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Sacrifice, impossible dreams, and the ultimate predator…. 


Paul Grove loves two things in the world more than anything else: his daughter Trisha, and roaming the mountains and forests of Wyoming. One he would do anything for, the other is who he is. After Trisha and her friends disappeared, the tracks he found made no sense, the clues left behind unlike any he'd ever seen before. When his daughter returns - with a warrior from another world - Paul realizes he has to return with her to her new home or lose her forever.


Morian Reykill is a High Priestess for the golden symbiots of their world known as The Gods' Blood. She is their protector and a member of the Royal House of Valdier. When her first mate is killed, she is devastated, for while he was not her true mate, they loved each other very much. She thought to join her mate in the next life, but something told her it was not yet her time. 


Paul Grove finds a second chance at love in the beautiful alien woman who takes his breath away, but when a madman threatens his new family, he will need all of the skills he learned in his life on Earth, plus a few more….  


When Paul is in pursuit, his prey never gets away.


Internationally acclaimed S.E. Smith presents a new action-packed story full of romance and adventure. Brimming with her signature humor, vivid landscapes, and beloved characters, this book is sure to be another fan favorite!


Main Content: 225 (6x9) pages, 80,491 words

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
June 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
254
Pages
PUBLISHER
Montana Publishing
SELLER
S. E. Smith, LLC
SIZE
575.1
KB

Customer Reviews

Bote mi dinero ,

Amazing

All I have to say is a cried at the end! What a beautiful ending...Great series

Pdb44 ,

What a great series

Loved the babies. Cara's babies are hilarious. I have to say Trelon and Cara are my favorite couple. I felt that Paul and Miriam's relationship was a little rushed. I loved the interaction with the babies and the rest of the family. I just wanted more. Did not like the epilogue until the end. There was really no need for it. The goodbye to Evelyn and Jalo was very touching.

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