An entertaining read about Locke who was thrust in to the alpha position at a very young age due to his father’s death. Soon after this his wife (not mate) died leaving him to do so many things at once with only so many hours in the day. He came across as Neanderthal workaholic at first, ignoring his daughter for years and expecting others to raise her but once I heard his reasons for why he is trying to prove himself I was on his side. Isabella has built her own company up from the ground and is an Alpha woman in her own right. She also learns to live life with less work. Her situation was sad but she had come to terms with it. Loved Isabella and her sensible approach to their unique situation. Her interaction with Sara was a bit light and I would have liked more time with the two of them but it all flowed well. I did enjoy how she made Locke take notice of what he was doing. The twists in this story re relationships, Uncle Robert, Locke’s father, was good. This is my honest review of this book.