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Edge of Obsession by Megan Crane

Tyr, a powerful man in a destroyed world, needs only three things to survive: his weapons, basic resources and a rotation of women to serve his voracious sexual needs. But when a beautiful prisoner grabs his attention during a mission to restock his clan's supplies, Tyr's alpha instincts give way to something much darker--strong, unquenchable lust that cannot be ignored...or denied.

After two years on the run, Helena is snared by this dominant group of men who roam the land unchallenged. Strong to her core and with a mission of her own, Helena knows she doesn't have to be their captive for long. But despite all the terrible things she's heard about these brutal beasts, Helena is overcome by intense desire for the ruthless man who has taken her. As their scorching passion escalates, Helena will have to trust in Tyr in order to save both what's left of this desolate, torn-up world...and herself.

Get a sneak peek at Megan Crane's Edge of Obsession (available January 5, 2016) with an exclusive excerpt of a selected scene.


Tyr usually liked it when his enemies screamed like the little bitches they were. That was the sheer joy of taking down enemies, and he’d been tracking the one he’d expected to find here since the rains let up around the March equinox—this year, anyway. And if there wasn’t a specific mortal enemy to gut and maim, he preferred a little mayhem, a lot of blood, and a worthy opponent or two when he ransacked a place. Otherwise, what was the point? This raid tonight was like a picnic.

Tyr hated picnics.