Jessica Macks is a she-wolf on the run from a band of murderous rogues. When she finds a job at a shifter bar, it seems like a safe haven from her hunted life on the road. But the minute she walks through the swinging doors of the Blue Moon Saloon and comes face-to-face with the man she once loved, she’s tempted to march right back out. No way, no how is she risking her heart to that infuriating alpha bear again.
Simon Voss thought he lost everything in an ambush months before: his home, his family, his past. His new job at the Blue Moon Saloon is a desperately needed fresh start on life. Then along comes Jessica, the irresistible she-wolf his clan forced him to reject years before. When Simon is obliged to hire Jessica and work side by side with the one woman to ever make his bear go wild, he’s half in heaven, half in hell. He hasn’t forgotten her, and she sure as hell hasn’t forgiven him. Is this just another path to heartbreak or his last chance to claim his destined mate?
Lowe, Anna. Damnation – Bonus Edition (Kindle Locations 665-672). Twin Moon Press. Kindle Edition.
Jessica was worn out and tired of running. She’d gotten aid from the most powerful pack in the desert Southwest and now all she wanted was a job and a place to live for herself and her sister. She thought she’d found that in the Saloon Tina Hawthorne ushered them into. Then the brothers who were running the place came out. It was Soren and Simon Voss.
Simon wasn’t sure he could do this. Jessica was the one he’d loved and pushed away all those years ago. But he didn’t have a choice. They owed the Twin Moon pack. The least they could do was to give the girls a chance at a fresh start.
But when their joint past snuck back in, would Jessica give him a second chance. Their problems started with a human child lost in the forest around a campground. A forest fire burning near by. A photo of Jessica in the newspaper. What next???
The starting point for yet another wonderful series from this author! The ties to the first series are everywhere, yet this one is distinctly different! It is something to read!