calmes has created a fast paced intricate story entwining paranormal in a contemporary setting. I fell in love with Malic because in spite of his bad-assed attitude he has a heart of gold.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781615816927
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Publication date:
11/24/2010
Series:
The Warder Series , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
138,765
File size:
254 KB

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Tooth & Nail 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
TangelB More than 1 year ago
I love the Warder Series! And Malic is strong, protective, and willing to do anything for those he loves - even if it's not what he really wants. So the tension comes from his push against Dylan's pull. The author did a great job for me, enabling me, to understand Malic's fears and doubts. Is Dylan too young? Is he too naive or innocent to want to or be able to survive in Malic's world? Can he really know his own heart as well as he professes? And how can Malic endanger all of that by allowing him close?
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