Uri

Uri e-book cover image by Dana Archer book 3 in the Agents of Shifter Affairs series, part of the Closed-Door Shifter World, a best-selling, a critically acclaimed paranormal suspense romance novel

A murder case where the stakes are personal…
in more ways than one..

I got a crash course on shifters after a psycho stole my sister. Now, I work as a coroner in the same special police division that rescued her, but I’m not privy to all their secrets. And the latest body on my slab raises questions someone doesn't want me to answer.

With my sister's attacker back in town, I need to uncover the truth any way I can get it. Even if that means partnering up with Uriel Alexander, a by-the-book agent who'd rather keep me safe in my lab...or in his bedroom.

Trying to work a murder case with a grumpy, hotter than sin Royal shifter has its advantages. He’s strong, smart, cunning, and… Did I mention sinfully hot?

But he’s also got way more issues than anyone I’ve met. Complicated is the nicest way to describe him. And apparently, he’s my hot mess. As in, the heavens have marked us as fated mates.

Eternity with a surly ancient shapeshifter? Sign me up!

But with dead bodies piling up and the victims hitting closer to home, claiming forever with my cranky king of the jungle is looking more and more like a dream I don’t get to enjoy.

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Book Information

  • ISBN e-book = 978-1-953075-63-5
  • ASIN e-book = B0BDB8Z632
  • Series = Agents of Shifter Affairs
  • # in Series = 3
  • Publisher = Cherokee House Publishing
  • Author = Dana Archer
  • Genre = Paranormal Suspense Romance (Fiction)
  • Closed-door version of Tangled by Nancy Corrigan

The series starts with and holds you all the way through. You just don’t want to put it down. Great series and will recommend to anyone.

I snatch Uri's wrist as he tucks my hair behind my ear and wait until he looks at me. "Beloved human. You said that's the official term for what I am to you now, but it's not how you view me. So how do you view me?"

Uri shakes off my hold, tosses my jacket over my legs, then turns his back on me and walks to the door.

"Uri." I hop off the pool table, my jacket falling to the floor. "Answer me."

"Mine." With his hand on the door handle, Uri finally glances at me. "That's how I view you. That's how other shifters will view you. You're mine."