Hunter Foster single-handedly ousted the shifter community after shifting in front of humans to protect a Vampire Council Warrior. With no regrets, he heads home to answer for his crime of breaking an outdated law.
Back in his town, he is faced with rogue packs challenging their alpha, his brother, as well as the woman he has spent years avoiding. Finally, he has to come to terms with what his wolf has been telling him and what he as a man has been fighting against
How I have been waiting for more of these shifters and Hunter. After Hunter outed himself as a shifter to save Jill he had to return home to face the music. Emily Snodgrass is home from college and takes over the shop with her sister.
Hunter returned home to face the consequence of what he did. Only realizing things are not as quiet as they were when he left. Because of him others think Garrett is weak and cannot control his pack so they can come in and take over. Hunter knows all eyes are on him and most want him to be punished. However, Garrett as something else to say about that.
Everyone is watching Hunter but no one more than Emily Snodgrass. She has had eyes for him since high school when he was literally scared into taking her to Prom. Hunter has denied his inner wolf for years but the time has come he can no longer fight him. Can Emily look past everything Hunter has done or not.
OH and did I tell you Steve, Slade and Jill play a part in this story. Steve is just Steve and cracked me up. Slade Hottie McHottie was fabulous as always and Jill well I loved that she was able to put these wolves in their place. I loved when they all got together and let their personalities fly. This was a great read and I enjoyed the side stories as well as the plot. Although I did enjoy seeing Steve get a chewing from Garrett for his “friendship” with a certain wolf. I cannot wait for more of these shifters and I hope we see more cross over with the Protector Series too.
Teresa Gabelman is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the ‘Protectors Series’. When not writing about sexy alpha vampires and the women who drive them crazy she can be found on a lake with a fishing pole/Kindle, at a MMA event or spending a fun evening with family.
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