What a scorcher. I thoroughly enjoyed the vivid story telling. I was totally caught up in Trea and Hudson's love story. This is definitely a love story to the tenth degree.
Trea's life is changed with one shot. Fearing for her life and on the run with nothing more than the clothes on her back she heads to the Turquoise Moon Sanctuary. She makes it to the gate on fumes and has to head for the woods where she literally runs into her mate. Hudson takes her in and proceeds to court her. This leads to a very tantalizing trip to the claiming of his mate and her inner beast.
Running for her life, Chantrea Morgan, unmated and approaching her time of change, stumbles through the night only to be rescued by a gorgeous yet dangerous male. Blinded by instant recognition of her mate, she clings to him, her only means of salvation. Her body burns for him. Her heart aches with the need to be claimed by this wild Texas panther.
Hudson Cates, warrior of the Turquoise Moon tribe of shifters, saves his grieving mate and brings her home to claim her in the only way he can…with orgasmic pleasure, savage possession and a raw sensuality that is bred into their species. In a ritual as old as time, only he, aided by another male from their tribe, can help Trea embrace her panther beast.