Lilly is a female lynxcat, a woman who can transform into a female lynx cat. She is going into a big fight at this moment. However, it is not a fist fight but a verbal one. She has a business transaction with Dante, the werewolf she hates. Lilly has a problem before she gets to Dante’s house; she goes into a heat cycle. She cannot stand what is happening to her body because she cannot find sexual relief unless she mates or masturbates. While still in the car she masturbates and Dante sees her do it. Dante, who has always run from Lilly, cannot stay away from her because of her smell. Dante has a problem of his own. His father has told him he must marry in a week or he will give the alpha wolf position to someone else. Dante gets it into his head that he will marry Lilly and give her the land she is seeking from the business transaction. He has to convince Lilly to do this. Can he convince her will he be forced to lose his position as top werewolf?
The author has created a tale that is so hot in some spots; you will need either a fan or an ice cube to cool yourself off. Both main characters grab your attention, however, the author’s graphic detail of Dante gives you a smiley face that lasts for a while.
Who says a wolf can’t make a pussycat purr?
Perfect timing has never been Lilly Prescott’s long suit. Seconds before a showdown with werewolf Dante Morgan, who owns a property that by rights should belong to her, she goes into heat. Not a simple event for a lynx shifter. No, she’s doomed to weeks of frustration that can only be soothed by frequent rolls in the hay—or her hand. Unfortunately, Dante accidentally witnesses the latter.
Left shaken and highly aroused in the snow, Dante can’t believe he’s attracted to the woman who drives him crazy, and not in a good way. Worse, his father has issued an ultimatum. Marry, or abdicate his place as pack leader. On the other hand, it’s the perfect leverage. Lilly will get her land…in exchange for a wedding ring and all the sexual satisfaction she can handle.
Marry Dante? No doubt he’s a poster boy for Hunks ’R’ Us, but he’s rude, arrogant and Lilly’s sworn enemy. Not to mention the thought of losing her independence is frightening as hell.
When they find themselves falling victim to their own charade, though, it’s anything but hell. It’s heaven, and the last thing either of them wants. The real thing.
This book contains redneck werewolves, inconvenient hormones, and a whole new use for cat toys. Uncontrollable meowing may occur.