Undercover on a slave ship of dark eroticism.
DARK MOON is the next book in Rebecca York’s Moon Series and also the first novel in a new series, Decorah Security. Agents Emma Richards and werewolf Cole Marshall take on a dangerous undercover assignment, to rescue a young woman from sexual slavery on a cruise ship converted into a dark and dangerous pleasure palace. When they masquerade as lovers, the sexual attraction between Emma and Cole reaches flash point. But what will happen when Emma discovers her lover is a shape shifter?
A new Decorah Security novel from USA Today Best-Selling Author Rebecca York
DARK MOON is available from Amazon.
“Rebecca York delivers page-turning suspense.” –Nora Roberts
“No one sends more chills down your spine than the very creative and imaginative Ms. York!” –Melinda Helfer, Romantic Times
“Rebecca York will thrill you with romance, kill you with danger and chill you with the supernatural.” –Patricia Rosemoor
“Rebecca York never fails to deliver. Her strong characterizations, imaginative plots and sensuous love scenes have made fans of thousands of romance, romantic suspense and thriller readers.” –Chassie West
“Rebecca York’s fast-paced suspense, innovative stories and sexy characters set the standard for paranormal romantic suspense.” –Ann Voss Peterson
NY Times, USA Today best-seller, Rebecca York (aka Ruth Glick), is the author of 70 thrillers. She has written paranormal romantic thrillers for Berkley and romantic thrillers for Harlequin Intrigue. Now she is bringing out a new series, Decorah Security, from Light Street Press. First up is a short story, AMBUSHED. Next is a novella, CHAINED. The third book in the series is a novel, DARK MOON. She is the winner of a PRISM Award, two RT BOOK REVIEWS Career Achievement Awards, two RITA Finalist books, NJRW Golden Leaf Awards, and the Romance Writers of America Centennial Award.
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