Guardian by Loribelle Hunt
(The Elect)

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A second chance born in fire…

The Elect, Book 2

Mallory Littman is the only human born child in an Elect family, but she’s far from normal. She can call fire, control it, mold it. As an arson investigator, she has a life separate from the Elect. No reason to live in their compound, or to try to mend the rift with her estranged husband.

Until a case involving an Elect mate forces her to return to the home she fled three years ago. Her nursing background makes her the best choice to infiltrate The Stirling Institute. It’d be an easier job if her ex didn’t insist on shadowing her every move—to keep her “safe”.

It’s not her body she’s worried about. It’s her heart.

Zach Littman made one major screw-up in his life. He let Mallory go. As long as she stayed away, he was willing to leave her be. But now she’s back in his territory, and he has every intention of making up for his past mistakes.

If she lives long enough…

Warning: Take one sexy, alpha scientist, add in an estranged wife, and he gets very creative winning her back. Contains make-up sex hot enough to singe, a little light bondage, a dangerous undercover mission, and a heroine who doesn’t quite breathe fire.


About Loribelle Hunt

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Loribelle is like the South she calls home. Hot and sultry. Languid and sexy. Magnolias and gardenias scent her silk-lined boudoir, and men and children alike bow to her magnificence...Okay, maybe it isn't quite that glamorous. She does have two smart and lovely daughters who give her a run for her money and a son that will one day be someone's model of a romance hero. (She promises.) Her husband is a real-life hero, and Loribelle just tries to keep up with the demands of military life. In between, she writes a book or two. She's had every job under the sun, but haven't most writers? That army military police, bookstore manager, waitress, wedding photographer, website designer experience has to prove useful sometime. As they say in the South, it all washes out in the end.
Published November 20, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 102 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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