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Book 8

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She calms his beast. He gives her strength.



Noah was taken when he was a boy and forced to live in a world that no child should, he never thought he’d be free. He was now though, in body at least. His mind held more scars than his abused body did. Despite his fractured soul, he was determined to do everything possible to shut down the forces out there that destroyed lives and ruined the minds of so many of his kind.


He thought he was working through his own damage, at least in his own way, until he found one captive with emerald green eyes that haunted his every dream and powered all his nightmares. The mate he’d found and lost in the same moment all those years ago.


Emersyn had two driving forces that kept her alive and helped her live through the horrors of her life. The first one was her daughter and determined to keep it together until she could find her again. The second one was a man, she didn’t know, whom she had only seen once half a decade ago. He’d been carried from her place of torment covered in blood and she was sure he was dead. The thought of him, a stranger fighting for her gave her the will to continue and not succumb to misery’s hold on her.


When he freed her from the chains, he vows to find her little girl and reunite them, no matter what. She believes him and knows her only chance of surviving in the outside world is to stay by his side.




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In Jacqueline Paige's Animal Senses Series, hearts and tempers collide with wild passions and animal instincts.


Animal shifters live among normal humans (one-forms) and have since the dawn of time. They blend in without any cause for notice until a crime organization finds out and starts hunting them to sell off across the globe.


The shifter alliance is formed to protect all their kind. Their teams are working endlessly to rescue all of theirs from lives of servitude and shutting down any involvement in the underground organization.



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