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Released: May 10, 2011
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Serengeti Shifters #4
Oh how much fun I have when I get two of my favorite things. A pack of hot shifters in a cowboy type setting.We first met Zoe as the wild sister of our pack Alpha, Landon. After they used to roam and were not used to what it entails being in a pack; Zoe now finds herself restless about being stuck in a little town in the middle of nowhere. And maybe the reason she has stayed this long has a name. Tyler Minor.
I can’t blame the girl, Tyler is everything a woman can dream of having. He’s not only deliciously hot and sexy, but he’s the rock of his family. He raised his brothers and sister himself, he is a pillar of the community, strong and dependable. Oh, and he’s a mechanic who doesn’t mind getting down and dirty.
Tyler has wanted Zoe, crazy, wild child, strong-willed and stubborn Zoe, for way too long. But when he decides to have her, it will be forever. He has no interest in being a passing adventure, an item to check off her list of to-dos before she moves on.
After the Pack is being put on a lockdown to prevent the humans from finding out what they are, Zoe and Tyler are assigned to investigate. Or more to the point, Zoe takes it upon herself to investigate and Tyler needs to make sure she stays safe.
What they now uncover will change the future of the Pack, and maybe the way they associate with other shifters as well. There’s a bigger threat out there than they would’ve imagined and this will only be the beginning.
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