Giselle Landry is in Las Vegas to haul her wayward brother back home. But casino owner Luke Dalton is also looking for her brother, who has run off with his little sister. The two should join forces, but Luke is unaware that Giselle's brother is also fleeing his duties as the future alpha of the Landry werewolf pack - which includes his Were bride.The Landrys don't believe in Weres mating with humans, and Giselle is no exception.
Though Luke is wealthy, gorgeous, and protective, Giselle can't let herself get close to him, even to solve their shared dilemma. But the tension wears away her resistance, and after a wild night with Luke, she is shocked to find she's fallen for him.But Luke still doesn't know Giselle's true identity. And once their siblings are found, Giselle must return to San Francisco. Can they overcome the odds - or will what happened in Vegas stay in Vegas?
©2014 Vicki Lewis Thompson (P)2014 Tantor
Started off a bit slow but quickly did a one eighty and kept you there.Cute story between a man and a Were,trying to set their wayward siblings straight only to come apon their own roller coaster romance.Complete with cat and mouse chases and water works.
a story that made sense, the women who iis accidently changed is so moronic that it made my teeth ache
make the heroine more beleivable
no not really
Just about the whole story line...
Skip the chocolate scene... it came out corny and not enjoyable to listen to.
I like Abby Craden... have gotten used to her reading this series but somehow with this storyline it made her performance sound very dull and boring and hard to get thru.
I found this one very hard to complete. It took me about three times longer to get thru because I would get bored and not pick it up again. There are books that I have to listen to from beginning to end cringing when I have to stop and take a break. With this one I was cringing and needing to take breaks. That's a clear sign that this book was not for me.
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