A desperate mother. A scarred man. A powerful bond.
The moment he saw Blythe Daphne on the television news, Lucas Kenyon knew three things: she was a shapeshifter, like him. She was the most desirable creature he had ever seen. And she was in terrible danger.
Now, the wolf in Lucas is driving him to save Blythe and her young daughter from a man he knows is evil personified. A man who believes all shapeshifters are demons straight from hell. But Lucas knows he must never reveal the secret that threatens to tear him apart; not even to the one woman who could heal him.
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I really enjoy reviewing books. It is hard though when I read a book that I did enjoy but I found it for the most part to be totally average for the genre. There were a couple things that did stand out for me though.
First of all was Blythe's strength when it came to her daughter. She would do whatever was needed to rescue and protect her. This helped her to battle her wolf when a human's cooler head was needed. She made some decisions that had me scratching my head when it didn't involve Hailey but no one can fault her mothering instincts.
The one thing that really had me puzzled though was when Blythe was fitted with a leg holster which was supposed to be concealed by her jeans. I don't know of any women who wear their jeans loose enough to hide a gun unless they were planning on this before they got dressed for the day. This scene actually bothered me enough as I was puzzling it out to pull me way out of the story.
But what it really comes down to is the fact that I did enjoy the book though I doubt I would go out of my way to follow this series. Now mind you, your mileage may vary and if you enjoy paranormal romances, you might want to give it a try.