Canon Ross is a half breed were, just moved to the area to
join the pack his mother belonged to before she was
banished for loving a human. The elders still couldn't
decide whether or not to let him join the pack.
Violet Winter is a full blooded were and her attraction to
Canon Ross is completely taboo, no matter how gorgeous the
half breed is up close and personal. But Violet has a wild
side that keeps landing her in trouble. The elders of the
pack decree she must take a mate by the next lunar eclipse
or face banishment. What's a beautiful werewolf to do?
I really enjoyed this short story. The author has a great
insight into what can only be called the mating rush of a
werewolf. This novella was a fun and light read that made
me smile in the end. I adore how clever the characters are
in what they go through on the journey to find
acceptance. I think Ms. McCall is funny and her wit
comes across on the pages with incredible clarity. I will
be keeping my eye out for other titles by this author.
Canon Ross seeks his birthright, to live among his motherís pack. Reluctantly received, Canon is establishing his place in the pack until heís seduced by a she-wolf.
Violet Winterís father has decided itís time for her to settle down. Violet wants to mate for love and has refused to bend to his will. Brought before the pack elders, Violet is told to choose a mate by the conclusion of the lunar eclipse.
Sex with the unacceptable half-breed during the eclipse is an act of defiance, meant to demonstrate her independence, but the flames ignited arenít easily extinguished and Canon Ross isnít going to be a werewolf easy to dismiss.