No Mercy by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Samia was an Amazon queen. Now she is a Dark Hunter.
Dev is a werehunter of the bear persuasion. A bouncer at his clan’s bar/supernatural hospice, he feels like he’s seen it all. Then he meets Samia.
The two are attracted to one another, more deeply than they care to admit. If that wasn’t bad enough – due to a rule against Dark Hunters and werehunters hooking up – Dev is the only being that Sam can touch without being overwhelmed with his every thought, memory and minute detail of his past. When Sam becomes the specific target of their enemies, Dev vows to do whatever it takes to keep her alive.
This is the 19th book in Kenyon’s Dark Hunter series. Full of action (both out of bed and in it), in many ways it is a lot like the previous books. However, the author is delving more into other realms as each book is published. Overall, it was a quick, decent read.