Wolf shifter Jaime Farrow has a secret. And no one - not her Alpha, not her best friend, and most definitely not gorgeous Dante Garcea - can know the truth. She thinks keeping her little “problem” under wraps from Dante won’t be so tough; after all, he’s ignored her for years, despite her best attempts at flirtation. But though Jaime is determined to face her problem alone, nothing can stop her from wanting him....
As Beta, Dante is responsible for the protection and safety of his entire pack. If a wolf is hiding something that could endanger the others, it’s his business to know about it. So when rebellious Jaime begins acting strangely, Dante makes it his mission to find out why. But after years of keeping her - and his desire - at arm’s length, he is forced to confront the danger she poses to their pack…and the passion smoldering between them.
©2013 Suzanne Wright (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
The characters and story line was once again great
I loved that we got new characters story and same ones from book 1. I loved the birth scene it was so funny, I loved Dante and Jamie
I like all her different voices she is my favorite I would listen to her read anything
I couldn't wait for a credit so I bought this book and I would buy it again. I love Dante and Jamie and Tarin and Greta. I loved the one liners they had me laughing out loud which was bad cause I had my head phones on and working lol. I was sad when it was over can wait for book 3
The narrator. She was outstanding. Her inflections were spot on. She did not just read the book to you she allowed you to experience the book.
Liked everything about the story.
Everything. She is a gifted narrator. She reads the book as if she is in your own living room reading it just for you. Perfect inflections and very real emotions. She is one of Audibles best female readers.
I laughed when Taran went into labor. She was so funny and real in the way she dealt with giving birth.
Worthy 2nd installment in this series. If you liked book 1 you will like book 2.
The story line was misleading in the description, not at all what I thought it was about.
Performance was fine.
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I was looking forward to this book, but was disappointed with the very predictable story line. It seems like the author copy/pasted the sex scenes from the first book to the second. They aren't great the first time, but downright boring the second. I fast-forwarded through them. The dialogue is a bit rediculous and stilted. Overall, I just wish I hadn't wasted a credit on it. If you've read the first book - you've read the second one as well. Just switch out names. I won't get the third.
i'm a romance's lice! i crawl all over it... :D
I pre-ordered this book a month ago and was on edge the whole time waiting for it to release. It doesnt disappint!!! This book is captivating! It twists, it turns and I very much enjoy the ride the author had brought me on.
Both hero and heroine were introduced in book 1 and had me totally convinced that Jaime was going to be a meek submissive shifter, but boy was I wrong! In this book, she was everything I secretly wish she turned out to be. Hero's personally had been consistent throughout both books. He's strong and domineering and an all male beta! it make me squirm when he grew to care so much about Jaime and he was soooo sweet and oh soooo sexy. *swallow*
Sex scenes were hot and heavy. You might need a fan for it!! Jill Redfield did a good job narrating as always!
I kinda wish there were more action to it like the first book though, if not more. but Its no biggy!! I still enjoyed it very very much!!!
I enjoy fantasy, romance, westerns, mysteries and classics... street signs, billboards, t-shirts... Audible is perfect for me.
I've read both books (so far) in the series. Passionate. Adventurous. Erotic. I enjoyed the byplay between characters. And in this second book especially the feeling touched me. As I said I laughed and I cried. I don't want to spoil the story for others in spilling things. I will say though that shifters are a lusty, passionate lot. Some was more than I'd find comfortable, but perhaps, it is that I never found someone so overwhelming that I could trust so deeply.
I look forward to the next book in the series and can see a number of future stories with strong, passionate males AND females.
I'm a grad student with very little time to edit reviews because I'm editing research papers. Forgive the typos. They're made with love.
Well these books are just hardcore. Yummy, but squeamish beware. To be honest, I enjoyed this book less than the first, mainly because it was like a thirty-something dating an 18-year-old. Whatfreakingever anyone?
If you read the first book, simply take the two leads from the last time and change their names and downgrade them slightly to the rank of Beta. Jaime is the new gal of the pack and has some issues letting her wolf out, just like Taryn. She even has the same quippy responses for the grandmother. Dante is a big dominant brooding male just like Trey. Jaime's had a crush for like, omg ever, and Dante has been avoiding this little brat-come-hot young chick. Suddenly she acts like she loses interest and boom! Dante is smitten. Hardcore borderline-rape ensues much to be pleasure of both parties.
(SPOILERS) I gotta say I found Jaime annoying. It's hard to follow/love someone who is annoying. I also kept wondering why Dante was so focused on her because it's obvious that he only wants to F her (yes, they f*** never for whatever reason make love). And just like the division created in the minds of the Alpha pair in book one, they have mental divisions as well. Speaking of the Alpha pair, I'm sure the author's creative brain (she's proved that at least) could come up with another name for sex than "Hiding Pedro" - I swear if I have to hear that in the next book I'm taking a star away.
Also, there's no explanation for a number of things: Why does Jaime call Dante Popeye? Is it because she needs a catchy name like Flintstone? At least that name had a story behind it. Also, what happened to her parents? That's never explained. And after all the hesitation on so many parts to avoid imprinting early just in case you find your true mate, why does Jaime's brother start that immediately after moving? Foreshadowing an upcoming book? I also didn't get the Alpha Nick true-mate deal, even with the explanations as to why he was acting that way it seems to be setting up some spectacular melodrama for the next book.
The last, and I swear I'll stop after this problem, is that Dante is quite a bit different than he is int he first book. Isn't he the one who knew Trey and Taryn were true mates? Yet he's blind to everything related to love now? He seemed more light-hearted and open with a good head on his shoulders in the first book and in this one he's a broody work-a-holic. Just an observation.
Still, it was a fun listen, mainly because the narrator is fabulous - I'm not sure I would have kept listening if she was bad. Plus, the sexy scenes are mouthwatering if you like that kindof thing. 3 Stars.
Love Romantic Erotica with a twist , thrill, suspense and a great story !
Not as good as book 1, but it was still good. Some parts very frustrating. I did like the ending though.
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