Josiah Hallow carries the weight of the world on his shoulders. Literally. Between keeping his family safe as the head of the Hallows, training his six younger brothers for their individual turns in the MMA cage, and guarding his mother’s amulet from the creatures who want to use it to take control of the world, his sanity is about to break.
Mating with the pure Sarah Merit, an overly-religious school teacher whose body makes every fiber of Josiah’s being stand at attention, could finally push him over the edge. Unfortunately, despite the all-consuming sex that blazes between the pair, it isn’t enough to convince Sarah to live with him so he can protect her, as well.
When Josiah learns the secret Sarah is keeping from him, he makes a deal with the pair of vampires who run the MMA promotion the family fights for in an attempt to save her. But will he be able to save her again when Sarah is kidnapped and taken to Josiah’s grandfather, Atticus, the vicious alpha of a pack of werewolves in Maine? And what will Sarah do when she finds out the sexy corner of the Hallow Brothers is a werewolf, too?
I received this book from the author for an honest review.
My baby daddy and my book!! YAY!! I finally get my HEA. Granted Tricia had to change my name in the book to protect the “innocent” but rest assured its totally my book!!
In Sam’s book we got a bit of a cross over into Joe’s book with Sarah. We knew she was a teacher and a fighter. We knew the guys loved seeing the oldest brother fall and fall hard just like they did.
Joe is crazy with a desire and want that he has no understanding of lately. He is feeling a pang of jealousy when he sees his brothers and their mates. He doesn’t have time for all that mating nonsense since he was trusted to care for the family being the eldest. However, the fates give you what you need when you least expect it. When Sarah walks into his life at his aunt’s funeral, he is stunned stupid.
Sarah is good friends his with crazy, religious aunts. She prays with them and knows all about the deviant nephews they have. When she sees Joe, she realizes he has been the stars of her naughty dreams lately. The two have a crazy chemistry in the sheets but seem to clash A LOT out of the sheets.
Sarah is a good girl where as Joe is a cussing angry man….errr….werewolf! Yes, Joe needs to have a nut punch and yes, his brother serve him up with Karma. The speech they give him, which was the speech he gave them about a mate, was PRICELESS!!
The couple have A LOT to figure out, but they are still fighting against the vampires AND the other werewolf pack from Maine. There is a lot of stuff happening to move the story line forward, but the book FLEW. I was stunned at how it all flows and how happy my heart was. Joe was a tough nut to crack but once he finally opens, he is a fluffy wolf at my feet…errr…Sarah’s feet.
Tricia Andersen lives in Iowa with her husband, Brian and her three children – her sons, Jake and Jon, and her daughter, Alex. She graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts in English and from Kirkwood Community College with an Associate of Arts degree in Communications Media/Public Relations. Along with writing (which she loves to do), Tricia practices Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, coaches and participates in track and field, reads, sews and is involved in many of her children’s activities.