The Jaguar's Secret Baby

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Hank has dreamed of Tracy for years, but has never been back to the small airport in Texas owned and run by her werewolf Pack. Tracy was left with a hot memory of her night in Hank’s arms, and a beautiful baby girl who is the light of her life. She didn’t tell Hank about his daughter, but when he finally returns and discovers the daughter he’s never known, he’ll do all he can to set things right. More
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About Bianca D'Arc

Bianca D’Arc lives on Long Island, in New York. She is the daughter of a Dutch immigrant to the U.S. and a materials scientist who worked on America's space program, including such projects as the lunar module, space shuttle and most of the Apollo missions. She earned a university degree in chemistry, and later, graduate degrees in library science and law. Forsaking the corporate world soon after the terrible events of 9/11/01, she began her writing career in earnest in late 2005. She focuses on the paranormal, sci fi and fantasy genres of romance, and loves creating happy-ever-afters for her characters.

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About the Series: Tales of the Were - Jaguar Island
Jaguar shifters find the love of their lives.

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Reviews of The Jaguar's Secret Baby by Bianca D'Arc

Heather Bowron reviewed on March 13, 2019

Hank is the go-to shifter for his clan and his family, Tracy is the pack Alpha's daughter and they had a magical night a few years ago before things kind of blew up in the jaguar world. Hank finally makes it back to see Tracy and finds a surprise waiting for him along with Tracy. However he's got to do a job for his Alpha before he can get down to spending much time with Tracy. I LOVE this book and I LOVE that the characters are strong and powerful but also show humility and caring. And naturally I definitely LOVE the fact they are both intelligent, not too stupid to live, though there are some parts where I wonder about them LOL.
(reviewed 58 days after purchase)
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