Having inherited her uncle’s winery, Taryn Davies goes to Wulf’s Den hoping to sell her wines to Beowulf, the owner. While there, she meets Wade, Beowulf’s brother. Even though she is instantly attracted to him, her past makes it hard for her to accept his advances.
Catching a whiff of Taryn’s lingering scent inside Wulf’s Den, Wade is determined to make her his. But when their first meeting doesn’t go as he would have liked, Wade follows Taryn to her winery, The Pines.
As Wade tries to win Taryn over, he has to find a way to explain that he is a werewolf. Little does he know another werewolf has Taryn in his sights, one who means her no good.
I loved the first book in this series so I had to read the next one. I wasn’t at all disappointed and it made me fall in love with the characters even more.
Taryn has a past that she can’t remember that much but she knows that she loved her uncle and wants to make the vineyard that he left her flourish. So she goes to the Wulf Den to see Beowulf about selling some of her wine. That was all she was after. She didn’t know that she was the mate fo Beowulf’s brother Wade.
Seems that Wade didn’t take the advice that he gave his brother about his mate. It ends up getting him a bloody nose and a hurting crotch. There is just something about these wolves that you love and can’t get enough of. Iph) I like the mystery of this book and the love that Wade and Taryn have with each other. It got my so excited when I found out about Taryn’s past. Just knowing that it brought more wolves together. Glad to see that we found out even more things that Roxie can do. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series