The stunning conclusion to the Bitten Point series.
Once upon a time a girl loved a boy, but married another man. What a mistake, especially since that man has been using her as part of his sick plot to experiment on shifters. And he’s got a plan to use their sons.
Over my dead body. But Melanie might need help keeping her boys safe.
Wes is keeping secrets, lots of them, but he doesn’t have a choice. The people he cares about are in danger and he’ll do anything to protect them, but that struggle intensifies when the girl he never stopped loving is drawn into danger.
Can this gator meet the challenge of not only freeing himself from the blackmailing grip of Bittech, but find a way to be with Melanie too?
This book is a stunning ending to this series. As much as I hate to see it end.
With the destruction of one Bittech facility, Andrew has moved everyone who survived to a new higher security one. Before he takes up residence there he has one more thing to do, get his wife and children.
Melanie is livid, her only thought is to kill him. She doesn’t love him, she never did, but the shifter she loved broke her heart.
Wes left Melanie because of his bad blood. He didn’t want her tainted by his family’s reputation. Now he is drawn into a battle not only to keep Melanie and her boys safe but to save others as well.
This is a favorite scene after Mel escapes from her husband kind of with Wes’ help and her brother Daryl takes her to their mother’s.
Through the windshield, Melanie could see the aluminum door at the front hanging drunkenly, the thicker wooden one wide open. More terrifying of all was the sight of her mother wailing on the step, a hand held to her head, blood streaking through her fingers.
The hair on Melanie’s body hackled.
“Mama!” No sooner had the car skidded to a stop than both she and Daryl spilled out and ran to their mother. She couldn’t help but smell the lingering trace of something reptilian. Her heart raced a mile a minute, and she couldn’t stop a fluttery panic.
“What happened?” Daryl barked.
“I tried to stop it,” her mother wailed. “But the monster thing batted me aside as if I were nothing. Then he licked me.” A shudder went through her mother as she grimaced. “And I froze. I couldn’t move a muscle as that monster took the bambinos.”
“My boys? He took my boys?” Melanie’s voice pitched as the horror of what happened hit.
“I am so sorry. I couldn’t stop him. The lizard monster came and took them both.”
It took everything Melanie had not to shriek. But she couldn’t help grabbing her hair in two fists and pulling hard. She needed the pain to focus, anything to not think of what might happen to her precious babies.
Daryl knelt before their mother. “This creature, did he fly away with them? Run off? Do you know which way it went? Perhaps I can pick up its trail.”
A shake of her head and their mother explained. “I don’t think he did either. I heard an engine. Someone drove that thing here, and he took the bambinos.” Fresh tears and wails shook her mother’s body, and even though Melanie wanted to shake and curse and scream herself, instead, she wrapped the rotund body in her arms and rocked with her mothers. Tears streamed down her cheeks.
That bastard took my babies.
And she was going to get them back.
She just didn’t know how. No one did.
Gator’s Challenge (Bitten Point Book 4) (Kindle Locations 241-255). Kindle Edition.
Anger is the primary emotion for both Mel and Wes, more so when they find out the plans Andrew and Wes’ Uncle Parker have in store for them and the children.
A nail-biting read with lots of action to keep you turning the pages and scenes meant to melt the panties. A story that shows love, and the strength drawn from it, can indeed conquer all. I definitely got more than a few giggles out of the antics of the twins, and some conversations between Mel and Wes. But I got weepy too, love it when an author makes me cry.
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Hello, my name is Eve and I am a Canadian author who loves to write hot romance, usually with hot shifters, cyborgs or aliens. I should warn you that I possess a twisted imagination and a sarcastic sense of humor something I like to let loose in my writing.
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