Saturday, February 4, 2012
Her big cat rescue center is dying a slow death due to the economy, and Jenny Lincoln is scrambling to raise enough money to keep that from happening. Thankfully a huge anonymous donation has come through with a promise of more in the future.
It may have been chance that Noah Diaz decided to help out this particular rescue center, but after seeing the picture of its curator, the deal was sealed. Beautiful blue eyes and soft golden hair lures him in like a predator to prey, and he is powerless to resist.
Her new benefactor has made no bones about the fact that his donation comes with strings, but Jenny cannot seem to find it in her to care. Noah is as primal as any one of her big cats, and undeniably as dangerous. Their one night together creates a bond Jenny does not want to see end, but with Noah’s abilities, she has little chance of any future with him. Noah keeps telling himself that Jenny is just a fling, a fun time, a sexy diversion, but every moment in her presence draws him in further, and he fears that what she wants is something he is incapable of giving.
Jenny feels so deeply, and she lays it all out there for everyone to see. She shows more heart and determination than Noah could ever hope to achieve, and yet she loves him without reservation. I really like how honest and open she is about her wants, needs, and desires, and most especially how far she is willing to go to keep the love of her life. In contrast, Noah may come across as a bit harsh and crass, but it is his deep seated need to keep Jenny safe under any circumstances that lets you know how he feels deep down inside.
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