Tess Gentry fled her home 10 years ago to find a normal life, in a place where male wolf shifters didn't exist. As the daughter of one, the odds of having compatible DNA to carry cubs were high, and becoming a broodmare to increase the furry population was, for her, an intolerable position. Now she's come back home to take care of her mother and, as fate laughs, she finds herself face to face with her destiny.
From the first tantalizing touch of hunky Sheriff Caleb Bennett, her defenses crumble and her own wolf howls in ecstasy. Though females can't shift, they do go into mating heat, and Tess and Caleb light up the town with their passion. But what happens when the initial blistering need for sex wears off? Can she get past her fear and anger and learn to love a shifter? Or will she just leave again?
Dismal story line, wimpy heroine, appalling dialog, awful narrator. Not worth it even if it was free.
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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
The story was okay and the bad quality of the audio brought down the whole experience for me
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
I would try to edit the audio quality becauseit sounded like it was tape with a cheap recorder
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Lee Ann Howlett?
Yes she didn't any charisma or emotion
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