“For her, he wants to be the perfect werewolf. Trouble is, he’s a vampire.”
Bound by blood. Bound by loyalty. Bound by love.
Florian has it all: excellent fashion sense, a kickass job with his best friend, and a hard-won place among Silverton’s werewolves. When a pack of females pads into their territory, Flo’s alpha dispatches him to handle a merger. Total cakewalk. Except Keely, their alpha, has no intention of submitting her wolves to Flo’s larger pack. Worse, a single glance from her baby blues sends his eloquence on vacation and his heartbeat into overdrive. His flirtations seem welcome too, but there’s a snag. She doesn’t know he’s a vampire.
While Flo struggles with his conflicts—obey his alpha or win over Keely—his estranged sire blasts into town with a catalog of radical ideas. And hanging out with unsophisticated werewolves didn’t make the list.
With violence in the air and all sides testing his loyalties, Florian must bite back, even if showing his fangs costs him the girl.
*This is an urban fantasy romance and can be read as part of the series or as a stand-alone novel.*
Why should we read BOUND?
BOUND is for those who enjoyed Florian’s company in GUARDED. His easy manner makes him the glue that holds the Silverton group together, but he was a mystery that needed unravelling.
What should we expect from BOUND?
BOUND is a different type of urban fantasy than GUARDED, but as before, you can expect fight scenes, a salvo of humor hits, and, of course, a handful of steamy scenes, plus plenty of plot.
So fans of GUARDED are going to love it?
I hope so. Florian is a different kind of hero. Even though he doesn’t have the pages dripping with testosterone, his strength is never in doubt. One reader described him as the thinking-woman’s book boyfriend, which made me very happy. If you’re into character-driven plots, BOUND should hit your sweet spot.
Do you have to read GUARDED to understand BOUND?
If you’ve read GUARDED, you’ll have no trouble jumping straight in. If you haven’t, it shouldn’t take you long to figure out who’s who. Basically, it’s a standalone. References to past events are kept short and only introduced where absolutely necessary.
This is book 2 in a five-part series. What’s next?
The five novels that make up The Silverton Chronicles tell one coherent story. GUARDED introduced the world Ivy & Co. inhabit. BOUND intensifies this knowledge and sets up the remaining three books. In book 3, we’ll be hurtling toward a big upset that proves to be a game-changer. The rest is hush-hush