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 love this series and I’m only four books in this means I only have three more until it is complete. 🙁 I cannot get enough of these alpha shifters.
Joseph is the eldest and in charge of protecting the entire family after his dad died. He does not have time to do anything but coach his brothers and protect his family. Then he finds his mate at his aunts funeral who is a good girl, a school teacher and church goer.
Sarah is drawn to one of her friends nephew whom they called Satan’s spawn. He tempts her to do things that is against everything she believes in. She is tough and keeps Sam on his toes.
While these two are trying to figure things out Joe tosses one more thing in the fire when he makes a deal with the vampires. Then add in their grandfather who is determined to bring them home especially Joe. They are still trying to figure out this heka amulet vampire thing. Joe has a lot of things resting on his shoulders.
I loved how the brothers pulled together to get things done. Even the mates pitched in even though they caught heck for it. I also like how there is the main story line about the brother and then a story line that continues through the entire series that only becomes more complex when more characters are introduced. I need to find out what is next. Oh my there are only three brothers left.
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.