Sylvia – All but an outcast to her people, at twenty–five she struggles with the reality of her defects. Proclaimed useless by pack and council, the only person who seems to care if she lives and dies is her father, the Alpha of a small Texas pack of werewolves. The aggression of the cartels near the border forces her father to seek training from the powerful Volkoffs, a pack of military trained werewolves that live in the Montana Mountains.
Micah — Devastated after the psychotic break of his long time mate, he withdraws from society. For three years his work becomes his whole world, an escape from his own shortcomings. Until the day a pixie with eyes the color of amethyst fire stepped into it. Inexplicably drawn to her, he volunteers to help train the tiny female whose own pack treats her as an outcast.
Together – With each electrifying touch they find it difficult to resist one another. As they are drawn to each other, they struggle to overcome their hidden insecurities. Will they let the past and the doubts they carry determine their future? Or, will a fool’s heart win the day?
#0 A Fool's Heart - Out Now
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#2 Love's Forbidden Embrace - Out Now
#3 Love Combined - 2015
About the Author
Married with five children, three cats and one very large dog she lives happily in a small town north of Austin, Tx. She is an ordinary housewife who spends most of her day homeschooling her four teenage children. From a young age she discovered a deep love for books that has encouraged her vivid imagination and touched her romantic spirit. With the help and support of her family she spends her spare time writing with the desire to share her creativity with other avid readers like herself.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Really enjoyed this (+/-100 page) free book. I would like to purchase the next book but can't find any more books in this series on B&N? Helloooo out there...
Enjoyed this book. I am hoping the other books of this series will be as good.
I love the book but I didn't like how Micah son's were treated at the end