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Her innocence destroyed, young widow Tally Bernard swore that she would never trust a man again. But when her brother disappears, she has little choice but to make a pact with the devil.
Though he wants nothing more than to live a quiet life on a ranch of his own, Simeon Kavanaugh can't escape the legacy of his werewolf father. The animal instincts that keep him from being fully human also make him a brilliant tracker, forced to survive on the desperation of people in need.
The attraction between these two wounded souls is immediate, primal, and dangerous. And if Simeon has any hope of saving Tally, he must do what he has always resisted and merge both man and beast within him. But if she cannot accept what he becomes, his choice may cost Simeon the only thing worth having - Tally's love....
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Narration is painful
The voice of the male role is so poorly narrated, he sounds like a gritty redneck, uneducated and crass. The woman character was completely off also. This was a painful listen.
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- Burke Carey
Not my favorite by this author.
The male lead, Sim, just seemed like too much work to me. His infatuation with Esperanza appeared juvenile. His anger with Tally's past felt like a double standard in face of all the persevering love she had given him. Sim was hardly a virgin and he was not blameless in his own past and present deeds. Because Tally was strong in most situations, it felt inconsistent that she was such a doormat for Sim.