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Branded an outcast by the noble branch of his werewolf clan, Cort Renier had come to San Francisco seeking fortune—and revenge. What he found was a mysterious beauty who could not—or would not—reveal who she truly was. At first glance, she seemed vulnerable and afraid, like so many girls caught up in the debauchery of the city's whiskey-soaked gambling dens. But one look into her stunning turquoise eyes and he knew he'd found the winning hand.
Aria di Reinardus had reasons of her own for concealing her identity, but Cort's kisses were more than enough to convince her to go along with his plan to transform her into a missing heiress and return her to her family. But they were not the only ones with secrets to keep and vengeance in mind, and they were about to discover that some destinies can't be outrun....
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- Burke Carey
WARNING: Mild spoilers ahead!
This author is somewhat new to me. I read/listened to "Bride of the Wolf" and liked it so thought I would try another. What a disappointment! This is one of those stories where the male MC (Cort) is attracted to the female MC (Aria) but doesn't want to be attracted so he takes it out on her. He treated her like sh*t until I gave up halfway through at Chapter 12.5. What a waste of time! In the meantime, he was planning to use her for revenge and financial gain. Those types of males are just not redeemable to me. It was made worse by her clingy, begging behavior to be loved by him instead of giving him the boot in the a$$. Get a backbone and quit being a doormat! The tale is further worsened by his being so attracted to her innocent, holy, untouchable virgin state while he had been a manwh*re. He has to preserve her virginity (although he does consider taking it at one point to get back at her supposed family)and he also claims to have had his heart broken once in the past. Well, who hasn't so grow up already! And last, but not least, was the lack of authenticity of his character pretending to be a gentleman, denying his wolf, and looking down on others who didn't pretend as he did. There was very little for me to admire about either MC. I got to the point that I really didn't care what happened to them.
Done with this writer. The narrator did a good job though.
Every enjoyable story. I loved how the main characters had to find themselves in order to find each other.