STORY: Fresh from defending her pack in battle, Natalya Stravinsky, a whip-smart werewolf with a lovable neurotic streak, wants a little rest and relaxation. Once an outcast, she’s now eager to rejoin the ranks of her New Jersey pack, and has even gotten a handle on her obsessive urge to hoard holiday ornaments. Yet Nat barely has time to revel in her progress before the next crisis comes howling at her door.
Nat’s father has suddenly gone missing, captured by the Russian werewolf mafia. And as Nat steps up to save her dad from a mob boss’s deadly game, two men step in to play another round for her heart: her gorgeous alpha ex-boyfriend, Thorn, and her new flame, the sweetly sensitive wizard Nick. With her life growing more harried by the minute, Nat must stay cool, calm, and collected . . . or else risk losing everything.
REVIEW: I thought I’d give this author another try so I read this book and was disappointed once more.
I’m not sure it’s all this author’s fault. I’ve thought about it very seriously and I believe it’s possibly me that is to blame at least for not liking the whole story. I thought the writing was somewhat good and the pace was decent, but the story was too juvenile for me. Me thinks I’m too old for this story.
If you’re a teenager, I believe you might like this more than I did. Those that loved Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series might like this series too. I just didn’t so I’ll stop at two.
Melanie for b2b
Complimentary copy provided by the publisher