By Crystal Dawn
A standalone story in the White Wolf Matriarchs series.
A wounded warrior, a devastated widow, would they help each other heal or tear each other apart?
After the death of her husband, Cassie struggles to find meaning in her life. She is accepted to administrate a new program that helps wounded warriors get back to their lives. Helping others will help her move on.
He's no longer a soldier, it's the only thing he has ever been as an adult. The war will go on without him, but he's left a part of himself behind on the battlefield. How will he ever go on without it?
Two people looking for a reason to go on. Can they find it in each other's arms?
Imogene (White Wolf Matriarch #1)
When she's not out hunting rogue vampires and werewolves, you can find Crystal Dawn out exploring the galaxy. She can do it all without ever leaving her computer. She kicks ass, takes names, and puts it all down for the enjoyment of her readers. At least that's what I think she told me. Writing came as a natural outlet for her overly creative mind. The start of her stories is the easy part. Finishing them is a little harder when all the stories are in there trying to get out. She loves reading, chocolate, fine sweet wine, and traveling among a large list of pursuits. Her favorite people, after her family and close friends, are her readers who she says are some of the most wonderful people in this galaxy and the next.