Half-shifter Shaya Critchley may hold a submissive role in her wolf pack, but the petite redhead refuses to let an Alpha male interfere in her life. Furious and humiliated after her mate refused to claim her, she runs off to hide among the humans. Why wait around for an Alpha male to love her when he’d obviously prefer to ignore her?
Nick Axton can barely control his urges for Shaya, but the Alpha can never claim her — not if he truly cares for her. His degenerative brain condition will eventually destroy him, and he’s afraid of turning his mate into his caretaker. Yet when Shaya runs away, Nick can’t let her go. He pursues her, vowing to finally claim his rightful mate. And despite Shaya’s spirited and passionate resistance, Nick’s fiery determination just might be the ultimate aphrodisiac.
©2014 Suzanne Wright (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Yes. The voices really make the experience better.
The love between fated mates.
She is a wonderful narrator.
They were all good.
This is a wonderful addition to the Phoenix pack series.
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yes, but really slow start, could have left out several chapters. I like Shaya and Nick, but book could have been several hours shorter
First book the best, but sick to death of the "p" word. Enough already
Im a nurse in San Juan, Puerto Rico i have been a member since 2012 love to read a lot, cook and hear my audible books in my free time!
Love each and every of these stories and Jill Redfield superb my favorite narrator! Paranormal and Shifters are my new genre to read! Cant wait to continue to book 4!!!'
The female lead in her entirety almost ruined this potentially flawless series. I didn't care for even her minimal appearances in the previous books either. Fortunately, everything else about the author's masterful story telling abilities, urged me to do nothing short of fight my way thru this tale, so I could get the next, undoubtedly much more pleasant literary experience she provides. To be clear, Shaya's character is the only shit part of the book. Everything else about is 5 star worthy.
Edit: I despise her character so much, that she DID ruin this book. At the half-way mark, I found myself loathing every aspect of her and not caring one lick about the potentially interesting back story of the underlying plot. She even ruined every attempt I made at distracting myself with all other noteworthy aspects the story provides. This book feels more like a punishing rite of passage one must overcome to earn access to other, more worthy stories, than the blessing of depth to a fantastic world that it should, nay, deserved to be.
The characters are great. You make them so real. The narration is excellent! I will definitely look for more books with this narrator.
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