Nothing can stop a shape-shifter from fulfilling his legacy except a beguiling yet forbidden young woman on a quest to save her sister.
There are some boundaries mustangs must never crosseven for true love.
Libby wasn't looking for anything but escape when she took her little sister and fled the malevolent cult they once called family. When a horse appears to carry them from danger, she sees only a rideand not the horn set in its forehead.
Josh knows he wants Libby from the moment their eyes meet. Trouble is, his heritage demands that he claim a virgin brideor else suffer dark consequences. But he can't turn away from a female in need, either. With "The Community" closing in, the unicorn-shifter will have to summon all of his strength to resist Libby's allure and protect the sisters from harm.
He may be no knight in shining armor, but he's got the hooves to back up his claim.
|Series:||Harlequin Nocturne Series , #144|
|Product dimensions:||4.34(w) x 6.44(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Anna Leonard is the nom d’paranormal for fantasy/horror writer Laura Anne Gilman, who grew up wondering why none of the characters in her favorite Gothic novels ever seemed to know a damn thing about ghosts, vampires, or how to run in high heels. “Anna” lives in New York City, where either nothing or everything is paranormal….
Both can be reached via www.sff.net/people/lauraanne.gilman or http://cosanostradamus.blogspot.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
WOW!!! This is a story that will appeal to all horse/unicorn lovers. I have read many were-animal stories, but this is the first with a unicorn as the lead charactor. The plot and charactors were well written and developed and make you want more from this author. This book is a keeper.
The story was well wrote. The story was a bit here and there not a strong line to follow, when it came to what the Bad Guy, Ray, was trying to do. However, I loved the elderly couple Kit and Lou so like my grandparents! I would love to see what is instore for the young couple, and Maggie now that they are in the herd. Maybe they save the wild horses? Just sayin'...