Heart of the Beast

Heart of the Beast Deep in the forest Bonnie Redding had come to the isolated Arkansas research lab to be reunited with her father a figure who had sacrificed family for his scientific career But the man who greeted he

  • Title: Heart of the Beast
  • Author: Carla Cassidy
  • ISBN: 9780373270118
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Deep in the forest Bonnie Redding had come to the isolated Arkansas research lab to be reunited with her father, a figure who had sacrificed family for his scientific career But the man who greeted her was strangely detached so different from her dim childhood memories Even mysterious was Nicholas Shepherd, a brilliant doctor who had warned Bonnie that herDeep in the forest Bonnie Redding had come to the isolated Arkansas research lab to be reunited with her father, a figure who had sacrificed family for his scientific career But the man who greeted her was strangely detached so different from her dim childhood memories Even mysterious was Nicholas Shepherd, a brilliant doctor who had warned Bonnie that her father wasn t what he seemed that there was evil at Redding Institute Bonnie s instincts told her to flee, but she couldn t bear to leave Nicholas behind Nicholas knew bonnie had to get away before it was too late Because he had a deadly secret and it guaranteed that falling in love would destroy them both .

    One thought on “Heart of the Beast”

    1. A werewolf romanceah, how sweet! Carla Cassidy took a basic romance story and added a couple twists to better engage her readers. I am not normally a fan of silhouette's romance novels but i guess the shadow books may be alright. This one was at least.The book focuses on a young woman, Bonnie, who just lost her mother and now want the connect witht eh only family she has: her father. She has not seen or heard from him about 20 years. Upon her mothers passing, she tires to reach out to him, only [...]

    2. This book was pretty good. I liked the story line and the characters. I would read this again, but I wouldn't consider it a go-to book. There were quite a few things I never saw coming. I definitely liked the ending, a great HEA. Enjoy

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