Kelly Roman was good at her job. As a forensic anthropologist, she could help the dead and help the families find closure. The one thing she hated about her job was her boss, Shamus Van. That man was out to sabotage everything she did. And when he brought in the new chief of police, Bancroft Dalton, to make her look bad, that was the last straw. She’d quit before they had a chance to fire her.
When Bancroft showed up at her front door, he asked to be invited in, and when he told her he couldn’t lie to her, it set off all kinds of bells and whistles in Kelly’s suspicions. It wasn’t the fact that he was a vampire that bothered her, it was the part about him not being able to lie to her. She knew shifters couldn’t lie to their mates. There was no way in hell she was letting a man barge into her life and take over….
❤️ 📚 👍 Fantastic first book for this series. Loved the characters in this so far.
Great overall story idea, but too much jumping from one storyline to next with no clear explanations. When buying book it said 222 pages, but when book loaded only 178 pages. Book seemed like pieces were missing leaving gaps in explanations of situations. It was not a book that I read in one sitting. But I am left wondering about the Lord of the Vampires and Remy.