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Stealing His Heart
Stealing His Heart

Stealing His Heart

Dreamspun Beyond

FICTION

240 Pages, 4.25 x 7

Formats: Mass Market

Mass Market, $9.99 (CA $13.99) (US $9.99)

Publication Date: March 2019

ISBN 9781641081528

Rights: WOR

Dreamspinner Press (Mar 2019)

Price: $9.99
 
 

Overview

Love sneaks up like a thief in the night.Danny’s parents raised him to believe his wolf was a curse. He’s part of the wealthy and powerful Connoll Pack, but only nominally. He abandoned that world to volunteer with supernatural kids, and he isn’t looking for a mate….Max is a shifter who is also a detective. He’s working a case that could make or break his career. Danny’s caught up in the case he’s on, and he’s also irresistible. They’re a bad match—Max, an Alpha having trouble with his new powers, and Danny, who trusts Alphas as far as he could throw one. But they can’t get enough of each other, and they might bond before they even see it coming.They could be amazing together, but they have to get past a few obstacles—especially since someone close to Danny might be involved in the thefts Max is investigating.

Reviews

"Max and Danny's story will delight paranormal romance fans." —Starred Review, Publishers Weekly

"This touching erotic romance by Baker (Hiding in Plain Sight) takes place in a paranormal universe where all types of beings live together in harmony and all types of love is accepted without question; highly recommended." —Library Journal

Author Biography

Bru Baker got her first taste of life as a writer at the tender age of four, when she started publishing a weekly newspaper for her family. What they called nosiness she called a nose for news, and no one was surprised when she ended up with degrees in journalism and political science and started a career in journalism. Bru spent more than a decade writing for newspapers before making the jump to fiction. She now works in reference and readers’ advisory in a Midwestern library, though she still finds it hard to believe someone’s willing to pay her to talk about books all day. Most evenings you can find her curled up with a book or her laptop. Whether it’s creating her own characters or getting caught up in someone else’s, there’s no denying that Bru is happiest when she’s engrossed in a story. She and her husband have two children, which means a lot of her books get written from the sidelines of various sports practices.