Ophelia walked away from her life as a prostitute, hell-bent on a fresh start--and a new career. But managing the bloodhound manor in Iron Creek is like juggling knives while putting out fires. And then there's her inconvenient attraction to Hunter. One minute, the feral new hound seems determined to claim her. The next, he won't even look at her.
Having survived the violence of his first full moon out of a cage, Hunter now faces his first new moon. He's almost gotten a handle on his unacceptable lust for Ophelia when she makes him an offer he should --but can't--refuse: to be the woman who sates his desires during the new moon's three long days of sexual fury. Never mind the chance that he could hurt her--she longs to settle into a respectable life, and what he wants from her is anything but respectable.
Their mutual goal is simple: avoid entanglements. It's a solid plan--until a vampire drug lord and a couple of nosy Guild representatives force them to work together to defend their friends and everything they hold dear.
Including each other.