Bound By Nature by Cooper Davis
A Forces of Nature Novel

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The mind may forget, but the heart remembers…

A Forces of Nature novel.

It doesn’t take Hayden Garrett’s college degree to figure out why Officer Josh Peterson is the last man alive he wants to face. Not because of the council’s harebrained idea to broker peace between their clans.

It’s the sweaty palms that prove Hayden never got over his embarrassing attraction to his alpha rival. Mate with him? Nothing fills Hayden with more desire—or dread. Josh doesn’t have a gay hair in his fur. At least not one he owns up to.

Despite Josh’s reputation for being a connoisseur of female flesh, he’s always cared about Hayden. In a different world, they might have been friends. Now, face to face after five years, the bitterness in Hayden’s eyes fills Josh with regret for what could have been—should have been.

As Hayden and Josh journey through rituals—and intimacies—that will knit their souls for life, passion and anger flares, revealing a powerful secret. The truth about a long-ago sharing of hearts, bodies and souls that ended in tragedy…


About Cooper Davis

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Cooper Davis is a lifelong writer and reader who fell in love with Trixie Belden, Nancy Drew and Betsy, Tacy and Tibb. But it was Gone With the Wind that truly kicked her into gear, causing her to write her first short story. Cooper's mental game of casting herself as characters from fiction began with Scarlet (what woman wouldn't want to wear that red dress, even if it marked her a harlot?) and continued well past the discovery of Jane Austen. Cooper writes paranormal, contemporary and erotic romance. Bound By Nature is her second published title.
Published February 17, 2010 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 216 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Erotica, Horror. Fiction

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