ThornIn book one of the Brotherhood: Thorn Andreiko, werewolf and leader of his entire pack, searches for anything that would help save him from the constant darkness plaguing his mind. As an elite warrior, enforcer of death, and president of the BIFB MC, he dishes out punishment to newly turned vampires or Lycan rogues. Each one taking a little more of his sanity until he met Jayden Foster. Thorn knew she was the light to his darkness, goodness to his evil and savior of his dark soul.
Jayden, thrown into the life of possibly being the mate to the leader of the Lycan. How and why could this happen to her? A man who could put the fear into his own grandmother. He wasn’t only dangerous—he was the mortal enemy of the very people she’s sworn to protect—the vampires.
Fighting the lust and passion that drives them together, Jayden resists Thorn until she’s left with no choice when the real evil knocks at her door.
Can Thorn save and protect her or will Jayden die before he’s able to claim her as his own? Placing her belief into this one man could cost or grant her everything—to find the answer—she only needed to become his.