Sometimes he's a beast. Can Bree tame him?
Sometimes he’s a beast. Can Bree tame him?
After animal sanctuary director Bree is mysteriously attacked, she becomes obsessed with her rescuer, the enigmatic Griffin Lancaster.
Bree’s cooperation is key to preserving Griff’s family legacy, and his skills are necessary to maintain the sanctuary’s viability.
While Griff lives on borrowed time, he must fight an internal battle between his desire for Bree, and his determination to protect her from the evil that’s a part of him.
Their attraction to each other becomes irresistible as their paths continue to cross. To save Bree, Griff cruelly rejects her advances.
Bree nearly destroys herself before Griff rescues her once again, only this time she won’t let him escape. Bree must find a way to change Griff’s destiny because losing him again is unthinkable.
Bree discovers the truth Griff doesn’t want her to know: Saving him is possible. If she’s willing to make the ultimate sacrifice.
There’s no way either can survive without the other.
Or is there?
This is a shapeshifter romance unlike any other I’ve encountered before. We’re not so much dealing with a paranormal world stuffed full of werewolves, vampires, and other mystical beings. Instead, we’re dealing with an old kind of mountain magic that one vengeful woman has wielded to bring a curse upon the man who scorned her, his entire family line of male offspring, as well as their one true loves…
I think what I loved most about the premise of this book was that we were dealing with a solitary shifter, a species with which we’re not familiar, meaning that we don’t exactly understand the rules of the curse which has befallen him…
There were several times throughout this read where I questioned if a happily ever after was even possible, and a sense of foreboding fills you with the turn of every page…