An exciting new series from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Eve Langlais that is sure to thrill and chill.
What happens when a nurse falls for the wolfman?
The job offer is a dream come true. Three times her usual salary. Free meals and a suite. The only catch?
Margaret can’t tell anyone about it.
Hidden in the Rockies, the clinic is well protected and…odd. It doesn’t take her long to realize the doctors and scientists are up to no good. Especially once she meets Luke.
Her patient is an angry man who used to be a soldier. Now, he’s something else. A savage beast with gentle eyes that glow green when he’s agitated.
What has he become?
And will she be next?
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A nurse for the wolfman
Great read ... could not put it away to do other things. Thank you for creating a world of wondering if this existing somewhere on this earth in real time... scary thought. Luke was a great character. Kept rooting for him to make it
Loving this new series!
Am loving this new series! After being discharged from the military because of injuries sustained, Luke falls into a pit of despair. When a mysterious doctor offers to make him whole again, he takes him up on the offer. Little does he knows that he will no longer be human.
Nurse Margaret is offered a great opportunity at a remote medical facility. Great pay, easy work, what could go wrong? Sparks fly the first time Margaret and Luke meet, but they try to ignore them. Too bad the evil doctor is too aware.
This book features a strong heroine, a damaged hero, but manages to stay away from the stereotypical formula. I found myself truly wondering what was going to happen next – instead of seeing the ending a mile away.
Eve Langlais is always a one-click, automatic buy of everything she writes. This new series is proving to be no different – can’t wait until the next one!
5 ⭐️s! Such a captivating story!!
Ah! This new series is SO creative and interesting, and thought provoking and captivating. I couldn’t get enough, devouring page after page to learn more and more. The interplay between characters made it so hard to discern who to like and who was the villain, was “this” real or all part of a delusion. So so so good.