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They’re from totally different worlds, but when worlds collide...sparks fly. 

When architect Persephone Lawson interviews for a job with the mysterious Evershaw family, she expects tough questions and maybe an odd request or two. She’s totally unprepared to confront a half-man, half-wolf monster and his best friend, who happens to be the hottest, toughest man she’s ever met. Too bad Percy’s nice, normal life has no room for shapeshifter shenanigans. 

Dodge upholds the alpha’s law in his pack and spends the rest of his time just gettin’ by. That’s good enough, until he’s tasked to retrieve beautiful, sassy Persephone before she endangers the pack. She turns his world upside down with just one look, and makes a simple job anything but. When she bolts for freedom, Dodge is determined to hunt her down and keep her safe. 

Percy fights to get back to normal even if it means never seeing Dodge again. But as supernatural enemies pile up around them, the most dangerous man she knows might be the only one who can save her.

©2019 Layla Nash (P)2020 Layla Nash

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  • Kayla Douglas
  • 12-02-2021

Love this series BUT...

I love all the prior books in the city shifters series, but this book ground my gears. It is different than the others, with lots of doubting on both sides and miscommunication. Also the pack WAY oversteps and messes with the relationship. Lastly, the author made a story error and said that Detective Greer O’Brien was mated to one of the Lions. She is mated to Malcolm, the Grizzly shifter.

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