Charity Received by Madelyn Ford
(The Watchers)

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Genre: Shape-shifter Paranormal
Series: The Watchers; Previous Book: Faith Revisited

After one night of passion, werewolf Charity Darinn flees the arms of her lover. For months she's believed her mate had fallen in battle at the hands of a demon, only to discover he is not only alive, but also belongs to another. Yet, she vows to cherish the child they have created. On her own.

But her mate has other ideas. The vow taken as a Grigori warrior to protect all of mankind only seems more pivotal when it involves the female who completes his soul. With psychotic werewolves on the loose and the traitor who just happened to have been his best friend targeting all the Grigori, he will desperately search for the mate who slipped from his bed in the middle of the night. And he won't rest until she is back where she belongs, safe in his arms.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Violence.

About Madelyn Ford

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In 2006, a dear friend gave Madelyn a copy of Laurel Hamilton's Guilty Pleasures, and she was stunned that books about vampires were actually being published. Where had she been all these years? Lost somewhere in the land of the Little Mermaid, most likely. Suddenly insanity hit and she thought, "I can do this!" Well, sadly for her husband and three children, sanity never did return and now Madelyn spends most of her days immersed in a world of her own making. The stories and characters are clamoring to get out of her head; filling her days (and nights) putting pen (yes pen) to paper in the effort to silence the voices (he he). Now trying desperately to ignore the ever growing mounds of laundry and the children screaming for dinner, the stories just keep coming. Her husband blames Kris. You can, too.
Published April 19, 2011 by Loose Id LLC. 240 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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