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When Game Warden Eden St. Cloud goes up against CEO Monroe StoneCrow, she encounters the most intimidating, powerful, and sexy man she's ever seen. Unaware of the fact that Monroe is the Dominant Skin Walker in North America, it isn't until Eden becomes enmeshed in his life that she realizes it's too late to escape. Worse, she's drawn the children under her care into the lair of the beast and must now succumb to Monroe's desires or risk losing her children forever.
CEO Monroe StoneCrow is a man tormented by his obsession with creating a haven for his Skin Walkers. Determined to form a community where his Walkers can exist in peace, he has no time or desire to seek out his own mate, his angel. When Eden St. Cloud crosses his path, there is no denying his instant attraction, or his overwhelming animalistic urge to claim her. His affliction is so intense that even his own medical experts are at a loss to ease his symptoms. With his Skin Walker refuge in danger of collapse due to his preoccupation with Eden, Monroe is stymied by his inability to do what he's always done...simply take what he wants.
©2013 Susan A Bliler (P)2014 Susan A Bliler
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3 out of 5 stars
By Alison Robertson on 09-06-2015

Not easy

Warring heavy breathing narrator. Other wise a grate story. Just makes it annoying heaving and huffing.

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5 out of 5 stars
By karen on 11-04-2014

OH YEA - This was smoking !!

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Monroe is a very Hot and Alpha Dominant Skin Walker that can change into an animal at will... Eden, who is a very strong willed lady, is a Game Warden for the State's Dept of Fish, Wildlife and Park and is is also considered a law enforcement officer... Put these two together with a bunch of friction, animosity and sexual tension then watch the Sparks Fly...

I really enjoyed this book. Susan Bliler is a new author for me and i will defiantly be grabbing the rest of this series once released on Audible. It's a bit of a shame we didn't get to start this series from the first book in the Skin Walkers series...

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6 of 8 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Boysmom on 07-07-2014

Not bad if u like alpha male tales-which I do

What did you like best about Skin Walkers: Monroe? What did you like least?

I liked the story, although short, was fairly well done. The skin walkers were a change from your typical shifters. Monroe was good in that he was definitely alpha, but not always perfect. The female was a little too perfect to believe at times though.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

Pretty predictable

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

I find the narration can either make or break a story. This narrator could have been better if She didn't put the intonation she uses on the end off her sentences. It reminded me of Anne Flosnik, who irritates me to no end for this reason. A great narrator can make such a difference.

Do you think Skin Walkers: Monroe needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

There is definitely potential there, but I would only listen to it if it was done with a different narrator (tho this one would've been good without the weird emphasis she uses on the last word of each sentence.

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4 of 6 people found this review helpful

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