Taryn Warner is a wolf shifter with extraordinary healing skills - and serious problems. First, her father is determined that she mate for life with a wolf shifter named Roscoe Weston, whom the feisty Taryn can’t stand. To make matters worse, she’s also been kidnapped by Trey Coleman, a dangerous alpha male from another pack. And as much as she wants to resist Trey, Taryn is incredibly, maddeningly attracted to him. When he makes her a tempting proposal that will benefit both of them, the strong-willed healer has to decide whether escaping an unwelcomed bond with Roscoe is worth the risks of mating with Trey, no matter how temporary their allegiance is intended to be.
©2013 Suzanne Wright (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
This is the worst book I believe I have ever read. There is no story. Just graphic descriptions of two people having sex. If I wanted to read stuff like that I would go on the internet. I am sure there will be women who can't get a man who will love this and get all flustered. The only reason it gets a star is because that's the minimum. This book is not worth the time or the embarrassment if someone found out this is your idea of "reading".
Yes, it had a good story, good twists and turns.
A little too much "back door action" for my taste, but it was still a sexy story!
Yes…. It was a hoot. Loved it
Loved the lead Female. Great character.
Nope First one
4 1/2 STARS!
Oh, I loved this book. Loved it. I wasn't sure at first, it seemed to start off a bit shaky for me, but that quickly changed. Sizzling hot sex and chemistry, a good bit of sarcasm and wit from the heroine, cheesy sex jokes and lines from a member of the pack (all said in fun) and a take-charge alpha hero = near perfection. And the narrator for the audio version did a good job. Especially with the sexy times. *wink* All in all, I am anxious to read more books by Wright!
Another narrator - A better storry that is not "fast forward".
I don't know
I Lowe Robert Petkow
People that enjoy the coarser sexual adventure would enjoy this I imagine.
For me, I felt that this story could have held it's own without so much racy content. Just a little of that goes a long way in my book. I love books that aren't so graphic about sexuality.
understandable smooth erotic
The love story.
I love how she calls Trey "Flinstone", and laughed so hard when Dominick stated he was no Flinstone but he can make her bedrock! That was classic! I also enjoy the smart comments throughout the story between Trey's grandmother Gretta and his mate.
She clearly separated the characters in story.
YES Most Definitely!
I am looking forward to book # 2 and the rest of the series.
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