Love heals even the deepest wounds… The wounded werewolf…
After being held in captivity by scientists for months, Colin Fraser needs rest and recuperation. The Scottish Highlands offer him the perfect place to get much-needed distance from the world and repair the bond with his inner beast.
The selkie’s search…
Unna Mikkelsen is being urged to mate with a selkie man she doesn’t care for. But she’ll never forget how, as a young girl, she saw her mother taken by a fisherman. Knowing she must make her peace with the world above the waves, she leaves the deep for dry land—even though this means she’s putting herself into danger.
The power of immortal love…
When Colin notices Unna in the pub, he realizes there’s more to her than meets the eye. But he fights his feelings for her—how can a wolf as broken as he is have a relationship? Little does he know Unna will need him when her pelt is stolen by a fisherman, causing her to relive her childhood trauma. Or how much he’ll need her too, because only her love can heal his wounds…
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Helping each other to heal
Colin Fraser takes off to the Scottish Highland to try and reconnect with his wolf after being caged like a lab rate for months. Leaving his sister behind in the care of his pack Alpha. His whole world had turned upside down and he doesn’t want to turn into a rouge. Unna Mikkelsen is a Selkie shifter being urged to mate with a man she doesn’t love or want. But before she does she want to go to the mainland to prove to herself she’s not a victim like her mother who was taken by someone who stole her pelt. Never to be seen again. But her greatest fear happens when her pelt gets stolen and she turns to Colin for help. This story has lots of action and adventure that keeps you guessing what will happen next. Well written and very entertaining self-contained story.
Book 5 in this series. This book deals with Colin and Unna, none of these stories end, they mostly finish with a bit of a cliff hanger. The reads are good leave you with the question "what is next", so waiting for the next.