Carter Ray has vowed off men. She and her daughter, Jellybean, have found refuge in the mostly female-populated town of Helen’s Corner. She wants nothing to do with the visiting wolf shifter, despite his wickedly delicious scent that drives her bear into a frenzy.
The last thing Alec Patterson expected to find in the small southwestern town was his mate. Now, what’s he supposed to do with his fiancée?
NOTE: In the late 1800’s, on a homestead in New Mexico, a female shifter named Helen Cartwright was widowed under mysterious circumstances. Helen knew there was power in the feminine bonds of sisterhood, and she provided an oasis for those like herself, female shifters who had been dealt the short end of the stick. Like magic, women have flocked to the tiny town of Helen’s Corner ever since. Although, nowadays, some call the town by another name, Hell’s Crazy Corner.
Hell on Earth
Brenda K. Davies FREE
Wren It’s been fourteen years since the gateway to Hell opened and life as I knew it ended. I managed to survive the Wilds, but now I have a chance to build a better world for all Wilders. Unfortunately, it means working with the demons I’ve always considered my enemies.
Joining with the demons wouldn’t be a horrible prospect, except it means dealing with Corson. Somehow, the irritating demon gets under my skin until I’m not sure if I want to kiss him or kill him. As we grow closer, the more memories of my long-buried past slip free, leaving me unsure of what’s real and what’s not…
Corson I assumed joining the Wilders to hunt down the creatures that escaped Hell was a job I’d enjoy. Not only can I kill my enemies, but I also have a chance to get closer to Wren. I wasn’t expecting the stubborn woman to go out of her way to avoid me.
The more time we spend together, the more I realize she might prefer me dead, but there’s nothing I won’t do to keep her safe. However, when a lethal threat rises, I fear keeping Wren alive may be impossible.
To say I’m having a rough century would be a vast understatement.
I’m on the run, plagued by visions of death, and forced to rely on the man who killed my husband. Yeah, my life is just peachy.
But when the truth shakes out, I find that maybe Rhys didn’t ruin my life those many years ago. Maybe he saved it.