A Guardian's Desire

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A Guardian's Desire

Freya Daniels is a warrior on a mission. The mission is one she isn’t happy about. Escorting 3 werewolf society debutantes to a pack party to find mates, is not her idea of fun. Her mission is to keep the girls in line and out of trouble until they are claimed and make suitable marriage contracts. What she doesn’t count on is being claimed by what she thinks is a delta male. Unfortunately, Rayne is Fenris Modhirsson’s beta. Fenris is the alpha of the Icelandic pack, and plans to claim Freya also. Freya, being a dominant and an alpha, doesn’t think this is such a great idea.
At the crux of the story is the ability to trust another with control of a relationship. Trusting another to not hurt your or abuse your trust can be difficult for anyone. For Freya, it’s almost impossible. In the end though, Freya, Fenris and Rayne manage to strike a beautiful balance that leads to happiness for all.
This novella was well worth the read and I enjoyed it immensely. The characters are well developed and will draw you into their world. And the little bit of mystery thrown in was a pleasant twist to a hot and steamy love story.
Special Notes: This is an erotic work and contains scenes of male/male sexual interaction as well as ménage scenes. It should not be read by those under the age of 18.
 


Book Blurb for A Guardian's Desire

When bounty hunter Freya Daniels attends a pageant for werewolf debutantes and suitors, she's far too busy enjoying the perks of wealth and ceremony to realize she's being watched. When she meets the submissive wolf Rayne, she cannot believe her luck. The androgynous male is just made for her voracious appetite. But she's not expecting the beta wolf to come with a very dominant and powerful Alpha, Fenris.
Fenris is just as much of a warrior as Freya and twice the brute. While she would normally never consider dating a bull like Fenris, there is something different about the Alpha, something even she can't deny: the attraction between wolf-mates. Together Rayne and Fenris are not only more than she can handle, but all the guardian could ever desire...if only she could admit that to herself.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, ménage (m/f/m), sex while in shifted animal form, violence.


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2008 3.75