Kiera is the daughter of the notorious Richard Boyd, the man responsible for the death of hundreds of shifters. She’s also the most recent victim of her father’s experiments. Once human, Kiera was genetically altered with metamorph DNA. She barely survived the transformation, and now must learn how to control the animal within.
Alpha werelion Jacob Oliver has always prided himself on being reliable, loyal, and practical. He’s the youngest ever Director of Therian Affairs. When the first survivor of spontaneous morphing ends up in his care, Jacob finds himself struggling to keep his composure.
There’s always been something wild and untamed within Kiera, but if she’s ever going to be able to rejoin society, she’ll need someone to teach her how to control her new animal nature. Jacob Oliver is just the man for the job, or at least he thinks he is.
What happens when you add fire to ice? Steam! Will Jacob extinguish the flame within her, or will Kiera finally melt Jacob’s icy exterior?
Taming Kiera is a standalone novel, and can be enjoyed even if you haven't read other books in the series. Contains mature themes, steamy, sexual scenes and graphic language.
Bestselling author, third in a series.
Jacob stood in the shadows, watching the young woman who lay on the hospital gurney. Leather cuffs bound her slender wrists, securing her to the bed in case she woke and the lion inside her stirred.
The monitors beeped regularly, indicating her vital signs remained stable. It was only a matter of time before she regained consciousness, before he saw the color of her eyes for the first time. They were blue–he knew that from her charts, but both the man and his animal hungered to see the exact shade.
He clenched his teeth at the foolish longing. He wasn't a man moved by emotion or irrational cravings, but since his agents rescued her from her father's labs and brought her to the Therian Headquarters, he'd had little control over his desires, and it scared the shit out of him.
The best thing he could do was leave her in the care of another agent, but he couldn't bring himself to walk away.