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Publisher Description

To truly have her, he must free her from her dark secret....

Enforcer Erin Flynn has dedicated her life to protecting her kind. But keeping her heart safe from Noah Campbell, the smoking-hot shifter who saved her life last year, is more difficult. The deadly beauty would love to sink into his arms and become his mate, but she knows she can’t—he must never know about her dark past.

When Erin is sent to investigate the disappearances of pregnant shifters in New Orleans, Erin and Noah find themselves involved in a mystery more sinister than anyone expected. And as Erin delves further into the crimes, chilling information about her own past is revealed. The people who wanted her dead in the first place are trying to finish the job, and Noah wants nothing more than to shield her from harm. But can Erin truly trust Noah and let him see the wounded beast she’s hidden for so long?

February 4
Penguin Publishing Group

Customer Reviews

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Avenger's Heat

Avenger’s Heat is the fourth book in the Moon Shifter Series by Katie Reus. It can be read as a stand -alone book but there are some references to things that have happened in prior books. This book has been my favorite so far in this series. The chemistry between Noah and Erin is great. Erin an Enforcer for the Wolf Council is sent to New Orleans, on her first assignment, to investigate and put a stop to the abduction of pregnant shifters. Noah, a warrior is sent with her to assist in her investigation and smoother the way as his father is the Alpha of the lupine pack in New Orleans. Noah knows that Erin is mate, however Erin has been fighting her attraction to Noah, as she feels she is damaged and he deserves and “softer” and “gentler” mate than her. As they delve into the shifter disappearances Erin must face her past head on. With some vampires and fae thrown into the mix (both good and bad) it makes for an all-around great paranormal read. I cannot wait for more of this series.

I was provided with an ARC of this book for an honest review.

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