(Release Date: April 14, 2012)
From the Cover:
When an Immortal demon slayer saves Rachel Andrews from certain death, her life changes forever. An unbreakable bond with the handsome Protector, drags her into a world she never believed existed and has no desire to be part of.
The actions of one night drastically alter the course of his long existence. Torn between his feelings for Rachel and his life's calling, Roderick Cronan comes face to face with the fact that he is losing both.
Roderick Cronan can't leave the woman, even as life wants to slip away from her body. It goes against everything in his body and soul. He does the only thing he can do to save her.
Rachel Andrews wakes in a strange bed, not her own, and attracted to the most stunning male she's ever seen. This can't be happening, or at least, not in her quiet life.
What happens when a mortal woman is given the blood of an Immortal Warrior, A Protector? Neither can deny this fatal attraction, one that might change their lives forever.
Desperate Choices by Hildie McQueen is just that, a desperate choice... whether to save a life and risk possible exposure of the Protectors, or let the woman die, alone and broken, and not by her own actions. Roderick does what he has to, but in doing so, he may destroy the only life he's ever known. Rachel isn't given a choice, when she wakes, at least she still alive. But, at what cost?
Desperate Choice is a prequel to Desperate Betrayal. It's the story of Rachel and Roderick who is kidnapped in the first book (which if you read my review is a most excellent read). It's also our introduction to Cyn (hero of Desperate Betrayal) and Julian (sexy leader of the Protectors). And what a better way to try a new author? These little mini-reads, Crescent Moon Press' New Line, Little Moons, are an excellent opportunity. Each little read is only 99 cents!! What a great deal!! Rush on over to Amazon, and pick up a few of these tasty morsels! Five out of five fairy kisses for this reader.
I received this ebook for review from the author. All opinions expressed are my own.