Crystal like her grandmother has the gift of sight. When she has recurring dreams of a wolf that turns into a deliciously naked man, she knows that this means she's his mate. She also recognizes him as someone who lives on the other side of the bayoux.
Marcus takes some convincing; both in wolf form and human, he's strangely skittish. He doesn't know if he can trust the stranger who seems to know that he and his family are werewolves.
Crystal's forewarning could save his life, can she get him to trust her and listen?
I really wish Ms. Smith had given us some more basic information on the characters in this novella, so that we knew more about Marcus and his family. The story itself while being a basic shifter romance could have been so much more, with some detailed characterization and backstory.
Sometimes Fate brings two people together—but it’s just up to them if they let their hearts rule or give into their fears.
Marcus finally makes it back home after the worst case of his career. He’s looking forward to some quiet down time until he senses someone trespassing on his territory. The woman who has learned about his special gift and doesn’t seem afraid of his wolf is baffling and intoxicating at the same time. Marcus is just unsure whether she means harm or way too much good.
Crystal knew the moment she stepped into the swamp and on Marcus’s territory she was where she belongs. Coming from a long line of special women herself, she has no problems with Marcus’s differences. If she could just convince Marcus she is his mate, everything will just be perfect.
When these two come together, the heat and passion fills the room and nearly combusts. Almost perfect… except for the vision of Marcus being killed. Can they work together to figure out who is after Marcus? Or will their Fated Love burn them?