Keepers, book three
Mass Market Paperback, 288 pages
Published December 1st 2010 by Harlequin
Someone—or something—is systematically murdering the members of Danyon Stone's werewolf pack. As Alpha, he knows that finding and punishing the murderous entity is his responsibility, and he's not about to rest until he sees justice done. But to stop the slayings he has to accept help from the most unlikely source— a wickedly sensual mortal woman.
Mystic-shop owner Shauna MacDonald has a special interest in the recent string of otherworldly deaths. As the Keeper of the werewolves, it's her duty to guard and protect the packs. Working by Danyon's side to stop an unknown killer— and trying to deny the potency of their illicit attraction—poses a threat to her heart unlike any she's ever known, and if she becomes the killer's next target, it could be the death of her...
First off, Danyon has some weak ass weres in his pack. Comic relief is one thing, but daaaamn, Paul and Andrea were something else altogether. I didn't expect the darkness in which these book delved into. Especially this one. Banjo was downright crazy freaky... and Shauna nearly getting raped- woah. Not a whole lot of details but enough to make you take a long breath before carrying on to the next page. 3 out of 5 stars.