A good book. I enjoyed the main two characters and their chemistry. Mason as a very strong male lead. Lucy was also very strong. Loved the pack as well. These two authors write well together. Again always curious as to who wrote what. The sex scenes were also well written and didn’t mind it in this book. I would recommend. I will have the read the next book.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story of a shifter about to turn feral who finds his mate. He is saved, but she is accidentally bitten by a pup, and turns into a werewolf herself. It was lots of fun, and I really enjoyed the dialogue. It has a fun happy ending, and I thought his was awesome- it really made me smile
Celia Kyle has a habit of writing winning stories and this is no exception. I must say that the beginning threw me off a bit as it reminded me of another story that I once read but as I read further I realised that it was different. Lucy has had a lot of drama and tragedy in her life culminating in her losing her job, and any chance of getting a new one, when she is falsely accused of imbezzlement! Feeling battered she returns to her childhood hometown. The house that she grew up in is still there having been looked after by a caretaker while she was gone. So, there she is strolling down the main street and taking in all the changes when, out of nowhere, she sees an SUV bearing down on a child, the driver completely oblivious. She saves the child but in his fright he bites her. Mason is the Blackwood Pack Alpha who is slowly turning feral as he has yet to meet his mate. On investigating the biting he immediately smells his mate on the child and sets out to find her. From then on its non stop as old problems and new raise their heads. A good quick read to relax you as it has a nice HEA.
Great enjoyable story with humour and a touch of sadness too. Likeable heroes and would be happy to read more about this group of characters Lucy is such an oxymoron. One very strong, brave and sweet woman in her actions with the children and in regards to their safety, then acts so hot-cold and aggressive towards Mason but she has this really enjoyable quirky sense of humour. So sad about her parents. Mason doesn’t know what hits him when his long awaited for mate, ignores him, defies him and basically brings him to heel. Great chemistry between these two and some very good banter. Story flowed well and carried me along but there were a couple of disjointed parts that seemed to not lead anywhere. This book was kindly given to me by the author but I read it through KU.