After ten years, Lacey Mathers is called home to attend her mother’s funeral. She discovers, her mother wasn’t who she thought she was. On top of that, the handsome lawyer handling the will is so lickable she can’t help but drool over him. Although her attraction to him boils her blood, something else about Dominik stirs the primal side of her.
Dominik Napier can’t keep his eyes off his gorgeous new client. Every fiber of his being craves her, but can she accept his animal nature? Christmas lights are twinkling and carols are jingling, but Lacey can’t stop daydreaming about him in nothing more than a red thong and a Santa hat.
Will the secrets she discovers tear them apart or bring them closer together? Can Lacey accept him being furry? Or will they both end up with coal in their stockings?
“Still want me?” He planted his hands on the building, trapping her between his arms.
Is he daring or threatening me? Maybe both. He still doesn’t believe me. She could see the light of disbelief in his eyes. “Why are making this so tough?”
“Because I can smell your fear and see your uncertainty. That means you don’t want me.”
Lacey sighed. The frustration she felt welled up in her eyes and a tear slipped down her cheek. “I wouldn’t have come down here and waited for you if I wasn’t sure of what I desired. I’m not usually so forward, okay? You’re the big honcho around here and are used to everyone bowing to you. Sorry if I’m not that woman for you.” She tried to duck away from Dominik, but he wouldn’t let her out of the cage of his arms.
He growled. “You drive me crazy. I want you. I want to fuck you.”
She bit her lip, laid her hand on his groin, and cupped his cock through the material of his jeans. “Then fuck me. Don’t leave me hanging. You kissed me and now you’re doing nothing. Aren’t you used to getting what you want?” The temperature of her body spiked and the craving to be with him was overwhelming and at the same time being with him was calming.
“You have no idea. I’m next in line for the pack leadership. Everyone just hands me everything or they fear me. I guess it’s gone to my head. I expected you to just accept what I was. God, you’re radiant. You’re something special. I sensed it the first time I saw you. Do you know that?”
Her cheeks burned at his compliment. “No one has ever called me that.”
“They should. You taste like chocolate and vanilla.”
“That has to be the cake I had for dessert.”
“No. It’s all you.”
“Then why are we standing around here and talking. I thought you wanted me.”
“You keep tempting me, and I won’t be able to control myself.”