Bounty tracker Talia Jordan has done what no one else in the business has been able to do—locate the ruthless owner of the deadly fight arenas. She's been secretly searching for him for years. Finding him is personal. Stopping him, permanently if necessary, is her primary goal. A goal, Dolok Dajaren, a ruggedly handsome and overbearing Tarron hunter, has chosen to make more difficult.
After months of unsuccessfully scouring the quadrant for the new location of the fight arenas, Dolok is exhausted and looks forward to the day he can return to his home planet. The last thing he wants to deal with is a tracker who refuses to give him the information he needs. To make matters worse, the infuriating female is his destined mate, and continually tests his patience, and his sanity.
Going after a vicious killer is easy when compared with the challenge of convincing Talia she is his mate.
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Definitely not what I expected. Lots of dialogue in the characters heads. I felt I was being lead through the story by the author, instead of living it myself. Minimal action. Once when Dolok took down Talia in the alley, when the animal attacked and at the end when confronting Tremaine. Other than that, dialogue in their heads. Not my favorite writing style. With that said, it was an interesting read.