Brynn Griffin has always known the Muhlikari pack of absolute pure-blooded wolves has no tolerance for her kind. They kill half-breed shifters without mercy. So, when she’s captured by one of them, she’s willing to do anything to stay alive, even grant her captor sexual favors. But she never counted on being enthralled so completely.
Gannon recognized Brynn as his mate the moment he smelled her. After she’s injured, he secretes her back to his den to heal her. But to keep her safe within his pack, he must pretend she’s his pet and lock her in a cage. If anyone found out she was his life partner, they’d kill him and her both without a moment’s pause.
Love and passion collide with danger and savagery the moment these two meet. But to stay together, they’re willing to risk bringing down the wrath of both of their worlds and fight for a new way of life.
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I’ve read some of the other books in Ms. Stowe’s series, Half-Breed Shifter, but not all of them. I can assure you, you don’t have to read them in any sort of order, as the ones I have read seem to be stand alone. However, I plan to rectify the “not reading all of them” part pretty quickly. This book is great!
Brynn is one of a group of triplets (I’ve also read Roland’s story, which is also a good read); who finds herself in the arms of the enemy after a raid on her town. The Muhlikari wolves are purebreds, hating any half-shifters. Their main goal seems to be annihilation of any shifter that is less than 100% pure, and in their minds, ought to be thanked for doing so. So, imagine Gannon’s surprise when he discovers his mate, a half-breed.
While some might criticize Gannon’s quick departure from all the mores and prejudice he’s had pounded into him his entire life, remember the power of mate-hood. One of the most amazing things in paranormal books, something I think we all secretly crave, is the strong instantaneous bond that appears between fated mates. Sure, it is sometimes fought against, but here’s a man who’s willing to acknowledge what his soul knows. Sigh….
Why are you still reading this review? Go buy the book, right now. I’d recommend this novella, obviously to fans of Ms. Stowe, but also to fans of the paranormal, hot shifters, and romance genres. It’s a quick read, and well worth the price!