Working for a scummy boss in a sleazy bar was not all it's
cracked up to be. Aislinn could complain, but she needed
the job and the money it brought. She had a past she was
running from and nowhere to run to, until she met Cullen.
Cullen was a werewolf not to be trifled with. Cullen is
drawn to Aislinn in a way that neither one could believe
was possible. When he realized that he wanted Aislinn, he
knew no one could stop him from having what he wanted.
Struggles within his pack and with Aislinn's past threaten
their new found relationship. They realize that they are
stronger together than apart and they will fight to get
what they both want.
This is a wonderfully written and descriptive story. There
isn't a shortage of action in this story. The love scenes
are just as nice as the action and I enjoyed every minute
of it. This story shows me that supernatural or not,
everyone has things to work out in their family. Most of
the characters are loveable and the ones that aren't, you
love to hate. I found this story flowed very nicely. My
only regret is that I want more from Cullen's pack. There
are stories there waiting to be told and I look forward to
hearing more from Leighann Phoenix. I hope to read more on
Running for her life, hiding as a waitress in a sleazy bar, Aislinn never dreamed she would meet her soul mate. Compelled to save her, Cullen finds himself inexorably drawn to this mysterious woman. Aislinn believed her life couldn�t get any stranger than it already was, until she happened across Cullen. As Aislinn discovers her lost past and Cullen works to protect his pack, they find themselves stronger together then they ever were apart. Now they just have to convince the pack elders that the alpha werewolf in the pack should be mated to a supposedly human girl.