Wolf Bond

As with all 1 Night Stands, this is a short, intense romance that always has a happy ending as Madame Eve seems to magically match the perfect people at the right time. This story has paranormal elements as Saxon is a werewolf. It also seems to fit into a series but is thoroughly enjoyable and definitely a stand alone story. The characters are very well thought out and have just enough detail to make them believable and easy to relate to. I really enjoyed this story even though it does have a touch of war in it. And, even though it is short, it reads as if it is a full length story. However, I know I wasn’t ready for it to end. I wanted more as these characters were just that well written. This is the perfect book for those lazy afternoons or just before bed.

Barrett fell in love with a wonderful woman, Saxon, and then saw her die on the battle field. It’s been a couple of years and he knows he should move on but he can’t. Saxon was told she had been in a bad car accident yet she dreams of a human soldier and a battle. Her family is pushing her to marry but before she does, she wants a night for herself. Will Madame Eve match these two lovers together? And, what about Saxon’s family and duties?

Book Blurb for Wolf Bond

Barrett Simmons, head of security for the famous rock band, Lyric Hounds, has managed to avoid the band members’ less-than-subtle matchmaking attempts. Since the woman he loved was killed in action, his heart has been as dry and dusty as the sands she fell on. He doesn’t want to date, in fact he can’t think of anything worse. But he didn’t count on his sister, Melody, making a call to Madame Eve....

A car crash two years ago left werewolf Saxon Reeves with amnesia and nightmares—but the nightmares aren’t of the crash. Instead she dreams of a soldier. A human soldier she can’t get out of her head. When her family pushes her to mate with a wolf from a neighboring pack, she decides to take one night, just for herself, and contacts 1Night Stand.

The last thing she expects when she walks through the door is to come face to face with her soldier....

Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2014 4.00