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Croc on the Menu - Shifter's Regime #4 - cover

Croc on the Menu - Shifter's Regime #4

Charlie Richards

Publisher: eXtasy Books Inc

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Summary

As the owner of an authentic Irish pub, Sinjin Gallagher—Jin to his friends—thought he'd seen it all. That all changes when a huge bruiser of a man enters his establishment looking for one of his regulars. To Jin's surprise, the guy isn't there to cause trouble…but to stop it. What's even odder is when he finds himself aroused by the man's efficiency as he deals with that threat. As a pacifist, Jin doesn't understand his unexpected desire. Tideus Solverman runs across information that Councilman Goldstein would be attacked while eating at an Irish pub. As a council enforcer, it's his duty to stop it. Even with the distraction of the hot pub owner—Jin, his mate—he gets the job done. Realizing his size and abilities intimidate Jin, Tideus still believes with a little patience and the mate-pull, he will prevail. Well, he does until a bit of information comes across his desk—it was Jin who told the rogues when the councilman would be there. Can Tideus trust in Fate and get the answers he needs, or will he walk away and leave extracting the truth to an impartial enforcer?

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