It was supposed to be a pleasure trip … see the sights, meet some girls … But when Sasha finds himself caught between a wolf uprising and the over-protective brothers of his would-be mate, his vacation turns from fun to deadly, fast. The Snowdonia Wolves are back for another exciting adventure in A Handful of Wolf, Book 2 of Sofia Grey’s sexy paranormal romance series.
Sasha’s not a looking-to-the-future kind of guy, but he’s made an exception with his plans to travel and meet lots of pretty girls. Too bad his Pack Alpha, fate, and reality have other ideas about his trip abroad. He’s pretty sure he didn’t sign on to be a diplomat for the Snowdonia Wolf Pack. Or to find a Mate. Especially not a human Mate.
Megan knows better than to let a sweet-talking charmer get under her skin, but Sasha’s sexy playfulness is making her forget all her rules. Except one: she’s not willing to risk her heart by falling in love. The gorgeous boy from Wales can only be a fling, especially since her over-protective brothers hate him on sight.
In the midst of a wolf uprising, a hesitant Mate, and Megan’s complicated family ties, Sasha learns that sometimes impulsiveness is dangerous and even lethal. Can he show Megan why they belong together before it all comes crashing down around him and he loses his Mate forever?
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Ask and ye shall receive! I wanted the second book in this series, and I’ve found it, read it, and am now happy to review it for you! The bad news? Now I have to wait patiently for the next book. Because this book was another win!
Sasha is a bit out of his element, being sent over to New Zealand to talk with the wolf pack over there, and meets his very human mate, Megan. Sasha is a bit of a sweet man, strong and alpha, but he just melts around Megan. Megan is a pretty kick butt character as well, but took a little bit of convincing to believe the whole shifter thing. She comes with some personal baggage as far as relationships go, so trust is another element to deal with. Side note: don’t you love it when they think their mate is a lunatic? The whole, “Don’t upset the crazy person” dance makes me laugh. There is a whole lot of things going on in New Zealand, and I can’t wait to find out more about Connor and his pack. What the heck does Purity mean?
Anyway, I would highly recommend giving this book a read, I thoroughly enjoyed it! You don’t have to read a Wolf at the Door to know what is going on in this book, but you should anyway, because it’s awesome!