"Can two enemies save the pack without destroying each other?"
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted January 6, 2019
M Greenhill brings to life the emotions, heartache, and
struggles of two people who start not trusting and
hating each other. When they actually meet sparks fly, and
tempers flare with the desire that is under the surface.
Alpha Commander Daniel Locke is the head of his pack and is
used to them obeying his every command. Parker Johnson is a
computer/cyber genius who has a mind of her own and won't
follow any of Daniels orders. The two of them worked
together a few years in the past but never met until now.
The Werewolves are dying of a disease no one knows how to
combat, so the Council asks Parker to use her skills to
help. Daniel is assigned to protect her. Their past and the
uncontrollable desire between them complicate everything.
When the culprit is revealed, and the reason behind the
attack is known, Parker and Daniel will stop at nothing to
catch them including the possibility of never being able to
be with the one they love ever again.
M Greenhill leaves open the possibility for a series with
the ending. I look forward to reading the next installments
if she does. Would love to see what would happen to Murphy
O'Neill's story and how he finds love again.
Learn more about Masked
An invisible enemy. A deadly virus. A human hacker and a
Werewolf alpha are their only hope. That’s if they don’t
kill each other first.
When Parker Johnson, a top security specialist, is called in
to help track down the architects behind a genetically
engineered virus, she doesn’t hesitate. Even if it means
working with Daniel Locke, the icy Alpha Commander who she
had the misfortune of pissing off. Big time.
Fierce, powerful, and determined, Daniel has spent his whole
life defending those he loves. But this time the enemy is
invisible, and everywhere. An enemy that could destroy his
entire race. The last thing he needs is a curvy, brunette
firecracker who’s been a thorn in his side for more than a
decade. But the Alliance has other ideas. The disease is
spreading, and Parker’s technological abilities might be
their only hope for survival.
It is a race against the clock for this unlikely couple as
they attempt to save those they love, while at the same time
contend with a mutual attraction that refuses to be silenced.
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