A stubborn teen faces off with her brooding, indifferent (but super hot) soulmate in this unique and sexy take on a classic paranormal romance story.
She's met her mate . . . and he's met his match.
Megan Ross has been waiting her whole life for her mate to come and sweep her off her feet. But the wolf she meets on the beach is NOT the sweet gentle boy she's been dreaming of. Instead, he's a warrior, one whose suffering has led him to lock his heart away in a prison as cold and hard as a diamond, who fights to resist the bond and their deep attraction.
Far from home, with a soulmate who is still a stranger, Megan learns that the path to true love isn't quite as straight and easy as she thought . . .
Alyssa Brandon’s debut novel Bound to You is guaranteed to make readers swoon, sigh, and maybe even cry before it's over.
Praise for Bound to You from the Swoon Reads community:
“To put it simply I was hooked.” —Cinda Edana, reader on SwoonReads.com
“It is so totally swoonworthy. ” —E.E. Annavas, reader on SwoonReads.com
“This book had me laughing, crying, and swooning a lot!” —Ronda Rigdon, reader on SwoonReads.com
Too many unanswered questions lead to an uneven debut in Brandon's story of fated love. Eighteen-year-old alpha werewolf Megan Ross is eager to find her mate. To help, her father throws a party and invites numerous packs along the East Coast. When Megan meets James Sandleholm, a warrior alpha from Canada, it is clear that the two of them are destined to form a life bond as mates. Though James immediately brings her home to his pack, he has no intention of fulfilling the bond. His reluctance stems from painful past associations of the toll that his mother's death took on his father (if a warrior alpha loses his mate, he begins to lose his grip on reality). As Megan tries to break through James's armor, she discovers that warrior wolves are dealing with a dangerous threat long thought to be extinct. Brandon presents a promising story of how past pain and future expectations can cloud the present, but inconsistent worldbuilding and development of characters' motivations lessens the story's authenticity and impact. Ages 13 18. (Apr.)
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