This is a short, intense paranormal romance that kept my interest and I just couldn’t put it down. It’s part of the Black Hills Wolves series but each book is independent of the rest so grab it and start reading. You’ll want to learn more about this unique pack and it’s members. Characters from other stories are part of this one, after all, you have to see the pack alpha and the werebear, Gee. But, this story is all about Brick and Summer. They are totally unique and awesome characters with issues and problems. At times you can’t help but smile or even laugh at some of Summer’s antics. Though this is a short story, it’s amazing on how complex the plot it. You get into pack politics as well as the neighboring pride. I can’t imagine wanting anything more out of this story except more glimpses into these fantastic characters’ lives.
Brick is going crazy with the conversations he hears in his head. Maybe that’s why he went after his pack alpha. That was not a good decision as he was beat up and thrown out of the pack. Feeling as if he has no reason to live, Brick makes no effort to recover or thrive until a pesky raven starts leaving him gifts and singing him sweet songs. For 10 years this strange relationship continues, until Summer shows herself. But, she’s a cat and he’s a wolf. Her uncle has plans for her which don’t include Brick. Will they be able to withstand the upcoming pressures?
Ten years ago, visions of death and the babble of lupine voices in his head, drove lone wolf Brick Northridge to challenge his cruel and greedy pack alpha. Beaten by the alpha’s thugs and banished from the pack, Brick lives a life of seclusion in a mountain cabin in the Black Hills.
Born into a rival clan of feline shifters, skinwalker Summer McCoy, in her guise as a raven, watches Brick from afar, giving him back a reason to live through her sweet songs and special gifts.
But when her clan attempts to tear them apart and threatens the pack that banished Brick so many years before, will their love be strong enough to withstand the forces bent on their destruction?