If he’s going to win her heart, he has to win her tribal game.
Middle-aged, indigenous woman Leila loves history, books, learning, and dance, and not necessarily in that order. Deeply woven into her tribal lifestyle, she’s caring, selfless, and strives to make a difference among her people; something many men find intimidating… or simply ignore. But the brooding, attractive Tyler seems to have other plans.
He’s dangerously attractive and when he tells her the truth about his nature, she’s not sure she can trust him. He proves he’s willing to win her heart by playing by her tribe’s rules—something no other man has done.
Humans are trouble—Tyler should know better than to get attached…
But Leila is different; she brings out a side of him that Tyler never knew existed. Telling her the truth leads to trouble, but he needs her to know the truth about him before they fall in love. He’s
willing to go to any lengths to win—and keep—her heart. Respecting her people’s ways isn’t just a way to get what he wants; he’s doing what feels right to win her affections. But as a hoard of vampires attack the town, he wonders if their love is strong enough to withstand all that can happen…
He’ll sacrifice anything to save her, even himself.