Cat shifter Bree Dwyer doesn't fear much. Ironically, what she fears most is the person who was put on the Earth just for her. Your true mate wasn't supposed to be cruel and twisted; wasn't supposed to be someone who'd never love or want to claim you. The rumors that her true mate is dead bring her only relief. Bree's intent on moving forward with her life and building a future with someone else. Sadly, the male she wants most is one she can never have—a hot-as-sin wolverine shifter who happens to be her boss . . . and the cousin of her predestined mate.
Aleksandr "Alex" Devereaux detests being bullshitted, but he's been lying to himself for years—pretending he thinks of Bree as extended family; that he doesn't want her so bad he aches with it; that he can't feel himself weakening against her pull. The night they spend together changes everything. He's done fighting himself on what he wants. Someone isn't happy about that. Possibly the same "someone" who's playing mind games with Bree, trying to scare her. They're succeeding, because too many leads point to the possibility that the culprit could be the one person that she's determined to believe is dead.
Contains mature themes.
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About Suzanne Wright
Suzanne Wright can’t remember a time when she wasn’t creating characters and telling their tales. Even as a child, she loved writing poems, plays, and stories. As an adult, Wright has published Here Be Sexist Vampires, The Bite That Binds, Taste of Torment, From Rags, Consumed, and the first three books of the Phoenix Pack series. Her only rule in writing a book is that it has to have a happy ending. Wright was born and raised in England and now lives in Liverpool with her husband and two children.
About Samantha Cook
Samantha Cook is a bookaholic obsessed with novels about strong, sexy, smart women. Audiobook narrating was as natural a choice as breathing. When not recording in her LA studio, she can be found wandering the museums of Paris, imagining herself as a Degas dancer, Chateaubriand’s Atala, Canova’s Psyche, David’s Josephine, or Venus (preferably with arms intact).