Rescued By The Wolf
Book Four, Other World Series
Rescuing her will lead to his salvation.
Radek has no use for humans. As a wolf shifter, he values loyalty and courage - something humans lack. As far as he's concerned, the only thing worse than a human is a shifter who falls in love with one.
When he stumbles upon a human woman deep within the forest that surrounds his home, he's tempted to leave her to her fate. A human means trouble - especially one who speaks of a glowing orb and strange creatures who drink blood. He would be wise to ignore her intoxicating scent and the way her soft body fits so perfectly against his.
Sara isn't sure what's happening or how she ended up in the forest. Her friends are missing and she only escapes death because of a large and angry wolf shifter named Radek. Despite Radek's coldness toward her, she knows he's her only chance of survival. When he reluctantly agrees to help her, she is puzzled by his hatred toward her. She's even more astonished when she discovers that his hatred is hiding a sizzling, uncontrollable desire for her.
Although Rescued By The Wolf is a stand-alone story, reading Books One to Three in the series first, would give you a better understanding of the characters.