On the Canadian frontier in 1875, nature is a harsh mistress. But the supernatural can really do you in. . .
A Lone Wolf
Nathan Lesperance is used to being different. He's the first Native attorney in Vancouver, and welcome neither with white society nor his sometime tribe. Not to mention the powerful wildness he's always felt inside him, too dangerous to set free. Then he met Astrid Bramfield and saw his like within her piercing eyes. Now, unless she helps him through the harsh terrain and the harsher unknowns of his true abilities, it could very well get him killed. . .
And The Woman Who Left The Pack
Astrid has traveled this path before. Once she was a Blade of the Rose, protecting the world's magic from unscrupulous men, with her husband by her side. But she's loved and lost, and as a world-class frontierswoman, she knows all about survival. Nathan's searing gaze and long, lean muscles mean nothing but trouble. Yet something has ignited a forgotten flame inside her: a burning need for adventure, for life--and perhaps even for love. . .
Praise for The Blades of the Rose
"Crackles with adventure, a rich sense of place, and terrific characterization." --Mary Jo Putney on Warrior
"The action explodes on page one and the pace never lets up. You're gonna love The Blades of the Rose." --Ann Aguirre, national bestselling author of Hell Fire on Rebel
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When the Heirs of Albion killed her husband, Astrid retreated from the world - all the way to the Canadian frontier where she isolated herself in a tiny remote cabin, cutting herself off from friends ... Read full review
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I am not a paranormal, shifter reader and I have this book because it was free down-load. I really enjoyed it and can't wait to read more of her work. The love scenes were so expressively written and ... Read full review