Driving home Sam and Cody get quite the show. A woman in their driveway and the biggest wolves they’ve ever seen around her. Ranchers, they are equipped appropriately and chase off the wildlife. Now what to do with the stunner on their property? Keegan, or she assumes that’s her name since it’s on the locket she’s wearing, wakes up knowing the two men hovering over her. But she doesn’t know herself. How can that be? As the two men take her home, she knows she safe and the men are hers. It’s what she doesn’t know that’s the problem.
While Keegan is from another magical dimension, and we the readers know it, no one else does. As Keegan and her men explore the possibilities the good and the bad are seeking her from her world. Destiny plays a big part in the romance between the three as they are suddenly in love and devoted even though they have only days into the relationship. But we read to suspend disbelief so I for one went with it. Full of hot three-way sex, a little magic and cameos from characters from previous books, this was another winner from this author.
Sam and Cody Keller expected just another boring night at home. Instead, they find a young woman lying unconscious in their driveway surrounded by wolves unlike anything the two cowboys had ever seen.
Keegan can't remember anything. Even her name. The only clue she has to her identity is a name on a locket. All she knows is the two cowboys that rescued her haunt her dreams. She's never met them, yet knows everything about them. And everything about how they can make her feel.
But the wolves are still after her. Her guardians are still looking for her. As her memory slowly returns and her nightmares worsen, Keegan learns things about herself she never expected. Things come to head and take a turn for the worst when wolf battles witch and people she thought she could trust suddenly become the enemy.
Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, menage (m/f/m) without m/m interaction. Length:Novel