With a messed up family background and a tendency to grow
claws and fangs, Tanner Chance isn't exactly the boy next
door. But he's a decent cop, and he keeps himself on the
side of the good guys. Convenient, because when he rescues a
survivor of a horrific shifter attack he finds himself
instantly smitten--with an honest-to-goodness angel, as
innocent as she is irresistible.
Marna may be angelic, but she's not stupid or weak. She can
take care of herself. Tanner is more temptation than
protection anyway. Or so she thinks, until someone wearing
her face starts taking out some of New Orleans's more
unsavory paranormals. With police and predators both gunning
for her blood, Marna has no choice but to trust Tanner. .
.even though what's sparking between them is hotter than