I accidentally came across this free e-book and almost bypassed it until I saw the huge number of positive reviews on iTunes and on Goodreads. I wondered…were they positive reviews, cause it was “good, for a freebie” or was there something more to the raves? Sometimes, free doesn’t end up being worth it if you feel you’ve wasted your time at the end of the story, you know? After reading the summary (intriguing), and numerous reviews (everyone seemed extremely excited about it), I decided to give it a try. Free huh? I can’t believe how much I lucked out on that one cause, in this case, this book lived up to it’s reviews, and then some!
I downloaded this werewolf series and was floored by how good it was. Nice long books, that capture you and tell an amazing story (werewolf pack issues, werewolf meets human – lots of danger and romance). I didn’t want to put it down, and this was another series that kept me up late into the night. I had one of my friends read it, and she said “I think I liked it better than Twilight”. That’s saying something cause she’s a Twilight addict.
About book #1:
Elise had no idea when she came home that day that she’d end up mated to a complete stranger. A new Alpha and the need for an alliance between packs have made her a pawn