Jaguar’s Claim by Amy Redwood

Jaguar’s Claim by Amy Redwood


A groom in lust, an unwilling bride, one night of dominance both won’t forget.

Tanesha did the sensible thing when her Brazilian family arranged a marriage of convenience to another jaguar shifter. She made a run for it. Now living a cushy life as a call girl in Manhattan, she lost her virginity and her desire to have a lifelong mate in the same second. Up until the crashing stock market robs her of all her savings. Broke, she considers returning to Brazil.

Danilo, bitterly scorned when his virgin bride escaped from under his nose, is none too pleased to hear of her plans to return to Brazil. Gone is his desire to marry, even if a promise given still binds him. Seeking her out, he brings one million dollars, a leather cat-o’-nine whip, and the heated determination to settle a score.

And on her knees—the smacking sound of leather against her bare skin—Tanesha fights against surrendering to the carnal attraction toward the shifter she once scorned.

Jaguar’s Claim by Amy Redwood. Read excerpt here.

Looks good, eh?
Yeah. It does to me too. Nothing like a man with a little revenge on his mind and a whip in his hand. YUM.
Don’t forget you can still win a copy of “MARKED FOR PLEASURE” by me at Shelley Munro’s blog until Sunday 5pm PST.
Also, I’ve been quoted over at The Galaxy Express talking about the future of Science Fiction Romance and the erotic side of it. Come and put your two cents in.


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One response to “Jaguar’s Claim by Amy Redwood

  1. Amy

    Thanks for blogging, Jennifer!

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