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CATS and dogs shouldn’t fall in love. Like any wolf, detective Nate Rivera knows this. He can’t help it if the tigress he’s been trading quips with at the supermarket is the most alluring woman he’s ever met—sassy too, which suits him down to his designer boots.
Evina Mohajit is aware their flirtation can’t lead to more. Still, she relishes trading banter with the hot werewolf. This hardworking single mom hasn’t felt so female since her twins’ baby daddy left to start his new family. Plus, as a station chief in Resurrection’s Fire Department, she understands the demands of a dangerous job.
Their will-they-or-won’t-they tango could go on forever if it weren’t for the mortal peril the city’s shifter children fall into. To save them, Nate and Evina must team up, a choice that ignites the sparks smoldering between them.
“Weaving the police procedural with her inventive love scenes [made] this book one I could not put down.”—The Romance Reviews
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IF a cop was a werewolf, the half-fae city of Resurrection was a fine place to work. America’s only supe-friendly metropolis offered plenty of excitement. Just as important, shifters didn’t have to hide their dual nature. RPD detective Nate Rivera was glad of that. He liked being who he was.
He especially liked that his spacious loft apartment was a perfect expression of his personality.
The decor was sharp of course, every item selected for style and quality. He’d bought the converted warehouse space in his early twenties, with money his mother (a decorated cop herself) had left him at her death. A couple payments remained on the mortgage but—like the rest of his life—that was under control.