• Review: The Work Wife An on the Job Romance, #3

    I liked "The Work Wife" from the start to the end. Readers are in for their HEA as Jamie and Wes do professing their love to each other. However, as this story starts with them being best friends for the past five years there will be some twists and turns...

  • Review: Gumshoe Girl

    Andi Ramos introduces an entertaining new detective to the cozy genre. I knew Sheagan O’Hare was going to be different from the very first scene, because she truly came in like a wrecking ball. After her introduction I truly had no idea what she could...

  • Review: Mike The Firefighters of Station #8 Book 1

    Samanthya Wyatt introduces a sexy set of strong firefighters in this first in a series. Mike Armstrong and Cassie Peters are practically perfect for one another if it weren’t for their doubts and insecurities. A fireman and a school teacher really could...

  • Review: It's All About the Duke The Rakes of St. James, #3

    Amelia Grey delights Regency fans with this beautiful historical romance. I’ve been waiting for the Duke of Rathburne’s story and while at first I was shocked by his path I’m so glad he crossed Miss Marlena Fast’s. I truly fell in to this story, wrapped...

  • Review: Beguiled by the Forbidden Knight

    When I first began reading my first romance novels in junior high (much to the disapproval of my parents) I found myself quickly devouring historical-romances and almost immediately I knew that the genre was one that I would always love. My favorite theme...

  • Review: Echo Moon A Ghost Gifts Novel Book 3

    "Echo Moon" brings in a new character that helps us learn more of the story and ties it up nice and neat. This book focuses more on Phin/Pete, but Ms. Laura also brings in other characters to help him figure out how to have a life without the burden of...

  • Review: My Awfully Wedded Husband

    I read the blurb for this book and expected a light-hearted comedy that would keep me laughing. Instead, I got a drama. However, the drama I got was excellent. From cheating spouses and fights over property, this story brought you into four women’s lives...

  • Review: Blaze Underground Encounters, #6

    I have LOVED reading the various PNR books by Lisa Carlisle. The Underground Encounter series has not disappointed. "Blaze" is just as hot as all the other books in the series and is stand-alone, even though I recommend that the reader check out the other...

  • Article: Between Author and Heroine by Brenda Whiteside

    In every book I’ve written, there’s a little bit of me in the heroine. On the other hand, my characters take on a life of their own once I put my fingers to the keyboard. In The Power of Love and Murder , Penny Sparks has experienced much...

  • Review: Ocean Light Psy-Changeling Trinity, #2

    Life after Silence isn’t as easy or as straight forward as anyone would like in this new series by Ms Singh and her Psy/Changling/Human world. This is not the first book in this series but it can be read without having read the previous book. It does...

  • Review: Catch a Killer Secret Agents, #2

    Hannah is truly amazing. If I had taken all the hits she did, I don't’ think I would have survived. She keeps on kicking while keeping a secret not just from her team but the rest of the world. When her partner dies she packs up and moves to Boston for...

  • Review: Runaway Heiress A Dare to Defy Novel

    "Runaway Heiress," is a historical fiction novel that I thought I could undeniably fall for, unfortunately, I found myself almost loathing this story. However, to be fair the overall story did have a few and unquestionably limited moments when I found...

  • Article: The Murder That Inspired a Romantic #Mystery Novel, with @Kris_Bock #AuthorTravel

    Many writers are inspired by real events or people in their lives. This makes difficult situations a form of research. “This stinks, but maybe I can use it in a book!” I write romantic suspense for adults as Kris Bock and middle grade novels...

  • Review: Alien Captured Zyrgin Warriors Book 5

    Marie Dry has really knocked the ball out of the park with this Science Fiction alien romance. The fifth book in the Zyrgin Warriors series, "Alien Captured" is a nonstop adventure ride that will not only keep the reader engaged and turning pages but...

  • Article: Controlled Chaos AKA My Writing Space by Helen Henderson #WritingPlace

    How to describe my writing space? My first thought was a dark place inside my mind. After all, I write fantasy, sword fights, evil wizards, and life threatening situations are my stock in-trade. But I didn’t want to scare off readers so I shifted...

  • Article: How Do You Choose Between Love and Duty? by Alaina Stanford #LettersFromtheAuthors

    Order of Succession is the story of a naive girl second in line for the throne of a luxurious tropical destination planet who wants nothing more than to be a normal girl and marry her childhood love. When all her dreams are crushed she finds herself at...

  • Article: Ria Dimitra's Inspiration and Vision – The Visconti Devils and Heaven’s Irregulars

    Recently, I came to the conclusion that I have a very weird way of writing novels. When one hits me in the head, I sit down to write it, which always made sense to me. But I’ve had people ask me how long it takes me to write a novel, or how many...

  • Review: The One You Can't Forget The Ones Who Got Away, #2

    Rebecca just made me want to hug and cuddle her until she breathed easy. I felt for her so much. She’s got so much guilt eating her up for being a survivor it makes my heart ache. When she gets mugged her life changes nad two new people enter her life...

  • Review: Order of Protection A Courting Justice Novel, #1

    I was first introduced to Lexi’s book through a Susan Stoker book, and now I can’t read enough of her books. There is great humor in them and amazing, unforgettable characters. "Order of Protection" sucks you in from the beginning and doesn’t let go until...

  • Review: The Kiss Quotient

    I finished "The Kiss Quotient" because I was determined that this review be done on a fully finished book rather than a DNF, however if given my druthers, I would've stopped short less than halfway through. To be clear, I had reservations going in. The...

  • Review: Threat of Danger Mission Recovery Book 2

    "Threat of Danger" had me on the edge of my seat and filled me with so many emotions it wasn’t even funny. It also brings to light that you never truly know a person. Jess has dealt with trauma after being kidnapped by a serial killer and it haunts her...

  • Article: Tasha Black’s Top Five Celebrities Who Belong in PNR Books

    We’ve all played that dream casting game for our favorite books. And let’s face it, there are some super-hot celebrities out there who would be right at home in the pages of a steamy Paranormal or SciFi Romance. Here are my top choices to...

  • Review: Survival Instinct Van Zant Siblings-Brian Book One

    I admit that I put off reading Survival Instinct by Roxy Harte. Not because I wasn’t looking forward to reading it, but because I had a feeling that I was going to really enjoy it. I decided to save as one of my rewards, and make it part of...

  • Article: Cassandra Chandler's Top Five Science Fiction Movies of All Time

    As a kid, my parents would sometimes make the long drive to visit my grandparents who lived right next to the Tuscarawas River. If we arrived too early and it was a Saturday, the door to Grandpa’s study would be closed. It would slide open precisely...

  • Article: Summertime Paranormal Romance Reads! with Roxanne Rhoads

    Summertime….the days are long and the nights are warm. My youngest has just a few days of school left then we get to enjoy the season with a less hectic schedule. More time to read, more places to read. My swing is up, my comfy lounge chair is...

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Pack by Cassandra Chandler

The monsters of legend are not what we think—their origins much more distant. Dwellers are among us. A flitting shadow seen from the corner of your eye. An animal that’s not quite natural. Even a normal-seeming human you pass on the street. But for these alien organisms to make Earth their home, they need a host.

The greatest danger lurks beneath their skin.

Tessa has been as good as dead for seven years—ever since the dweller that killed her family decided to turn her into one of its kind. She’s kept the infection at bay while taking out as many dwellers as possible, but knows her time is almost up. Going out fighting was always her plan, until she meets a man with golden eyes and a touch that makes her want to change her destiny. A touch surely too gentle to belong to a werewolf…

Marcus has dedicated his life to the Blades of Janus, hoping to build peace between humans and dwellers and find a place for himself in the process. He’s used the strength, speed, and heightened senses of his own dweller nature with that single-minded focus—but when Tessa Rhodes storms into his life, all he can focus on is her.

Tessa’s arrival upsets the balance among all the Blades in Providence, awakening an urge Marcus has fought since he was turned—the longing for a pack. If he can convince her not to kill him, to let him fight at her side, they stand a chance against the dweller who infected her—and maybe a chance at something more.