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The Silver Crown By Mathilde Madden

The Silver Crown
by Mathilde Madden

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An epic and fast-paced tale of lycanthropy and female werewolf hunters... To add to her problems, a group of witches decides she is the chosen one - destined to save humanity from the wolves at the door - while her new boss, Blake, who just happens to be her ex-husband, is hell-bent on sabotaging her new reltionship.
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The Silver Crown by Mathilde Madden

An epic and fast-paced tale of lycanthropy and female werewolf hunters... Every full moon, Iris kills werewolves. It's what she's good at. What she's trained for. She's never imagined doing anything else . . . until she falls in love with one. And being a professional werewolf hunter and dating a werewolf poses a serious conflict of interests. To add to her problems, a group of witches decides she is the chosen one - destined to save humanity from the wolves at the door - while her new boss, Blake, who just happens to be her ex-husband, is hell-bent on sabotaging her new reltionship. All Iris wants is to snuggle up with her alpha wolf and be left alone. He might turn into a monster once a month, but in a lot of ways Iris does too.

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About Mathilde Madden


Mathilde Madden is a talented young author of erotic romance who specialised in writing stories about contemporary urban culture. She is the author of Equal Opportunities, Mad About the Boy and Peep Show, as well as the paranormal trilogy: The Silver Collar, The Silver Crown and The Silver Cage. Her work is also featured in the short-story collection Possession. All titles are available from Virgin's Black Lace. She lives in Brighton.

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GOR003553202
The Silver Crown by Mathilde Madden
Mathilde Madden
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Ebury Publishing
2007-12-06
288
0352341572
9780352341570
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