Reality as Shannon Newman know it is blown away when her baby sister is killed. Neither money or society position can protect her from the reality that vampires do exist and walk among us.
She has finally tracked Deacon Slater down to the small town of Forever, Texas and she has come to make him pay end his undead existence. Yet two men seem to thwart her every attempt. Daniel and Anderson Holmes, two of the hottest men Shannon has ever seen, are standing in her way. The cousins know Shannon is there mate and try to get her to give up her vendetta before it gets her and them killed. They are determined to protect her even from herself.
This series just keeps getting better. The stories, although they carry on a theme, have individual story lines that keep each one unique. The man characters are not shallow or stereo-typical paranormal caricatures. They are strong, independent types with minds and opinions of their own. The town is the type many long to live in, picturesque, warm and friendly.
From the moment I opened the book and read about Shannon's past, and the pain that she carries, all the way to the final scene I did not want to put it down.
Wild for Her is the fifth in the series, but can easily be read as a standalone. There is enough information to explain references to the previous books, but only just enough. Those same tidbits leave you wanting to read more about the characters mentioned. So I recommend reading the series in its entirety starting from the beginning.
Jane Jamison is a talented author who uses her words to draw us into the world of shifters, vampires and other supernatural beings. She makes us glad we came for a visit and wish we could stay forever. Pick up a copy today!
Shannon Newman’s out to stake the vampire that killed her younger sister. Yet her attempts keep getting foiled by two of the sexiest men alive. She’s burning to kill the vampire, but she’s even hotter to have the men between her legs. Werewolves Daniel and Anderson Holms recognized Shannon as their future mate. But they’re less than thrilled to find out she’s out to kill a vampire friend. Keeping their friend alive proves a lot harder than getting Shannon into their bed, but they won’t give up. Trouble is, neither will she. Even after she finds out that they’re werewolves, can they make Shannon realize she’s got the wrong vampire, but found the right men? Or will they die trying to keep the vampire and their future mate apart? Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among cousins.