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Werewolf pack leader Jake Silver is an acclaimed photographer. He sees a beautiful woman at the art gallery where his photos are on display, and his intrigue turns into wolfish protectiveness. Alicia Greiston has never met anyone like Jake–he’s sexy, alpha, and totally irresistible, and he calls to something primal in her soul.
Alicia only want one thing to throw the men who killed her mother behind bars but when that plan goes terribly wrong can she trust her fate in the arm of a wolf. I have to say I love how this one gal tried so hard to take on the mob that killed her mother and just kept rolling with the punches. She was the right amount of brave and feminine for my liking and I just couldn’t get enough of her. Plus she just happened to have one great occupation.
Jake just wants to go on with his life in peace and seclusion that is until one trip to an art gallery shows him a woman he can’t imagine living without. Jake is a great alpha male both protective and strong but not overpowering. I loved that he was willing to step in and defend Alicia whenever the situation called for it but also there to sooth her when everything started to fall apart.
I haven’t read any of the other books in this series, which seeings how this is book seven that’s a biggie, but surprisingly it wasn’t that hard to keep up with. The story had a great plot line which obviously had the other characters blended in but you didn’t feel like you were missing out on anything and I loved that about it. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes wolf shifters. I may just have to look up the rest of the books in this series to see what I’ve been missing.