Bound: Guardians at War


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What would you do if someone told everything you thought you knew about the world, about yourself, wasn’t just wrong but complete and total bullshit? That’s what happens to Alexa Hawthorne. After saving her life from a crazed pretty boy out for revenge, Kaleb Darke sits in her kitchen, bold as brass, and tells her she isn’t human. Alexa obviously thinks he might be an escapee from an insane asylum even though he has a brother that’s backs him up and even her closest friend Teresa agrees with him. Then, just when she is about to call for the men in white coats he stands up, strips off… and shifts into a gigantic freaking wolf. After unceremoniously fainting in a heap on the floor, Alexa awakens to more bad news. Not only is she not human but now the wolf-man has inadvertently started what he calls the Mating process and if they spend too much time apart it will kill them both until its completed. Together they set off to find the Seer, a psychic being who sent Kaleb in her direction, each with their own motives. Alexa is looking for a fix to the little Mating hiccup and hopefully some answers about what she is and Kaleb is searching for absolution for a past sin. Will they find what they’re looking for now that they are BOUND?

Bound is a plus-length novel and the first in the Guardians at War series. 18+ readers is advised as there is explicit sexual scenes and a somewhat less than formal vocabulary :) .

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