Former mercenary Jack Buchanan knows something is off about the entire Maitland clan. With unnatural strength and inexplicable speed, the family is dangerous. Despite the feeling in his gut, Jack can't resist the mysterious Mara Maitland. When he uncovers her secret, it does nothing to deter his craving for the woman.
As the clan's first female enforcer, Mara's job is simple: protect her pack at all costs. But the unattached males in her clan refuse to accept her as anything other than an advantageous mate. And now, with the multi-national corporation, Denon, determined to exploit them for their gain, Mara is forced to team up with her least-favorite human, Jack Buchanan to protect her species.
The more Jack gets under Mara's skin, the more she can't resist him. Suddenly, this tough and controlled enforcer is falling for a man she never dreamed she could love. But choosing him would mean relinquishing her role in the clan that she's determined to save. Losing Jack would destroy her—if their enemies don't do it first. Can Mara save her pack and protect her heart at the same time?
About the Author
USA Today Bestselling and Award-winning author L.B. Gilbert spent years getting degrees from the most prestigious universities in America, including a PhD that she is not using at all. She moved to France for work and found love. She's married now and has a polyglot 4 year old. The family moved back to California last year.
She has always enjoyed reading books as far from ￼her reality as possible but eventually the voices in her head told her to write her own. So far the voices are enjoying them. And judging by the awards, a few other people are as well. You can check out the geeky things she likes on ￼twitter @elementalauthor or facebook www.facebook.com/elementalsauthor
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