- Noble Romance Publishing, LLC
- Release Date
- January 2011
Nature witch, Captain Imogen Williamson, is on the run, blamed for a murder she didn't commit, hunted by the Supernatural Unit of the British Army desperate to keep quiet the secret Imogen's discovered. She knows it won't be long before she's found, but doesn't suspect it will be Major Cameron Hawke—Iron Warlock and ex-lover—who'll be the first to find her.
Hawke thinks she's defected to Chaos and knows he's got to put aside his feelings for her so he can complete his mission, but a moment of weakness makes him falter. Captured and restrained like an animal, he finds himself at Imogen's mercy. He thinks it's only his life at stake, but when Imogen tells him getting pregnant is her only way of staying alive—and he's going to help her whether he likes it or not—he soon realizes his self respect and dignity might be on the way out too . . . .
Book Review by Sooz (reviewer)
Mar 15, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
133 people found the following review helpful
Nature Witch, Captain Imogen Williamson, is hiding out, hunted by her employer, the Supernatural Unit of the British Army. Undercover, Imogen found out a secret that could destroy the Unit, and they will do anything to stop her. Which company assassin would find her? Never did she dream is would be Hawke.
Major Cameron Hawke searches for the only woman to have ever have his heart. He had to find Imogen before any of the other operatives. If she was truly a traitor, he would relish killing her. If it wasn't true, then he'd do what he could to save her. But what was the truth?
This novella could easily be made into a full length novel with all the background detail that was infused into this short story. The story made me want to more about the Bureau, meet some of the key players and find out more about the world they live in. It's gritty and irealistic, the characters have been developed nicely. The only hitch is pregnancy clause. It seems to be a weird loophole, but it isn't enough to detract much from the story. I would really like to read more from this author
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