Everything changes, when he's forced to expose his secret.
Asher Morestead lives a double life protecting his secret. His life was lonely and uncomplicated until the scent of a beautiful brunette leaves him weak and dizzy. No one told this wolf his fated mate was out there.
Fate has chosen her, she just doesn't know it yet.
Gwen Taylor enjoys working at Woods Bistro and forging her own path in life, veering away from her father's. Her favourite part of the day is when the handsome veterinarian walks in, whose rough voice and deep eyes make her heart race and her body quake.
After being saved by a white wolf, Gwen can't stop thinking about those familiar blue eyes.
Now seeing wolves is a normal occurrence, but Gwen's being watched, and her growing attraction to Asher only serves to confuse her.
With his animal need for Gwen rising, and the number of wolves showing up, he may not be able to control himself. Asher needs to claim Gwen as his mate without running her off – or she might run straight into the hands of her stalker, or into dangerous paws.
Meh... there was a lot going on
It was A LOT of lore and information. Also the big ole danger part of the plot was over just over halfway through, which was massively disappointing and a little anticlimactic. And the rest from that point was just filler... I mean the ‘danger’ wasn’t even that big of a deal and was treated more like a nuisance by the characters until it was actually hazardous to health and then it was just over. A little too easily.
And then there was a weird tension between the parents that was there one moment then NEVER MENTIONED AGAIN.
Not to mention the dude was never charged for assaulting Gwen. I mean where there EVEN POLICE IN THIS APPARENTLY TINY TOWN!!!???
Interesting concept poor execution.