Fighting fate isn’t for the weak.
I am many things, but a supernatural being isn’t one of them. At least until a crescent mark appears on my wrist and everything changes. I’ve been marked by a wolf goddess, yet no one knows what that means, myself included.
On top of that, I find out my best friend is a werewolf and her pack alpha is my mate. Just like that my future is supposed to be decided—unless I find a way out.
When fate sends a human mate my way, I’m certain it has to be a mistake. An alpha is supposed to have an equal at his side. Cait might be strong in her own ways, but what she is makes her an easy target in my world.
Regardless, Cait is mine to protect and I have every intention of showing her this is where she belongs—in my pack, by my side.
This book is 295 pages long and basically nothing happens until the last 5 pages, when some action finally happens so that the book can end on a cliffhanger. I’m serious. The h & H meet in the first chapter. Then she spends the whole rest of the book whining and denying their bond and he spends the whole time pining and telling her he wants her. Nothing else progresses, develops, or happens. It’s repeat, repeat, repeat. And it’s all just so ridiculous. She’d only even known about shifters for about two weeks, about the mate bond for a single week. That she hadn’t accepted it yet isn’t surprising or anything to base life decisions on. So, it all felt blown out of proportion.
I liked the writing. The editing was clean. The world seems interesting. But I don’t know that I’ll continue the series. I get the feeling every book will cover equally little ground and then end on a cliffhanger. I just can’t be bothered.