Eve Langlais once again transports her readers to a wonderful world where werewolves are real and romance reigns. Mina is not quite as feisty as previous heroines but she has just enough sass to keep her extremely entertaining and to snare our hero’s admiration. Remy is an impulsive young hero who makes some unfortunate choices and yet there is still something so ultimately appealing about him, especially as he matures and adapts to the situation he finds himself in. I loved learning of Mina’s background as it explains so very much about her opinions and actions. I fell a little in love with some of the other werewolves in this book and would love to see Remy’s father and best-friend both get their own stories. Jacques completely stole my heart with his wisdom and precocious ways. I love the world this author created and she once again has proven why she has a firm place on my must-read list. I cannot wait to revisit these werewolves and see what kind of adventures they can get up to.
Mina finds herself in a very vulnerable position but is thankfully rescued by the fascinating devil she has been seeing all-night. When Remy drinks too much and lets his werewolf urges take over he’s afraid he has lost his mate forever. But fate intervenes years later and Remy is given the chance to win her trust and get to know the son he never knew he had. He fully intends to take things slow as he proves his worthiness to his new family but danger has a way of speeding things up and he can only hope the fragile relationship can withstand the stress.
Not all pleasures are a sin...
Mina wants to put her seduction by a golden-eyed devil behind her, but the birth of her son, Jacques, renders that impossible. She tries to forget the only man who ever roused her passion, but when she notices her son exhibiting strange behavior—and less-than-human characteristics—she must face her past and learn to trust, and love, again.
Howling drunk, the one thing Remy clearly remembers is seducing Mina. A pity he didn’t think to get her address, especially since he marks her as his mate. When she disappears, he’s got plenty of time to regret, but he doesn’t get a chance to atone until she comes back into his life with an unexpected surprise.
Thrust into the role of father, Remy works to bond with his son while gaining forgiveness. But will he get the chance to truly make Mina his mate before danger threatens their fragile happiness?