At 28, Clytie Persephone Jones has reinvented herself into exactly what she wants to be. She changed her name, put herself through school and is taking chances on a risky art career. She’s not looking for marriage; she doesn’t need anyone to run her life for her. What she yearns for is passion. She wants to burn under a mans touch. A lukewarm simmer won’t cut it. She’s holding out for the real thing.
Demon is a Wolf Shifter. A seven foot tall ex-Navy SEAL, with no name but his call sign. He was Outcast from his pack at fifteen and entered the Navy as soon as he was legal. Banding together with other outcast shifters and rogues for safety and the first real brotherhood he has known, He asks for nothing in life but the protection and solvency of his self-made “pack”.
Clytie is waiting for a blind date when she strikes up a conversation with Demon.
Right away he is captured by her lack of fear and artifice, but she is so obviously a good girl and he is way out of her league sexually. Then Demon, being completely uncouth where women are concerned, says exactly the wrong thing and Clytie storms off cursing men in general and him in particular. Sure that he has nothing to lose and wanting badly to taste her, he grabs Clytie and forces a kiss on her. Everything changes when she kisses him back.
Neither of them expects the connection that flares so fast between them. Clytie wants time to get to know him. Demon figures he’ll just bring her right in to his home and bed and keep her there.
Can she deal with both the reality of an Alpha shape-shifter and the danger presented by Demons’ past?
He thought Claiming her was hard. Now he has to keep her safe.
This story contains explicit sex.
Keeping Her begins when Demon meets Clytie at a bar. He thinks she's going to instantly be afraid of him like most women and men are. But she's very different, she finds him extremely attractive. And after a horrible end to the blind date she was meeting at the bar, Demon decides that she's going to be his for the night. But one night turns into a whole new ball game once they actually start their relationship. However, there are still a few issues to settle, first being Demon is a shifter.
Keeper Her was okay. I felt really interested in the beginning, but then it soon fizzled out. I liked both characters, but the story just ended up feeling rushed towards the middle and end. And a lot of things weren't explained very well, so you kind of had to guess about certain things. Other than that it was a very short interesting paranormal romance.