Small-town sheriff, Mike Hadley, would love to experience a headache-free day for once in his life. Unfortunately, that's not going to happen anytime soon. While investigating a rash of disappearances and dealing with his ornery lover, he's thrown into a whole new world he never imagined existed.
Damien Marks has finally found a place to call home in Los Lobos, South Dakota, with the Black Hills Pack. He also stumbles across something he never thought he would - his mate. Falling hard, he decides he needs to come clean and tell the truth. But will his sexy lover accept what he is?
Embroiled in a potentially dangerous situation, both men have to decide where their loyalties lie - with duty or love?
What does Dan Shorewood bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
His low steady gait gives the story air to paint the image of the characters in my mind as I listen rather than quickly scanning to the love scenes.
Any additional comments?
Love this narrator, and can't wait to hear more from him!
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