Wolf Jackson has never known of such a fuckup. His men round up women for sale, but Rain Thomas and her daughter, Evelyn, are accidentally thrown into the mix. He should have killed the mother. Instead, he takes her home and wants her all to himself.
Rain Thomas will do whatever it takes to get her daughter back, including being a nanny to her own child—and filling Wolf’s bed. She’ll compromise to survive, but falling in lust isn’t part of the plan.
Wolf knows he cannot compete with a dead man, but that doesn’t mean he can’t try. He wants to wipe the memory of Rain’s late husband from her mind, so the only person who exists is him.
It isn’t supposed to be love.
It isn’t supposed to be anything but sex.
However, neither can deny their feelings. When the reality of Rain’s world comes crashing all around them, will she stay with Wolf in the darkness, or leave for a life of loneliness?
This book was a different kind of book for me. It dealt with sex trafficking by the H. Usually, it’s done by someone else and the H is the hero. Wolf is the H and is definitely the alpha in this book.
Until he meets Rain. He wants her. Wolf offers Rain a position that she cannot refuse but makes it known that her heart belongs to her dead husband.
So much happens in this book, that there is a wide range of emotions. Just when you think you’ve figured out Rain and her daughter, a twist comes in. I hope that you enjoy this book.
I received a free copy of this book via Evernight and am voluntarily leaving a review.