Synopses & Reviews
Love comes howling when—and where—you least expect it. Legacy, Book 2
Isaiah Striker puts family first, the pack a distant second. Which is precisely the reason he’s in noisy, crowded Chicago instead of alone in his beloved woods. One look at the owner of Haven nightclub, however, and a simple favor for his brother turns into something else entirely. Meredith Cross holds her small pack together with sheer determination. After years on the run, they hide in the glare of the city’s nightlife. Isaiah may heat her blood, but she can’t afford to risk the lives of the outcast half-breeds in her care. Once exposed, every bounty hunter and werewolf purist in smelling distance will hunt them down. But when their sexual attraction spirals out of control, a moment’s distraction is all it takes to lead danger right to Meredith’s door. For Meredith there’s only one choice: her pack. But Isaiah knows his mate when he sees her. And he’s not giving up without a fight. Warning: This book contains hot sex, a jazzy nightclub, sexy werewolves, rogue werewolves, nasty bounty hunters, a mysterious vampire, and did I mention hot sex?
It’s another fast paced, action packed look into the world of werewolves and the hunters who seek to destroy them…The plot is smooth, the emotions passionate and intense and the integration of the secondary characters seamless.
~4.5 Nymphs, Literary Nymphs Reviews
The only thing Isaiah Striker cares about is family, which is how he finds himself in Chicago doing a favor for his brother.
After years of running, Meredith Cross and her pack now operate Haven, an eclectic nightclub. The sexy, Isaiah Striker is a threat to pack security and to her peace of mind.
Their lives become entwined as the sexual attraction between them spirals out of control. When paranormal bounty hunters and purist werewolves threaten her pack, both she and Isaiah must overcome the constraints of their pasts if they hope to survive and have a future together.
About the Author
Once upon a time N.J. had the idea that she would like to quit her job at the bookstore, sell everything she owned, leave her hometown, and write romance novels in a place where no one knew her. And she did. Two years later, she went back to the bookstore and her hometown and settled in for another seven years. One Friday morning she gave notice at her job. On Sunday afternoon, she received a tentative acceptance for her first erotic romance novel, Annabelle Lee, and life would never be the same. Isaiah’s Haven is N.J.’s 43rd published title.