Sera Simpson's fears become a reality when she learns that her sister Aiza has perished in a tragic accident. The case is quickly closed, but Sera's instincts tell her that there is more to her sister's untimely demise than meets the eye.
It turns out that Aiza had a strange connection to the Wolf Brotherhood, a local gang of criminal werewolves. Determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, Sera searches Portland for any clue that will shed light on the question. What she finds instead might be an even greater boon: Seth, a gorgeous wolf who wants to help her - in more ways than one.
Seth is also on the hunt for members of the Wolf Brotherhood after two of his pack mates have gone missing. When he suggests that he and Sera combine forces in their search efforts, neither could ever dream that it would be the spark that ignites the raging fire burning between them.
This werewolf unlocks her deepest desires and has the skill and prowess to make her forget all of her troubles with a single touch. He's like a drug, and she finds herself craving more and more. He makes her head spin and her deliciously curvy body ache for his love, and after a lust-fueled night of passion, Sera becomes pregnant with his pup.
Sera isn't going to give up her search for answers, though. With Seth's help, she vows to get to the bottom of the mystery once and for all. But can they find the answers they seek before the Brotherhood finds them?
©2016 Meg Ripley (P)2016 Meg Ripley
This was a pretty good, steamy short story. There are some decent plot twists and hot sex. The narrator was enjoyable to listen to.
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This book was full of action, and not even necessarily the type of action you would think from the title.
Sera and Seth meet pretty quickly in the beginning and it doesn't feel like insta-love from the moment they met but grows at a pace that works for a novella story. The story felt complete and all of the loose ends and mysteries were tied up in a satisfactory way.
I received this audio book for free for an unbiased review.
Sera goes to her sisters home to find out what happened to Aiza, her sister. There she meets Seth who she hit with her car. Werewolves and the brotherhood are somehow involved. Will Sera find the truth? The story line was great, mysterious and a little hot romance.
Love books. Can get lost in them and spend hours there.
I enjoyed this book and will listen to more from this author.
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I am addicted to audiobooks. It makes my 1 hour (each way) commute go by without me becoming an agressive driver. lol
I received this audiobook free for an honest review. This is the first of Meg Ripley's books I have listened to. I really enjoyed the cute story. Meg did a great job of creating a complete story in such a short amount of time. In this short story she was able to provide complete characters that were totally believable and a story that was full of suspense, thrill and romance. The narrator, Veronica Holly, does a great job of creating each character as individuals that are very distinctive in her voice and her inflection. Great narrator.
This a real interesting story, looking forward to where it will be going. The narrator has an interesting listening voice. Meg Ripley, has a great begging for this love story mystery.
I received this audio book for free for an honest review. Enjoy
Hello I am addicted to Audible!!! The addiction is real and I need help...more credits that is.....
I really enjoyed this book, so sorry but the title just doesn't fit. I think that this book is way better than the title would suggest. Great story line, pretty developed characters for a short story and nice turns in the story that aren't too expected. I was given this book in return for my honest unbiased opinion and seriously this book is less than 2 hours and is full of more substance than some of the 4 to 6 hour books. BRAVO to Meg Ripley for writing such a great story and thank you so much Veronica Holly for being a great Narrator, we all know that the voice is what brings the book to life. Overall, I really think this is a great book that doesn't feel like anything is missing...just a great story!!!
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