"Suspenseful, sexy, full of twists and turns that keep you hooked till the very end and leave you more than ready for book 3!" Astrid Arditi, USA TODAY Bestselling author of Olympian Challenger
"This story was delicious, action-packed with shifter drama, and filled with all those intense character scenes everyone swoons over! All the stars!" Bookishlor
"I once again stayed up to an ungodly hour to finish another one of Olivia Wildenstein's Boulder Wolf tales and it was SO WORTH IT." Tee
"Gripping, action-packed and angst-filled, this consuming second installment also has its emotional moments." Sue's Romance Reviews
"You have no way to prepare yourself for the twists that are going, so don't even try. Just dive in and get lost in this read." Novel Grounds
"MY MIND is BLOWN. MY HEART HURTS." Chez
"This book was everything that I wanted, needed, coveted and awaited." ~ Elysian Fields
In the seductive follow-up to A Pack of Blood and Lies, Ness Clark’s heart and legitimacy are again put to the test.
She thought the fight was over, but it was only just beginning.
At the end of the trials, Ness Clark has earned her spot in her all-male pack and has won over her new Alpha, Liam Kolane. But her place amongst the Boulders and at Liam’s side is compromised. First when her cousin, who’s become enemy number one, claims Ness helped him elude his death sentence. And then, when August Watt, Ness’s childhood friend and confidant, comes home to Boulder, Colorado.
Although August’s plan was to pledge himself and return to active duty, he finds himself incapable of leaving. This becomes problematic for Liam and Ness, because a mating link has clicked into place between Ness and the ex-marine. If not consumed, the link will fade, but that’ll take months. How long and hard can two people fight a physical attraction that renders their bodies unreceptive to anyone’s but their mates?
Ness is tired of fighting, tired of having to prove herself worthy of her pack’s trust and of her Alpha’s affection. But when an enemy pack arrives and threatens the Boulders, she has two choices: step aside and let the wolves who have pushed her away fend for themselves, or step up and help them fight the newcomers.
Ness has never stepped aside…not for anyone.
Why would she start now?