Alexandra Shaw always vowed to return to her hometown of Silverport, Al. She had been forced to leave at sixteen following the deaths of her parents. Six years later, Alexandra finally got the opportunity to return. She knew there was a possibility of running into her old boyfriend Rowen, but she never expected to feel so strongly attached to him. She had heard about his playboy ways, but from their first reunion at The Jaded Anchor, it was as if there was a magnetic pull between the two of them. No matter how hard she tried she couldn’t resist him. Rowen Blakesley was next in line to become Alpha of the WestBeach wolf pack, but Rowan didn’t care if he became alpha. He wasn’t on great terms with his father. In fact, he had never really forgiven his father for ordering the attack on his ex-girlfriend Alexandra’s pack, killing her parents. He spent most of his time getting drunk at his bar and sleeping with different women. When Alexandra walked into his bar his entire world changed. It was as if he had been thrown back in time. The moment he held her he knew he would never be the same. Unexpected surprises tossed at the two of them will have them fighting for their love and each other. Will their relationship survive?
This is Book Two in the Jaded Anchor Trilogy. This is a stand alone book, but if you read the first one then you will see your favorites from book one. Young single mother, Ivy Rae Sutton, meets classic bad boy, Coen, outside of The Jaded Anchor. She is enticed by his bad boy looks and his undeniable charm. He has her in his bed before she even realized she wanted him. She can tell he is hiding something, something dark. Ivy had her fair share of skeletons in her closet, so she recognizes the small secretive behaviors. Will she be able to share her past with Coen? Would he share his secret with her? Coen Eros Blakesley is the middle child. He doesn’t have the responsibilities his older brother has so he spends most of his time fighting for money and hooking up with girls. He is a bad boy in every sense of the word. The night he meets Ivy all that changes. He is drawn to her pure innocence like a moth to a flame. He must have her. She isn’t the type of person his parents would approve of, mostly because she was human. Would Ivy ever be accepting of him being a wolf? Or are the two simply doomed to be star crossed lovers?
This is the third book of the Jaded Anchor Trilogy. This is a stand alone book, but if you've read the first two then you will get to see your favorites randomly throughout this book. Adira Selene Blakesley is the youngest of the Blakesley siblings, not to mention the only girl. Her life has been much like a soap opera, between all the drama her bothers had caused with their love lives. She had no plans on following in their footsteps. She planned to marry a nice man from a neighboring pack that would strengthen her own pack. She would be the one child who made her father proud. At twenty-one she had her entire future mapped out, that was until she met Theo Bryant. Theo Ansel Bryant was born into a family of wolf hunters. He had been trained his entire life to kill the monsters he believed they were. He had been warned not to fall for the innocence of their human forms. When his family moved to a small town in South Alabama in pursuit of a large wolf pack, Theo knew he would run into a wolf at some point. He hadn’t expected to be enticed by one. From their first unconventional meeting he had been under Adira's spell. The two of them shouldn’t be together, but he couldn’t stop seeing her. It was a dangerous game they were playing. Would it end up destroying them and everything they love?
Tatum is so excited to spend her year on land. She loves her home beneath the sea but this mermaid is ready to test out her human legs! She thinks she knows what to expect, after all, her siblings had told her all types of stories from their own time onshore, but she wasn't ready for the resident bad boy of her new high school. He was everything she was warned to stay away from, but staying away from him was harder than she ever imagined. Tatum was drawn to Calix like a mermaid was drawn to the sea. He had an air of mystery behind those grey eyes, dirty mouth, and motorcycle that she couldn't ignore. No matter how much she tried. When she messes up and falls in love she realizes the hard truth. In order to stay with Calix, she would have to give up everything she loved beneath the sea. Would he be worth it? Once a bad boy always a bad boy, right? Would he change his ways for her or would she lose everything and be left with nothing at the end of the day?