The Claiming is a paranormal story with some romance. This story grips you from the beginning. The characters are strong and the pacing seems just right. I don't believe there was ever really any conflict in the story, at least not really. The dialog seemed strong and helped to move the story along.
This book is a great read, but you do have to bear with the adult situations.
Tom is a werewolf and is trying to save his brothers and himself. They are their own pack and they need a mate. There is a curse on their heads. Tom is the oldest. If he doesn’t find a mate for them by the time he is 35 they will all be wolves forever.
Kitty is all alone in the world without a penny to her name or any family to speak of. She has never really had a real home since her mother died. Now she has a chance, a crazy one, to have a home. The only catch? She is to be the mate of 6 men.
I loved this book. I wasn't sure I would, but it surprised me. I hope this author writes a story for each of the brothers as they try to break their curse. I would love to read every one of them.
The laws of the moon state each alpha must pick a mate before the age of thirty-five. If no mate has been chosen for the alpha and his pack then the beast takes control for eternity.
Tom has one year to find a woman, claim her, and bind her to his pack. His brothers do not believe in the curse but he does. Time is literally running out. With each passing moon he feels the control of his wolf growing stronger. He needs to find the woman destined for his pack.
Kitty Evans has been dealt a bad hand. After her mother died swallowing up what little money she had, Kitty has been living from place to place, never settling down.
After one brief encounter, Kitty is bound to men who could be her salvation. Can she really give herself to six men?
Be Warned: menage mating (MFMMMMM)