Jaxon Montgomery is a woman hunted. Trained by the Special Forces, honed by a traumatic childhood, she is a policewoman with an undisputed reputation. She meets her match when she is set up to be murdered by an enemy. Hunted on all sides, she can only turn to the mysterious stranger who seems more dangerous than any other she has ever known.
He ran with the wolves...
Materialized from the mists...
Hijacked the very heavens to his whims...
He was the Dark Guardian of his people. So how, after centuries of bleak, soulless existence, had he suddenly come to crave petite, curvy, colorful lady cop Jaxon Montgomery, who foolishly made it her life's work to protect others from harm?
I was so lucky to get Stefan Schwarz as Lucian for the cover of Dark Guardian. Not only is he a wonderful person, but he really depicted Lucian. Of all the books I've written, this was to date the most difficult, because it was written about a character--a man--who went his own way and did what he thought was right. I couldn't direct him or upset him, no matter what I threw at him. Lucian spent his life ensuring those he loved were well taken care of.
This book was written for my son in law, Jonathon Woods, who fought a long and courageous battle with cancer. He was the epitome of the protective male.
— Christine Feehan
Bruce (Dark Guardian)
Francesca del Ponce
Mathew Montgomery Jr.
Samuel T. Barnes
Sir Robert Townsend