When Violet London travels to the Canadian Yukon on a research grant, she can't imagine greater excitement than the chance to study wolves firsthand. Yet more thrilling than any wolf is Luke Benoit, a handsome French Canadian Logger whose brute desire to dominate both tempts and frightens her. Unnerved by her craving to submit to primal passion, Violet is drawn to another man, Damon Holden. Damon is a gorgeous surgeon with everything a girl could want--money, education, and sophistication. Violet must choose between the man who saved her life during an attack by the very creatures she is sworn to protect and the man who offers her the comfort of financial security and solid social standing.

Damon is the safe choice, or is he?


Inspiration for the Book


The mountains of Western Canada are full of mysterious beauty. As an avid skier, I have been fortunate enough to glide down slopes all over the world, yet it’s the awe-inspiring scenery that I encountered in Whistler, British Columbia, that carved a special place into my heart, thus leading to my initial inspiration to pen Claimed in Canada.


“R” and I stayed in a rustic yet chic chalet-style home that was filled with Native Indian masks and art along with fantastic woodwork everywhere your eye wandered. It was quite easy for me to allow my imagination to run wild. Read more on my blog...

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ISBN: 978-1-60381-537-6
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"I can see that the threadbare calm is dissipating fast as he leans in and grinds out through his gleaming white teeth, Baby, you’re in a bar full of horny working class men and you have no idea the fucking trouble you can get into tonight with those damn looks of yours."

- Luke Benoit, Claimed in Canada

Christine Edwards author
Christine Edwards Erotic Romances

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