Council threats and Renata’s deadly attack leave the Vegas pack scrambling to regroup…
Heartbroken over the death of her fiancé and tortured by a voice in her mind that’s haunted her since childhood, Sarah McLain learns her true ancestry after attending her best friend Margaret’s wedding. Can the pack save Sarah from the darkness that threatens to overwhelm her? Or will the wolf inside drive her over the edge before they can show her being a supernatural being is a good thing?
Chris Michaels is in charge of training the new latent werewolves at the O’Hearn mountain inn, now known as Woodhaven. His focus is tested when he finds out the beautiful but sad redhead, Sarah McLain, is his trainee. The connection he feels to her is strong but not magickal, and his wolf claims it foolish to listen to his human instincts. Can Chris heal her broken heart in time, or will he lose the woman he knows is perfect for him.
This is the third book in the Vegas Mates series. I find this series more and more in depth and interesting with each book. I am loving this series
This book is about Sarah McLain and we found out that she is part wolf and not just a wolf from any line but of the royal line. It seems like everyone knew but her (poor thing), not only is she healing from a broken heart but doesn't think she is going crazy.
Enter Chis Michaels who brings Sarah back from the edge in more way then one. When he is not pissing her off over "hiding" things he is making her feel safe and makes her see there are somethings worth living for.
I hate spoiling stories and this one would be so easy for me to because I truly love the story line of the series and the characters.
There are some new characters which add to the storyline, we find out more about the council and what evil Renata is up to in this book but it leaves you with more questions and Krystal leaves you with a cliffhanger and leaving you wanting more.
By the way she is really good at that and I love and hate her for it cause I want to know what happens next... Guess i just have to wait till the next book. I hate waiting.
* I received and ARC of this book for my honest opinion.
I rate this book 4 out of 5 Genie Lamps