The Golden Stag
USA Today Bestseller!
Katerina Jager has lived for ten long years with the curse her stepmother, the wicked sorceress Sofia Schwarz, thrust
upon her. For a decade, she's struggled with her were-tigress nature just as her younger sister, Tatiana, has worked to keep
her inner wolf under control. But they're the lucky ones. Her brother, Wilhelm, was turned into a deer and hasn't been seen
since, most likely stolen by her wicked stepmother. However, the girls have struggled to find him and help him remember his
humanity. To make ends meet, they've created a detective agency where they help Chicagoans deal with the mysteries of the
supernatural that the cops can't---and usually won't---touch.
Enter Vincent DaSilva, the millionaire owner of half the best clubs in downtown Chicago, whose family probably made the
bulk of their fortune during Prohibition but now owns the city. He's had a valuable family heirloom, the Golden Stag idol,
stolen from his home. He never cared much for it---too gaudy---but his late mother loved it and always told him it was his
family's good luck charm. Considering how cut-throat business in Chi-town is and his loyalty to his mother, Vincent feels
he has no choice but to find the Golden Stag. Now he and his assistant, Sam, are trying to track down the antique. Having
hit every wall twice, Vincent decides to turn to the famous supernatural detectives, the Jager sisters, even though he despises
all magic. Together, he and Katerina are led on a wild chase around the city, one that throws their lives into constant peril.
Everything changes, however, when he realizes that his family wasn't as ordinary as it seemed and that the magic that
runs deeply through him also binds him to the Golden Stag as well. Katerina might be the most alluring and beautiful woman
he's ever met but her feral side could kill him too. Time's ticking down to find the Golden Stag, save his family legacy,
and rescue her brother from the evil Sofia. Vincent and Katerina have to find their happy ending or all of Chicago is doomed.
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