Blaez is the last man she wants, but he's the one her wolf needs.
Chantal Sommers lives life at constant war with who she is. A terror. A monster. A werewolf. To atone for the sins of her kind, she runs a therapy dog program—one that's fighting just to keep the doors open. When Blaez Dramoth swaggers through those doors like he owns the place, Chantal sends him packing.
But her wolf has other ideas.
Chantal can't afford distractions. Her parent's murderer is back in town and young werewolves are going missing. She's got no time to mate, but somebody ought to tell her wolf that. If Blaez flashes his hazel eyes at her one more time, she just might lose control.
No one said fighting her attraction would be this dangerous...
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The wolf wants what the wolf wants
Chantal runs a non profit to help improve old shifters lives to get them to enjoy their last years even after they're not able to shift anymore, orphan after a wolf shifter killed her adoptive parents Chantal has trouble sleeping with nightmares about their deaths, and the shifter that did it, despite being striped of his wolf, is still looseand that doesn't sit well with her. Blaez is a loner just trying to care for his youner brother, even going as far as taking the fall for something the rebellious teen did. They're thrown together when Blaez has to do community work with Chantal. Their wolves start reacting to each other, despite their human parts first impressions and wanting nothing to do with one another in any other way than their obligations. When danger strikes, their human parts have to learn to trust and work together in order to overcome the things thrown at them. Very nice book, a really good read.
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