Nature of the Beast
Someone wants to kill Willow Daniels. Can she trust the enigmatic owner of a nightclub or will the secrets that surround him destroy them both?
Praise for Stephanie Freeman and Nature of the Beast
like blood.” Freeman knows how to twine a poetic writing voice with suspense and
sauce. Nature of the Beast is clever, smart and tantalizing. Freeman adds just
enough information to keep you turning pages.
Davis is an incredibly sexy
man with a cautious heart. Willow can’t seem to figure out why he brings back
memories of her lost love. Little does she know. Freeman’s character’s are
people worth admiring. A smooth business man and an FBI arson investigator. The
plot is ever-developing with new twists throughout. I couldn’t put it down.
Nicely done, Freeman! – R.T. Wolfe
chemistry, a strong suspense element and characters that leap off the page, look
no further. Willow and Davis are each tempted and determined not to trust the
other, but along their road they learn that even the possibility of loss can’t
stop love.What I like about Stephanie Freeman’s writing is her ability
to draw to equally dominant characters, each with flaws and make their undoing
seem completely natural. Willow is a strong woman-in-jeopardy heroine while
Davis is the typical Alpha Male – the guy who has to let down his guard or risk
losing the best person in his life. -K. Knight
rollercoaster with Willow and Davis. Ms. Freeman did a good job of painting
Willow and Davis poetically. Their emotions drew me in a kept me captivated
until the suspense and threat was over….and the threat was BIG. But Davis was
the right man to eliminate it and he was the only man for Willow’s heart. – A. Graves