Political maneuvers, family feuds and a wolf pack in chaos starts a series that will leave you wanting more after each story. While there are fights to the death, there are also plenty of hot sex scenes and emotional reunions. The characters introduced are interesting and complex. Some are even mysterious. Though this story is short, it gives you the feeling of a much longer story. There is lots going on and yet the story never feels rushed, crowded or busy. Instead, it feels seamless and flows naturally. I loved Drew and even his mate, B. They seemed to go together well, even when they were fighting. From the pack to the main characters, everything about this story kept my interest and had me wanting to know more. This is an excellent paranormal romance that should keep anyone who loves weres glued to their book.
Drew left the pack 10 years ago after his father threw him out and even had him shot. But, when he gets a phone call that his father is dying, Drew immediately heads back to the place he called home. He’s met by Gee, a were-bear and Ryker, the pack enforcer. Through them he learns things worse than he ever thought possible and the only way to fix them is to take on the alpha, his father. Can he do it? With B, his mate, blaming him for running away and letting down the pack 10 years ago, Drew knows he has a lot of work to do, if he lives.
A hidden wolf pack. Lies. Intrigue. And reluctant heroes. Get to know the Black Hills…
Drew Tao left the Black Hills in disgrace, banished by his father. He has spent the last ten years a lone wolf, living on his own. Called back home, he finally gets the chance to set things right. If such a thing is possible….
Betty Holden has hated her mate every day for the last ten years for abandoning her and their pack. She's been running things in Los Lobos, and she has no intention of letting Drew Tao slip back into her life like nothing has changed-even if she has never been able to resist him.
Can there be forgiveness? And can he protect her when another enemy arrives?