Piles of Cash and Killer Benefits
Alex Jarrett is a big-pharma billionaire philanthropist who just wants to show his Personal Assistant Megan a completely platonic (darn it all) good time in Athens. When their private jet is shot down over Bosnia, they're taken hostage by a terrorist intent on breaking Alex down bit by bit. He can endure the physical abuse of his own body with a jaunty grin and a snarky remark, but the threat to Megan's safety is a nightmare scenario sending him on a one-way ride to Panic City.
Especially since he thinks he might be in love with her. Not that he can tell her that.
Megan Graham has been hiding her lycanthropy from her boss--and everyone--for six years. Every time the terrorists bring Alex back into the room, he's just a little more battered. Or a lot. Keeping her condition a secret is becoming not just untenable, but lethal. She's afraid he won't survive unless she uses the wolf to save them both.
And she thinks she might be in love with him. Not that she can tell him that.
In the Multitudes of Mercy
The Summer of Love holds no affection for Noah Emerson, fresh out of prison after serving a sentence for a drunk-driving accident that killed his girl and his best friend, along with his dreams. He settles down and tries to get on with his life--without realizing this quiet little California town has a big werewolf problem. One the local alpha thinks they can solve by inducting him forcibly into their pack so they can enlist the aid of a hardened ex-con.
However, Noah is a former pre-med student with "First, do no harm" hardwired into his psyche. He's unwilling to commit murder for a bunch of savage strangers, and he's certainly not happy about being turned into a monster without as much as a by-your-leave. Still suffering blood-soaked nightmares about dead bodies he was responsible for, he's deeply afraid of what will happen if he has to kill someone with his own hands, even if it's self-defense. So he runs, attempting to disappear into the City of Angels.
But he can't shake the devil hot on his tail...
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