This werewolf will protect his mate.
Owen has one job: keep Stasia from being abducted. Easier said than done when his fiercely independent client tries to fire him the moment they meet. His werewolf senses howl to life and he's certain of one thing: Stasia is his.
She's sick of cocky men.
When her wealthy father hires a bodyguard, Stasia says no. Not exactly a smart move after someone tried to nab her off the street. But she doesn't need a babysitter. Especially not a cheerfully overbearing bodyguard who makes her heart pound and her fantasies run wild.
When Stasia is yanked out of her glittering world and into Owen's she'll need to grapple with an impossible new reality that includes werewolves, silver bullets, and fated mates.
Is she ready to embrace her new world? Or will she run back to a universe of glittering high rises and leave her destiny behind?
Step into the world of Guarded by the Shifter where a team of ex-military bodyguards are also werewolves and fated mates are just one job away.
New Series Starter
This is the start of a new series. There appears to be a continuing story line but this book ends with an HEA for the couple involved. Stasia is a non-typical rich girl who’s in danger, Owen is her bodyguard with a secret. She’s serious and uptight, he’s laid back and optimistic. The story is simple on the surface but there are underlying threats, mysteries and nuances that I hope to see more about in the next books. I liked both characters but didn’t see them together in the beginning. As we get to know them, they are more suited and their chemistry is undeniable. Supporting characters leave us with additional questions but Stasia and Owen’s story is complete. Enjoyable read but at this point I’m more interested what wasn’t in the story and can’t wait for the next books.
Owen is part of a bodyguard company made up of ex-military turned werewolves. The how and why of them becoming werewolves is a mystery to them. He is sent to protect Stasia after an attempted kidnapping. Her father is extremely rich and she has been targeted before - and Owen’s wolf immediately recognizes her as his mate. The book implies Stasia’s father is somehow involved in the people being turned into werewolves and leaves a lot of questions unanswered. I received an advance copy of this book and voluntarily left a review.
It was a great interesting book. Kept me on my toes.