What’s a girl to do when the man who has been making love to her in her dream state shows up on her doorstep? Invite him in, and then get busy. So what if he’s slightly wacky. He’s hot! Krista is shocked at her own behavior but can’t seem to help herself. She’s been dreaming of this stranger for three months. Add in her compulsion to move to Cardiff from the United States and a dare from her co-workers, and life can’t get much stranger.
Orrin is a Time Agent with one goal; to find the Were’s before they start dining on the locals. But once he’s on Earth, he is driven to find the woman he senses is near. The woman he’s been intimate with in his mind for months. She’s human and it should be impossible, but she calls to him and he can’t help but answer. Once they meet it is explosive, and the stakes go up concerning his mission. He believes the Were are after Krista. But why would they be?
The leader of the Were is convinced Krista is his mate, and will use anything and anyone to get what he feels is his. But Krista belongs to Orrin and the battle for her hand ensues.
For a short read that is ever so satisfying, packed full of spicy romance, fights to the death, and a happily ever after, Primal Heat is sure to light your fire.
Book Blurb for Primal Heat
Being an American in Britain isn’t easy. For Krista, its downright hard especially when she’s plagued by erotic dreams that increase as Halloween approaches. So when she’s given a dare by her co-workers to pluck a rose from the most haunted house in Cardiff, she agrees never thinking it would be more than a scare tactic.
As a Tracker, all Orrin wants to do is capture the Were’s before they feed off the people of Cardiff, but when he lands on Earth and discovers the woman he’s been sharing dreams with is there, he can’t help but find her. All he plans to do is talk, but the lust that flares between them leaves no room for talking.
But the Were’s have come for more than food. They’ve come for Krista, to claim her as the mate to their leader. To resist their seduction is futile. Unless a Tracker is involved.
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