Lotte barely settled into her new life as an ICRA agent when an executive order sends her on a mission to Berlin—the latest location of a vamp serial killer no one seems to be able to catch.
As if the murders involving torn throats and ancient dark magic aren’t troublesome enough on their own, Lotte learns the person responsible is someone she knows. Someone she never believed could go dark.
The evidence laid before her is irrefutable.
Only it doesn’t make hunting a loved one any easier.
Can Lotte go through with her job? Or will her bias allow a killer to walk free?
Don’t miss out on the fourth title in the Lotte Freundenberger series!
You can’t move forward without killing your past. Sometimes literally.
As a Black werewolf with a taste for the hunt, Greta Freundenberger found her pack of like-minded supes in ICRA’s Violent Crimes division. More than that—she just might have met the wolf who could be her mate.
If only Demyan Morozov wasn’t so damn reluctant to act on the attraction.
Greta suspects his hesitancy is tied to him being her boss, but when Morozov closes off after a well-coordinated attempt on his life, she can’t sit on the sidelines any longer.
Keeping Morozov alive, however, means more than skirting the lines of what’s proper in a workplace. It requires a firm step beyond the very boundaries of the law she had sworn to uphold.
Which side of her will prevail? The agent—or the wolf, willing to do anything to protect her mate?
HEAT OF THE NIGHT is a standalone paranormal romance that can be read independently, but if you want to follow the general Kolovrat timeline, I highly recommend picking it up after Transient Moon.