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With battle lines drawn and evil forces gathering in the shadows, the League of Guardians is all that stands between chaos and the human realmâ€¦
Logan Winters, an elite hellhound shifter, wants to forget his allegiance to the League and the pain heâ€™s suffered because of it. But when heâ€™s ordered to retrieve Kira Dove from purgatory and bring her back to life, he canâ€™t refuse. Not only will her death affect the balance between the realms, sheâ€™s also linked to a past he canâ€™t forget.
Kira Dove, a young woman murdered before her time, wanders the gray realm, alone and vulnerable. The one bright spot in her life is the memory of a mysterious protector who saved her once before. As she makes her way through this terrifying place, she canâ€™t help but wonderâ€¦will he come for her again?
As Logan races to save her, he knows he faces a nearly impossible task: How can a hellhound survive in the one place he shouldnâ€™t ever be? The wrong side of hellâ€¦
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â€śYou donâ€™t understand.â€ť
â€śI understand more than you know.â€ť
She pointed to grass-cutting man once more. â€śHe died a few years ago. Mergerone couldnâ€™t wait to tell me. So why is he here? Why am I here?â€ť Her voice rose several notches. â€śHow could I have been at a market in the Caribbean and in Central Park within an hour of each other? On what planet is that possible?â€ť
A dark sliver of energy materialized on the far side of the park. Logan growled and took the last step until he was inches from her. â€śLook, lady. We donâ€™t have time for tea and cookies and twenty-five fucking questions.â€ť
She totally ignored him, which pissed him off. Usually when Loganâ€™s animal rumbled beneath his flesh, people took notice.
â€śYou rescued me from that . . . that thing all those years ago. I remember all of it. I know you too.â€ť
That surprised him.
â€śYou brought me back from the dark place. You saved me from the beast.â€ť
â€śThe beast?â€ť He snorted. If she only knew.
Her eyes were liquid pools and she nodded slowly. â€śYes, the beast. At least thatâ€™s what I call it.â€ť She paused. â€śI thought of you as my savior for the longest time, but thatâ€™s not what you are, is it?â€ť
She paused and then whispered. â€śSo what are you?â€ť
He watched her closely. â€śThe beast.â€ť