Human-raised Nate Rollins struggles to unite all werekind, worldwide, into one kingdom.
Building a kingdom is hard when you don’t have a country of your own.
With enemies attacking his family and pack, Nate must defend them all while striving to fulfill the charge given him by the Progenitors. But that’s not easy when both human and were leaders don’t yet have a reason to trust him.
As Nate’s step-father, Dusty was tortured for two full decades for preventing evil forces from finding his step-son before he could protect himself.
With Nate grown and his captivity over, all Dusty wants is to settle down with his true mate and create a blended family. But every time he approaches her, she runs.
Widowed, Nettie won’t take the risk her true mate will be as evil as the alpha she was forced to mate. After years of spousal abuse, the thought of mating again is terrifying. Even if her true mate is the king’s step-father.
Besieged by enemies within and without, will Nate keep his people safe, or will rogue vampires destroy the were and enslave humans?
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My first by this author and certainly not the last. I really loved it! It was fast paced and very easy to get lost in it. – Jann
This was an action pack story that may be part of a series but can be read as a stand a lone story. Once I read this book it just made me want to read the beginning books to the series. Once I did it made me realise that this story is even better when read after the others in the series but not necessary to enjoy this book. This is a very well written and entertaining story to read. – Donna Hokanson
Kept me from beginning to end and still looked for more… did not want the story to end excellently written. – Jo Ann Boothby
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