The termagant being brought into the small clinic isn’t exactly what second in command and Alpha soldier, Kosh, envisioned as his perfect Omega, but he knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that she is his. She’s a fierce little thing, more of a threat than most would take her for, but he isn’t one of the unfortunate ones who will get caught underestimating her.
They wouldn’t be given the chance to do so again.
Tura doesn’t want to be here, even though she knows it’s a well-controlled, relatively safely run small city. And she most definitely doesn’t want to be paired off with some giant who thinks he has a claim on her – no matter what her lady parts want her to do.
She almost succeeded in taking him out like she had the others, but instead, he will just wear the scar she’s given him for the rest of his life. A life he absolutely intends to spend taming her to the very hand she’s bitten.
Publisher's Note: The second book in The Alpha's Woman series contains explicit scenes and power exchange. If either of these offend you, please do not purchase.
The Alpha's Woman
by Carolyn Faulkner on 2017-07-13
When she is released from the stasis she voluntarily entered, the world that greets Emily Harding is far from what she expected. It more closely resembles a post-apocalyptic novel than the rolling green Tennessee hills she’s left behind.
Worse than that, it seems that the rule of law is a thing of the past, and that society has devolved into what it was thousands of years ago – feudal tribes warring with each other over precious and rare supplies, which includes females. One type of female in particular.
It is raw, unforgiving, and animalistic. Much like the behavior of the man who takes her and holds her there, forcing her to learn that even she is not unaffected by the changes that have been wrought on the world, proving to her time and time again that she is nothing more to him than a means to obtain children.
And making her scream in agonizing pleasure as he does so.
Publisher’s Note: The Alpha's Woman is a dark tale with some explicit themes.