Dakota Cadotte is on the run and alone. Forced out from his pack by the Alpha for being gay, Dakota fends for himself in the Denali wilderness. When he ventures too far away from his safe zone, he’s put right in the path of a truck on the highway and right into the arms of Sam Waters.
The two hit it off immediately as man and wolf, but Dakota fears Sam won’t be so understanding when he sees what he truly is. When Dakota shifts in front of Sam, the sparks fly, but Dakota’s past and pack threaten their new-found relationship.
Well, to put it mildly, it was a disappointment. Let’s see in details…
Poor writing style: spelling and editing mistakes, repetitions, and undetectable alternating POVs.
Odd and/or mediocre erotic scenes.
At many points of the story fucking in werewolf form was a serious threat.
Indistinguishable secondary characters.
Undeveloped, lust-based romance. Evidently, being mates = being in love.
Unestablished, superficial and inconsistent world-building and plot.
The story was like a weird, sugarsweet dog love story, with lots of playing…
… chasing tennis balls…
… and further weirdnesses…
“Well, this should be fun.” Dakota smiled, watching Sam chase his tail.
And this part… God, it’s not simply weird, but gross…
Highlight to read! Wayne grabbed his cock and pissed on Carson. “Now you’re my bitch, Carson, and no one will ever help you if you decide to come after me or mine. And if you do…” Wayne crouched in front of Carson and grabbed his leg snapping it in two. A loud scream left Carson’s lips and Wayne squatted, getting up close and personal with him. “You have no idea how strong I am. Don’t test me, Carson.”
Some of the wolves that’d been with him refused to follow, after seeing Wayne’s display of power.
Is that power?? Really???
Many future couples appear in this book, even the seven-year-old Wyatt finds his future mate.
“When you are old enough, your mate will come for you and then you will have love for the rest of your life.”
No, I just don’t want to waste more time on it…