Beowulf is a werewolf and running a club called the Wulf's Den. One night the doors open and Roxie steps in with her friend Candice, who had to bug Roxie to get her to come to the club or any club for that matter. Roxie believes no handsome man will look at her so when she sees Beowulf at the bar she gulps her wine and gags. She goes to the bathroom, come out and starts to fall and Beowulf catches her. Beowulf knows he has found his mate in Roxie but can he convince her of that?
The author weaves a fascinating paranormal romance that is entertaining and a page-turner. You will want to read it.
When Roxie and her friend, Candice, decided on a girls' night out, she couldn't have imagined what Wulf's Den would have in store for them. For one thing, it had a super-abundance of super-hot men. For another, the best of the bunch immediately turned to stare at her like he wanted to devour her. Then the next thing she knew, strange markings showed up on her wrist and the hunk was saying she was his.
Beowulf had waited an eternity to find his mate. He hardly imagined he'd find her at Wulf's Den when he entered that night, but there could be no denying it, not from the very first instant her scent filled his lungs. He would claim her. Immediately. Nothing would deter him, not even that she was a mortal. She would learn what she needed to know of werewolves from him, soon enough.
Yet, as if her mortality didn't provide obstacle enough to their mating, two other males aimed to claim her themselves. If Beowulf and Roxie weren't smart and careful, their life together would end before it could properly start.
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released by another publisher, under another title and has been re-edited and revised for this version.