"You smell of pig."
"If you didn't lean so close you wouldn't have to smell it."
"If you didn't drive like a maniac, I wouldn't have to lean so close."
When wolves kill Gemma's sheep, she knows exactly who to blame: wolf-shifters of the Greenwood clan whose estate borders hers. But the first wolf she runs into denies their involvement. And he has the audacity to call her a liar. If she didn't have to control her vampire nature, she would show him.
Kieran's brother had been shot as a sheep killer so when an enraged vampire accuses his clan of killing her sheep, he gets furious. Determined to prove her wrong, he sets out to find the killers. He has his clan to protect. But she won't let him do it alone.
The death of Kieran's brother a ghost between them, their cooperation isn't easy. As the killings continue, this time angering humans too, they have to find a way to see past their hurt to protect the clan. But it may well be that the biggest monster is already among them. Gemma's control of her second nature is precarious. What happens when the monster gets free?
About the Author
Susanna Shore is a historian turned author. She writes Two-Natured London paranormal romance series, P.I. Tracy Hayes mysteries, and stand-alone thrillers and contemporary romances.
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