Maria planned to become the Mayor of Austin, Nevada but she didn’t expect to get the position by default. As the Interim Mayor, she must meet the local alpha, Derrick. Sparks fly and the imprint bond threatens to destroy everything she has worked for. In her mind a Mayor can’t be compromised and being the alpha’s mate would do just that. Choosing between her career and the alpha will be the hardest choice she has to make.
Being the alpha, Derrick needs to find a mate and have children to pass the alpha gene. When the imprint connects him to a woman who doesn’t want to settle down he must find a way to convince her otherwise. When secrets about Maria’s family pop up, Derrick must keep his cool so Maria will stay safe. Neither his wolf or his human side will let Maria go without a fight.
***This book does standalone, but they're better when read in order.***
About the Author
McKayla loves to write books about sexy werewolves. She is a stay at home mom of two in the state of Wyoming. Born in California, she misses the hot weather all of the time. Her goal- to write as many sexy books as possible. However, being a mom of two little ones can take time but she is pushing to finish her work to get more books out for her lovely fans.
Ever since she was little she wanted to be a writer but doubters said that it would be impossible to make money at it. She is pushing herself hard to show them they are wrong.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Maria is a strong independent woman that has her sights set on becoming Mayor. All that changes after she meets Derrick the town Alpha. Their journey has several twists and turns that keeps you flipping the page for more. Highly recommend this book along with all the books prior in the series.
I enjoyed this book but I think it could have benefited from a little more character development. Maria and Derrick are imprinted almost immediately after meeting on her first day of being the mayor. There are some interesting twists to the plot and both the H and h are likeable. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.