Can a faery shape-shifter find happiness with a werewolf?
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Teri Pennington is a faery shape-shifter on the run from her family and duties she doesn’t want. She is weary of her current job as a photographer and ready for a change when she gets stranded in the middle of Kansas and meets her reluctant white knight. He wants to help her for the night and send her on her way the next day. But she isn’t that easy to get rid of…not when she’s attracted to the handsome, gruff, secretive cowboy. Yet she can’t stay with him for long and risk exposing her secret, something he could never understand.
Seth Stevenson is an alpha werewolf without a pack, struggling to live a somewhat normal life as a rancher and keep his secret. He’s been successful, until a delicate woman so wrong for him suddenly crashes into his life. His protective instincts and his strong desire for her bring danger to his life. He can’t afford to fall in love with her and risk her learning what he really is. But how can he let go of the one woman he’s met that accepts the dominant side of him?
Seth waited until the tiny woman beside him buckled her seat belt before he started up the truck. In the diner she hadn’t seemed quite so small, so delicate. Fragile women weren’t his style. They made him nervous, like if he dared to touch them, he’d break them. With his genetic background, that could easily happen. He was a big man, nearly six-foot-four and was used to towering over most people. His body was bulky, ranch-work hardened. Added to that, he was an alpha male, had been…. No, he didn’t want to go there about that.
He glanced at her and then the road. She’d barely looked able to tote that duffel of hers let alone having carried it from wherever her car had broken down. Nope, not my kind of woman. Not that he was even thinking about getting involved with another woman after the recent hellish divorce he’d gone through.
Still, there was something about the little blonde that got to him. Made him think of rumpled sheets and sweat from hours of raunchy sex. He swore under his breath. He was helping this gal out and then getting as far from her as possible. No more getting involved with human females. He’d definitely learned a lesson with Sarah. Fortunately he’d come to his senses and ended the marriage before she’d had time to learn what he really was.