The moon is full, Wilder’s needs are great. His desire for Adrienne: insatiable.
Adrienne, a college student, with too much time on her hands and too little attention paid to her by her soon to be husband, Paul, who wants to wait until their honeymoon before they “consummate the marriage.” She soon recognizes that she has made a mistake when she agrees to marry him just to get a free trip to Hawaii.
Wilder, the leader of a pack of Alpha Werewolves with no females, is in search of the perfect mate, one that will sire his pups to increase the size of his pack. One that will agree to be the mate to two other Alpha wolves—his brothers.
Wilder needs a human female, but no human will agree to an arrangement where she’s used only to increase Wilder’s pack. His fateful meeting with Adrienne will solve one problem for him, but will create others. Adrienne wonders whether she can accept a life with Wilder and his brothers because they are all so handsome, sexy, and controlling.
Adrienne, the human mate to the werewolf triplets, Wilder, Lycell, and Drayton Samsa, decides it’s time to declare her independence, and she needs her space away from them to do things on her own, like driving and going shopping without asking permission from the three controlling handsome werewolves.
A drive into town with her werefemale friend, Mena, turns into a dreadful experience when they are kidnapped, and Adrienne finds herself face to face with Bane; a notorious, a vicious, and a womanizing werewolf, who thinks females and especially human females should learn their place, and that is in the bed and pregnant year round.
Adrienne’s rash decision and stubbornness will thrust her into an adventure of her life, where she will be forever changed.
Bane, a werewolf who’s equally as strong as the triplets, equally as handsome, and equally as cunning and ambitious when it comes to his desire for Adrienne.