• Claiming Their Royal Mate: Part One

  • By: Andie Devaux
  • Narrated by: Carly Robins
  • Length: 2 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 11-14-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Andie Devaux
  • 3.9 (110 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Daniella Clark has never fit in - a fact she's always blamed on being adopted. But when her body is overtaken by a need so fierce it defies human explanation, she turns to the one man she instinctively knows must have the answers she seeks - her sexy-as-sin neighbor. But his explanation isn't one she can easily accept, and it means her sexual heat won't go away without his help.
But it turns out her neighbor isn't the only male she has to worry about. The prime of his people has laid claim to her. And though he radiates sexuality in a way that makes her mouth water, he's more beast than man. With one weretiger charged to protect her, and the prime's plan to claim her for his own, Daniella must fight to maintain her sense of self, even while they fight for her.
©2014 Andie Devaux (P)2014 Andie Devaux
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By Kindle Customer on 05-08-17

Good Storyline

This is the first in a series by Andie Devaux. The story about weretigers is interesting and leaves you wanting to move to the next book in the series.

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By K. Clark-Huey on 10-06-16

I hate that one book is cut off into 4 books

I hate that this book is broken up into "serial fashion" and each small edition is so costly.

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