Madeline has lived a good quiet life as an aspiring scientist, but all of that changes when she’s at the wrong place at the wrong time. Not only does she witness a gruesome robbery on board a moving train, but her entire life changes too. Just one night, one night when she wanted to forget everything will make her future completely different. The curvy young woman was not prepared for what was going to happen, and the worst part is, she might lose her heart right along with everything else.
Thatch and Tex are werewolf Alpha twins, ex Navy SEALs and members of the elite Squad Six. They didn’t expect to find their mate and even less were they prepared to lose her, but fate has its ways of messing with even the toughest shifters’ plans. But when they find her again by chance, now the mother of their firstborn sons, all bets are off.
Risking their loyalty, their future and their friendships, the brothers will do anything that they have to in order to keep their mate and their sons safe. Yet sheer force of will means nothing when they’re pitted against the most dangerous terrorists in the world. And they want blood.
Will Madeline, Tex and Thatch find their happiness or are the sharp claws of destiny too brutal to pass through?
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Anya Nowlan loves growly bears, hot sex and writing about both. The sexier and naughtier the better. She mostly writes paranormal and fantasy novellas and novels, focusing on shifters and their lucky mates. Her stories are often bite-sized, just what you need to soothe that craving for brave women and strong alphas with a big side-order of some smuttiness.
Anya lives in Boston with her boyfriend and several dogs of varying sizes and levels of mischief. She can’t go through a day without chocolate and has an unhealthy addiction to purses, but every girl is allowed her little vices, right?
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