From USA Today best-selling author, Willow Winters, comes a tempting tale of fated love, lust-filled secrets and the beginnings of an epic war.
His chiseled jaw and silver gaze haunts both my nightmares and my dreams, though I’ve only ever gotten a glimpse of either.
There’s a treaty between us and them; mere mortals and the ones who terrify but keep us safe. The contract demands that every year there’s an offering and this year I’ll walk across that stage presenting myself.
We have no idea what to expect if they choose someone, since they haven’t done so in generations.
The only thing we know is that the ones they take belong to them forevermore. If chosen, you don’t come back, or so the story of the treaty goes.
Gather and present yourself.
This is the offering …
… and I … belong to him.
I loved Grace and Lizzie, but I feel sorry for them because of all that they have been through in their past, especially Lizzie. They are both terrified to go to the Offering, but it makes them feel better that nobody has been picked the last several times. They have been together for so long, they only have each other, and they don’t want to be separated from each other.
Then you meet Devin, Caleb, and Dom. They all look big, scary, and everyone is scared of them because they're werewolves. They come across as gruff, tough guys which they are, but all they want to do is take of Grace and Lizzie.
I loved this book and can't wait for Gentle Scars to be released.
I didn’t know I needed werewolf romance in my life until now
I haven’t read a werewolf romance book before as I never had interest in it but hot dang I have been missing out! The suspense in this book is at a high! Don’t get me started with the spicy scenes! Highly recommend!
So, I haven’t read PNR in a minute and OMG Willow…I am left wanting more and waiting impatiently for the next book. Willow brought some heat and enough tease of more to come. I cannot wait to see what next. This is not your typical PNR Romance, at least not like I’ve read before. The characters are complicated and the back stories have a depth I can’t wait to dig farther into. I cannot recommend enough. See you after the full moon.