"an enjoyable, erotic, shapeshifter, romance with an interesting premise"
Zoia Stavros, a private investigator, has been hired to
find Kol Thorstein, a Special Forces soldier. Kol, who has
been experiencing strange sensations and black outs, is
hiding out in a remote cabin in Colorado and doesn't wish
to be found. Meanwhile, the company that hired Zoia is
being underhanded and seems to be linked to Kol's problems.
NIGHT PROWLER is an enjoyable, erotic, shapeshifter,
romance with an interesting premise. On first impression,
Zoia didn't appear in a very good light, because of her
reaction to her first encounter with Kol. However, later,
her character is redeemed, because of her willingness to
help Kol. Kol is the strong, silent type, but he needs
help to discover the cause of his malady. With hot sex
scenes, an intriguing mystery, and danger lurking around,
NIGHT PROWLER is a recommended read.
Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted June 5, 2009
Tall, muscled and naked—that’s private investigator Zoia’s first sighting of her quarry, a missing soldier named Kol. The fact he’s pleasuring himself is even more intriguing but within minutes she becomes his prey. He stalks her, arousing every female instinct she possesses, and then claims her—carnally. When Zoia learns Kol is battling a situation he doesn’t understand, her need to help surfaces.
Kol has holed up in his family’s cabin to learn the cause of his unsettling blackouts. The appearance of a vivacious nature photographer sets off his radar. Within minutes, Zoia invades his space—and her sweet body becomes his lifeline back from unexplained memory lapses. Can their growing attachment survive the discovery of his startling secret?
Book Length: Novella
Publisher Note: This story was originally released elsewhere as part of the Altered States anthology.