Nat was warned to stay away from the Manor on the hill. She was warned about the stone wolves that protected their village...warned that women who caught their eye were known to go missing.
Did she listen? Hell no. Why should she listen to old wives tales when no one had seen the Langdon Wolves, the last of their line, for years? They were probably dead by now, and even if they weren't she wasn't a werewolf. Not really. Her family had been human since her great-great grandmother's time.
But wolves are long-lived, particularly the Stone-Wolf Langdon alphas. When she steps onto Langdon land, she finds out the punishment for trespassing is more than she bargained for…
Bound by a curse centuries ago, the Langdon wolves are stone by day and men by night. To free them, they need one special woman. A female ready to love them both, body and soul.
Now, after long years, they’ve found her. Nat is the woman they need, and after a hot night together, they know she’s more than woman enough for both of them. They’ve found their Lady, but can they convince her to stay?
Nat’s thought of nothing else but her two wolves since she trespassed on Langdon land and discovered the delicious consequences. Now she’s back to claim her men… But will their happiness be shattered before it really begins, or is Nat wolf enough to stand down a witch’s curse?
NB: This book contains the previously published stories Lords of the Hill and Claiming their Lady. If you already own these stories, please do not purchase this title.