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When Ginny's bath is interrupted one rainy Saturday night, she doesn’t suspect it might trigger a sequence of devastating events. And she certainly doesn’t expect to endure torment at the hands of her own kin. That's what happens when there's a psychopath in the family.
Fox Among Wolves: The last thing engineering student Ginny needs is a house full of strays - she has enough on her plate with her parents dead, her uncle and aunt ill and the unhealthy attentions of her cousin.
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: When Carrie’s ex-military father needs an undercover husband and wife team to root out a traitor, she aces the selection process against tough opposition. Her reward: a chilly Welsh house and a hot Welsh soldier.
Big Bad Wolf: Pete watched the op turn from a surveillance gig to a full-on siege. But when the CO and his deputies are taken out, Pete gets the stripe. Thank God for the delectable-but-unavailable Andrea.
"The books are great escapism, though not in a lie there dreamy kind of way. Green writes with the expectation that her readers are paying attention. That is how she pulls you in. Her style might throw you off a little if you expect a story line to be linear and familiar." Alice Bell, Author of Kiss the Stars
"There are few writers whose voice is distinct enough as to be immediately recognizable, but Ro Green is one of them. She delivers uniformly solid storylines whilst keeping her readers off-kilter, taking an impish delight in delivering plenty of surprises along the way." - Book Viral
"This series has the perfect mix of romance, action, and intrigue, a hard thing to find. I've always been a fan of books with military influence, but this one adds romance and intrigue as well. The stories keep you turning pages as you try to figure out what's really going on and who everyone truly is." - Andrea Domanski, Author of Crossfire
"The books are so intense they give me goosebumps. Each book could be read alone, but reading them together lets the story flow taking all of your emotions with it. Be prepared for sleepless nights when you can't put the book down followed by days of thinking about the characters." Jackie Trimm