Felix Grady's world came crashing down around him when he received confirmation his twin brother was torturing women. One of the victims was none other than his destined mate. Torn between his twin and protecting his mate and clan, Felix must make the ultimate choice between the two.
Harmony Kirk suffered for years under her former Alpha and Henry. Now in Alaska under the protection of the Alaskan Tigers, she's expected to forget everything that happened and commit herself to the clan. Destined to be the mate of one of the top members of the clan doesn't make things any easier. It doesn't help that the destined mate is the identical twin to the man who spent years abusing her.
Will eliminating Henry make things easier or harder for Harmony? Can she move past Felix's face and see him as a different man than the one who abused her for years? Will it free her from the past she's locked herself into, allowing her to be with the man who is her destiny?
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Being the first daughter to an avid reader, this gave her the advantage of learning to read at a young age. Since learning to read she has always had her nose in a book. It wasn't until she was a teenager that she started writing down the stories she came up with.
Marissa is blessed with a wonderful supportive husband, Thomas. He's her other half and allows her to stay home and pursue her writing. He puts up with all her quirks and listens to her brainstorm in the middle of the night.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is a manual on peer pressure. Every other paragraph they are all telling her "well, if you dont do what we want you to, it will be harder on your mate" or "since you wont join our gang of thugs even though we think we are the good guys, you arent allowed to be in the main house, around us when we talk...etc". If that was me? I would just leave the lot of them including the "mate". Obviously, he didnt really want her the way she is, so he goes about systematically breaking her down until she does what he wants. And this queen? She comes across as the biggest self important, pompous tyrant. All the "we cant talk around you because you might tell someone" is just bull, since the lead female is afraid to leave the compound or talk to anyone. The queen sounds like she will try to take over the tigers, and someone will assassinate her. The whole book irritated me. It was like reading anout high school dynamics with tiger shifters thrown in the mix.
Can't wait for more!!!!