Micah can be an ass, he admits it. But most of the time when he says something stupid it's a backfired attempt at teasing. Micah never pictured himself settling down, there were too many men and women out there to keep him busy hoping from one bed to another. There's only been one man who got under his skin. His brother's best friend. However, a series of misunderstandings and arguments and years of resentment aren’t easy to overcome.
Rylan's mother dumped him on the pack's doorstep when he was a pup after finding out her husband wasn't quite human. It left Rylan with a chip on his shoulder and a need to prove himself. Micah can't help but bite back when Rylan pokes at him, but always assumed that most of the animosity between them was relatively harmless and shrugged it off as just not getting along.
Since being cornered by his little brother and warned to play nice, Micah decides that maybe the past is better left where it is. Only before he can come to terms with his own mistakes and apologize, Rylan is kidnapped and no one knows where to look.
Micah searches until he is ready to collapse from exhaustion. He even challenges his alpha. The pack and coven desperately search for Rylan but when they finally find Rylan after six weeks, it may be too late to save him. Trevor's devious mind and scheming nature isn’t going to be easily outwitted.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Book four is all about Rylan and Micah. You actually hear more about Rylan's history in one go in the synopsis than in the rest of the book, as it is told as snippets and flashbacks. If you have read the previous books, you already know that Rylan and Micah are at each others' throats most of the time, and that it is probably due to unresolved sexual tension. Things seem to be set between them though - that is, until Rylan get kidnapped by Trevor. This book is a bit darker than the rest, with torture, post-traumatic stress, and brain-washing just some of the subjects covered. It also edges slightly towards Sci-Fi with talk of brain chips and retina cameras. Still, the story is intriguing, full of anguish and horror. I really enjoyed this book and the turn that it has taken, however, it came in as a 4-star for me. Something was missing, and I'm not sure what. If I figure it out, I'll let you know. Still a damn fine book though, and definitely recommended. * I received this book from Signal Boost Promotions in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!