As a jinx, Thora has had to move around a lot. When her car breaks down stranding her in Aurora, she figures the town is as good a place as any to stay for a while. When she meets Daker, he is just one more reason for her to stay.
A werewolf, Daker knows Thora is his mate, but her being a mortal just adds one more reason to take things slow with her. It will be hard enough to get her to accept what he is.
After Daker claims Thora as his mate, Thora knows they can never be, not with her curse hanging over her head. She may be cursed to be a jinx for the rest of her life, but she's also destined to kill the man she gives her heart to. Not wanting to be the cause of Daker's death, she has to fight her feelings for him or watch the man she loves die.
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Thora Pomeroy moves around constantly, that's because, as a Jinx, bad luck is often right on her tail. When her car breaks down in a town called Strange Hollow, Thora just assumes it is her bad luck rearing its head.
Dakar Sands is a werewolf with a problem, when he shifts he goes from Alpha male to playful puppy and he can't shift back until the puppy gets tired. Thora's scent tells Dakar that she is his mate, now he has to figure out how to explain his wilf and the rest of Strange Hollow.
Dakar has claimed Thora, but she's determined not to stay because her jinx means death to whatever man she gives her heart to.
Strange Hollows is a great series, this is the second book so far and Marisa Chenery is absolutely awesome in her ability to spin a story. I love Thora she is such a great character and Dakar as a wolf is too cute for words in his overgrown puppy playfulness. I really enjoyed Jinx and Her Werewolf and recommend that you read the Strange Hollow stories sequentially in order to get the most out of them.
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