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Mine to Possess (Psy/Changeling) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
Clay Bennet is barely holding on. He's dangerously close to going rogue, even within the confines a loving and healthy pack - the San Francisco DarkRiver leopards. Too tangled in a tragic past, it eats at him still. The slaying of a depraved monster may have seen the streets rid of one more evil, but it cost Clay his freedom and the person he cared more about than anything. When he finds out she's dead, well, Clay no longer had a reason to be good himself.
Talin McKade vowed to stay away from the man who used to be her best friend. An act of violence, born of violence, triggered her flight and fear didn't allow her close...till violence once again brought her full circle to the one person she always wanted to count on. It's her job to see that children like she had been have a chance at a better life. And when her kids start dying, she takes a wild card from the past, hoping Clay will help her solve the mystery. Little did she know, once marked by a leopard, there's no going back.
What was interesting about Clay and Talin's relationship is how seamlessly it's integrated into the storyline in this installment.Read more ›
Now, about 20 years later, Talin needs Clay again in the search of kids who've gone missing, not just any kids, her kids. She is now a Shine Guardian who protects and guides kids from the street in to a normal life and when a few under her care end up dead pain lacerates through her and she will not rest until their murders are solved. With another teenager whom is still missing Talin hopes to prevent his death and she will need Clay as a DarkRiver Sentinel to aid her in her quest.
As they both meet for the first time old pain, old feelings and old memories drift to the surface and the bond forged between their hearts so long ago slowly flickers to life. Still Clay can't ignore the cat inside him nor can Talin ignore the violence she witnessed so long ago or the lifespan she has left. Together they start a journey to seek the truth and rescue a teenager whose life still holds so much promise. And when Clay introduces Talin to the DarkRiver pack in order to protect her they hold a chance in their hands to become true mates.
But when one knows so much of darkness can one dare to touch the light?Read more ›
However when some of the children Tally oversees go missing and then are found dead she realises that she needs assistance to get to the bottom of the disappearances and her former friend Clay, now an important person in the DarkRiver Pack, can help. The Clay she knew as a young boy has changed into a wild and dangerous man of whom she is initially afraid. When Clay brings Tally back to his pack and she starts to interact with the others they work together to find out what's happened to the young people and it's a race against time to rescue young Jon before he is killed. But can Clay and Tally get past the issues of mistrust and abandonment of the previous twenty years in order to find their friendship again - and perhaps more?
The characters in the previous books all appear in this one, along with a couple of new characters who will probably feature in future books.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This installment was a great, enjoyable read that included an interesting historical tidbit of the psy. Finished the book in less than a week!Published 1 month ago by Bodie
I was waiting for a human to be a central character in one of these books and this is the one. Loved it.
Clay and Talin knew each other as children. Read more
I don't know about this series. This is the fourth book in the series, and so far they've all been super alpha He-man heroes with damaged, fragile women. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Heather B. - Reviewer at Smut Matters
I'm going to be honest, this was not my favorite book in this series. I honestly just didn't like Talin and even Clay couldn't salvage the book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Maegan
A week ago I found this series and have already read 4books...so good, good writing and character development. Thank youPublished 7 months ago by Shannon Welsh