Half-shifter Shaya Critchley may hold a submissive role in her pack, but she’s done taking orders. After her Alpha wolf mate refused to claim her—but committed to interfering in her life—she took off. Now she hides from him, posing as a human in a town full of anti-shifter extremist groups. She thinks he’ll never find her again, and that suits her just fine. But she’s wrong.
Nick Axton can barely control his feelings for Shaya, but he could never claim her—not if he truly cares for her. The degenerative brain condition he keeps secret would ultimately leave her with a burden rather than a mate. But when Shaya runs away, Nick can’t bear the thought of never seeing her again. After tracking her down, he discovers Shaya’s feisty and passionate side in the process…a side he’d never seen before.
About the Author
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This story was a big disappointment. I would have to agree with some of the other reviewers that Shaya is completely different from the other books. I thought I was reading about a completely different person than I met in the previous stories. Shaya was not a nice person; she was mean, short tempered, illogical and quite frankly stupid at times. She was very frustrating to read about. I didn’t enjoy Nick either. All the random “dangerous” situations that occurred could have been handled with a lot of common sense instead of just ignoring the problems and letting more dangerous events occur. Overall, this was not worth the read. I should have just skipped to the next book.
If you enjoyed the first two books of this series then you will definitely like this book. (I listened to the audio version of all 3 books.)