They’re definitely no Harry and Meghan!
She's Poseidon's first and only female warrior…He’s a Scottish werewolf prince
When April, Poseidon's first-ever female warrior, meets Pine--"don't call me a werewolf" -- prince of the European wolf shifters, she saves his life and then gives him the finger, because the sound of his sexy Scottish accent when he said "I think I'm in love, lass" gave her shivers in places shivers had no right to be. She's a warrior, not a werewolf groupie. But now she's trapped between the werewolf who wants her and the werewolf who wants her dead.
Pine wanted April the moment he saw her, just before she saved his life. Then he knew he must make her his. But the appearance of his long-lost and presumed-dead twin complicates Pine's plans, and this time it's April's life at stake. Together, April and Pine are so much stronger than they are apart, but the heat between them may be enough to burn down the world.
Can two such unlikely allies find their way past danger to love? Or will mutual seduction be the beginning of the end?
Warning: This book contains magic, Atlantis, Poseidon, warriors, a wolf shifter, an evil twin, archery, wolf cubs, Europe, Scotland, Scottish accents, a king and queen, sibling rivalry, a black sheep, bad boys, paranormal romance, fantasy, matchmaking, laughter, danger, kisses, and a happily ever after. Read at your own risk!
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Not the best
This book is expensive and short. The writing was super rushed. I hope the series doesn’t go downhill from here
April just reminds me of me. I love all of Alyssa Days books.
I received an arc in exchange for my honest opinion.
This was a fun book. Pine and April total opposites but so right for each other. April is sent to be an ambassador in Scotland, but she is a warrior not an ambassador. Pine just wants April with him and doesn’t care how he gets her in Scotland.With someone trying to murder Pine or April and an evil twin thrown in. Funny and great read.