When two hearts speak as one, no words are needed.
Chloe Williams has waited four long years for her mate to acknowledge her. Time and again he has turned her away for being too young, even when she was hospitalized, recovering from a beating that left lingering aftereffects. Now that he's been turned into a Wolf, his mating instincts are kicking in big time. Chloe has to decide if it's worth risking her heart yet again.
Ten years older than Chloe and dealing with issues she knows nothing about, veterinarian James Woods is about ready to howl in frustration. He's been drawn to Chloe since she was a radiant 19-year-old college student, but the age difference held him back from making a move on her. Now his Wolf wants what's his, and Jim is finally in a place where he can claim her. Between meddling mothers, Hunter brothers, and a mystery that threatens to end Chloe's life, they might find an opportunity to tell each other just how they feel. Or find themselves separated by more than just misunderstood words.
Warning: This audiobook contains explicit sex, graphic language, and two people who finally get their damn act together.
Too crowded with new people to focus on romance
While I enjoyed finally reading the romance between our primary couple (since it had been hinted about in previous books) the story was a let down. Firstly, the book wasn't really about our primary couple. The book seems to have been written only for the purpose of adding new characters. All the characters introduced as players in the plot against our primary couple wanted to move to town after they were discovered. Plots that were highlighted in previous books in the series were not linked or only weakly linked to this book. Seriously this story seemed to be focused more on the large conspiracy than the development of the couple's relationship. That was a really sad development considering that we had to wait until book four for the relationship hinted at back in book one.
If you're a true paranormal fan don't get this book
This author writes the weakest stories ever the women are off all week and I have issues.
This book reads more like a contemporary romance with the shifter portion seeming more like a disability for the characters.
If you want to write a book about finding romance with the disability even do it I have no idea why the right about a shifter community and I provide any detail. Perhaps the other series written should have been read first but I'll never choose this other again to weakness in the characters' relationships and emotions for me to enjoy.
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