I would have liked this book more if there had actually been some resisting going on. I wanted to see some feisty interaction - all the reader got was lot of verbal protestations from the main female character, though she couldn't get her knickers off fast enough. Given that Micah was a smug, manwhore of a werewolf, I really wanted to see him taken down a peg or two.
If this book had been more of a battle of the sexes with some real effort at more than sketchy characterization then I would have gobbled it up. Sex doesn't resolve everything and as a reader I wanted to really know the characters. Unfortunately the main focus was on the sex, which was not particularly well written either.
Bridget Donohue is beyond furious with the meddling alpha of the local wolf pack. He not only crashed her wedding, but scared the groom away. And for what? It isn’t like he’s ready to man up and claim her.
Disgruntled by his attraction, Micah Smythe feels the pull but isn’t willing to bite. Bridget is irrational, mouthy, and temperamental. So why does his body respond every time she’s near? He’s declared her off limits, but the more time he spends with her, the harder it is to keep his hands to himself.
Passion ignites between them, but Bridget refuses to give in to the wolf’s game of seduction. She’s determined to resist the alpha at all costs.