DARKEST HOUR BEFORE DAWN by Charlie Cochet

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DARKEST HOUR BEFORE DAWN by Charlie CochetDarkest Hour Before Dawn by Charlie Cochet
Series: Thirds #9
Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: MM, Paranormal

Seven years ago a horrible tragedy drove Chief Medical Examiner Hudson Colbourn, a wolf Therian, and THIRDS team leader Sebastian Hobbs, a tiger Therian, apart.  The mates continue to love each other but distance themselves because the pain is still far too raw.

 

There are big changes within the THIRDS ranks ever since one of their own changed from a marked human into some kind of hybrid.  Their own dreaded intelligence unit is gaining ground by gathering THIRDS team members within their fold.  And they have had their eye on Hudson for quite a while, warned that he is important to their plans.

 

When Hudson and Seb make another attempt at reconnecting it blows up in their faces.  Surely they will now accept the truth that they can never be together.  But as the saying goes, never say never.

 

Enjoy the ninth primal chapter in the popular THIRDS series. Darkest Hour before Dawn focuses its attention on previously supporting characters Hudson and Seb.  Their dynamic, emotional journey is truly explosive.  A terrible event drove them apart. Darkest Hour before Dawn gives them the opportunity to reclaim their love and put the past to rest.  High drama and relationship sorrows draw the reader into this bold storyline.  This series must be read in order to understand the chilling dynamics.  Laughter, tears, and everything in between are explored in this riveting addition.

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