Vivienne is not what I would call a gracious woman. Rescued from certain death, she's decidedly rude to her savior. But apparently, that's not a turn off for our hero Fabian. While her obnoxiousness could be attributed to her amnesia, some things just run to the bone. The verbal sparring through this book makes for some entertaining reading and a few LOL moments.
While most amnesiacs would be helpless, that's not the case here. Our mystery woman (we don't learn her name until later in the book for obvious reasons) has some serious skills and no way to explain them. But use them she must if she is to survive the foreseeable future.
Fabian is classic uninterested male until his mate lands in his lap. He goes from meh to mine in a hurry. I enjoyed the fast pace of the story, as well as the big reveal at the end that makes all the pieces fall into place for everyone.
She can’t remember her past. He wants to be her future.
Villains aren’t supposed to rescue damsels, and pack alphas are known to have complete control of their wolf. But when Fabian saves a certain lady from drowning, everything he knows gets tossed away and only one thing becomes clear: she’s his mate—and someone wants to kill her. Hell no. Protecting her, though, is only part of his problem. He also has to convince her she belongs to him. In her words, “Hell no.”
When she flees, little does she realize this wolf loves to chase. And when he catches the woman he wants? She’ll become the Alpha’s Mate.