She's off-limits. She's his best friend's little sister. But his inner grizzly wants nothing more than to claim her as his mate.
Octavia doesn't belong anywhere. Not with the witches, what with her dwindling powers. And not with the shifters, not when she can't shift into her cougar. When she earns the wrath of her old pride, she needs somewhere to hide out. Her brother thinks the Junkyard prison for misbehaving shifters is the best place for her. Awkward, because this means she'll be stuck with Dallas, her childhood crush.
Dallas has wanted Octavia for years. Unfortunately, she's still under the watchful eye of her very protective brother, who also happens to be Dallas's best friend. But when said brother requests Dallas's help with Octavia's protection—in Dallas's territory and in Dallas's house—it's going to be a whole helluva lot harder for Dallas to keep his gruff, grizzly hands off of her.
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The witch and her grizzly
Octavia was a witch losing her powers and couldn’t shift into her mountain lion, she helped her friend get away now everyone was looking for her and Greg’s father wanted to challenge her. Her brother took her to the junkyard to ask for sanctuary that saved her. Since she didn’t have the potion to drink her powers came back, she realized that she had been drugged all those years. Octavia found her mate in Dallas! Great book ready for the next book!
Wonderful characters, cool storyline
This story has so many layers. On top is the romantic falling in love story of Grizzly Dallas and his best friends little sister Octavia, but underneath there is a strong woman who is half shifter half witch yet doesn’t feel whole. There are also family hang ups, and friend troubles, a scary baddie, and a junkyard prison slash sanctuary that poses its own problems. The weaving of these elements together is done so well I was brought into this world and entranced until the very end. Great read!