For her entire life, Rose Maxwell trained to become the next Prima on the Supernatural Council. Now that she’s stepped down, it’s time for this witch to focus on herself. And not think about her impulsive one-night stand with Damian Adams, a half-Demon Veterinarian who she can’t get out of her head. Neither of them is looking for a relationship. But when Rose is sentenced to community service at Damian’s animal sanctuary it becomes impossible for them to ignore their sparking attraction. A friends-with-benefits, no feelings, no strings arrangement works perfectly for them both.
After a sequence of dead-end jobs, it’s not until Rose tangos with two snarly demons that she thinks she’s finally found her path. However, this puts Damian back on the periphery of a world he thought he left behind. He doesn’t approve of Rose becoming a Hunter, but if there’s one thing he’s learned about the stubborn witch, it was telling her not to do something was one sure-fire way to make sure she did.
Working—and sleeping—together awakens feelings Damian never knew he had…and shouldn’t have. Because thanks to his ex’s hex, if he falls in love, he’ll not only lose his heart—but his humanity.
Rose Maxwell had been training to be Prima ever since her older sister Violet failed to come into her powers, that all changed when Violet not only found her mate and bonded but she also gained her powers. Now she’s the Prima in training and Rose has to figure out what she wants to do with her life.
A girl’s night out is usually a way to sort things out, but this one has become Operation Equine Freedom. Rose spotted two very emaciated horses near a rundown barn on her way back to the city. She has plans for those horses to have good homes. With her sisters, Violet and Olive and her best friend Harper they set out with a horse trailer to collect the horses. Unfortunately for them the horses were at a very good home.
Damian Adams has been dragged out with friends Lincoln Thorne, North America Pack Alpha, his second Adrian Collins and Bax Donovan a Guardian Angel. His partner in the Marisol Animal Sanctuary and Clinic, Miguel is keeping watch over the animals tonight.
Then the phone call comes, from Violet to come get them at the police station. While Damian doesn’t have to go with them, he finds he wants to hear the whole story of why the Maxwell Triplets were busted.
The absolute best is when Rose is sentenced by the council to community service at the Marisol Animal Sanctuary and Clinic under the supervision of Dr. Damian Adams.
From trying new things, to working at the clinic Rose is dedicated. She’s also trying to find ways to filter donations to the clinic. She needs to be creative since Damian wants nothing to do with the bowing and scraping type charity affairs.
When she decides to take a Julian’s offer of a job hunting it sets Damian off because he doesn’t want her hurt or worse. Insisting on being her trainer and assigned to the same cases.
Then we have the physical attraction between these two that goes so much deeper than that. Both Rose and Damian are in denial as to what is happening between them which makes for some interesting scenes.
This book is lots of fun, with some laughter, tears and sizzle as well as a touch of action. I have to go back and read the first book in this series, it’s Violet’s story.
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April Asher, aka April Hunt, was hooked on romantic stories from the time she first snuck a bodice-ripper romance out from her mom’s bedside table. She now lives out her own happily-ever-after with her college-sweetheart husband, their two children, and a cat who thinks she’s more dog—and human—than feline. By day, April dons dark blue nursing scrubs and drinks way too much caffeine. By night, she still consumes too much caffeine, but she does it with a laptop in hand, and from her favorite side of the couch.
From the far left cushion, April Asher pens laugh-out-loud romantic comedies with a paranormal twist, but when she’s not putting her characters into embarrassing situations with supernatural entities, she also writes high-octane romantic suspense as April Hunt, her thrill-seeking alter ego.