Detective Pale Rysen, an Alpha, is determined to secretly rebuild the Wolf packs from the ashes of genocide. When a killer starts picking off young females looking for sanctuary, it's his job to protect them. Forced to work with a hated enemy, he fears his cover will be blown.
Jade-Scarlet's membership in the powerful Order of the Sibile has always been controversial. A half-wolf, Jade's unstable psychic powers are a disappointment to her mercenary handlers. So when the Oracle commands her to work with Pale, Jade must prove herself...even if it means challenging the enigmatic shifter.
Yet Pale triggers more than her curiosity. He sends her into Heat, and the intense sexual attraction could mean losing control of her giftssomething she can't allow. As the number of victims rises, so does the danger. A murderous darkness wants them both dead. But even if they stop the killer, how long can they fight each other?
©2010 Dee Tenorio (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
This is the worse book, the plot is nonexistent. The dialogue is corny. The narrator was horrible. Please reconsider before you spend your money.
Contrary to the other review listed for this book, I found Tempting the Enemy to be a good read. In as much as plot, I found no special weakness or plot problems myself. The characters are well-written (dialogue and character development) and the pace moves nicely without being too bogged down in places. It grabs you up front and keeps you moving along well. All in all a pleasant summer read. I really liked the narration as well and hope to see more from both author and narrator in the future.
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