Elena Demos' life has been turned upside down. Her mother has passed away, leaving Elena and her two half-sisters to deal with their mother's will and the crazy stipulations it contains. For the three sisters to inherit the substantial amount of money left behind, they have to go to work with two aunts they've never met in a family business - Amazons Inc. - they know nothing about. If that isn't bad enough, Elena runs into the man who once broke her heart, and it's only their first day on the job.
Gage Ivanov is a stupid beast. He let the woman who should be his mate go because she couldn't be told of his Other identity. Now Elena's back, but she refuses to give in to his demands for her to be his mate. The timing for all of this couldn't be worse, either, because Gage and his circle of friends are trying to subdue a rogue pack of wolf shifters in Germany who threaten to out the Others to the world of humans. Will he be able to juggle the oncoming conflict and win back his mate?
©2014 Jessie Lane (P)2014 Tantor
I really liked this book. It had some action, shifter romance, and humor. The heroine is a bit neurotic at times, which made me laugh a lot! Her reaction to spiders remind me of my childhood friend. The narrator was good for the most part. The male voices could be better at times, but they could also be a lot worse. The first book was great as well. I recommend reading that one as well if you haven't already.
The male voice are so awful it distracts from the over all enjoyability of the book. I don't know if she thinks that men talking that slow and breathy is sexy or what but OMG spit it out already.
"Light hearted. Pass the time book"
Funny book did laugh but story was lacking. Slightly. And the narrator made the male voices sound weird
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