The tale that unfolds shares the story of the rogue wolves, the serum and the Rogue himself. We also learn more about Mae, and her upbringing. Her childhood experiences may be triggers for some readers. It is not graphic and briefly touched upon. View Spoiler »
I loved the characters we meet, especially those who make up the Rogue’s misfit family. The banter and chemistry between Mae and the Rogue was off the charts. Secrets and age old wounds often stood in the way. I confess there were times I wanted all revealed, but I also understood the need to be seen. The whole romance tugged at my heartstrings even as parts frustrated me.
I have to mention the horses again; I love the personalities the author gives them. She made me laugh with their shenanigans, especially the barn scenes.
The “serum” while an integral part of the story ended up moving off page as the romance, and Rogue’s plans for the Gray pack took center stage. The last chapters were intense before Ballenger pulled things together and I closed the story with a smile. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer
- Started reading
- 28 December, 2019: Finished reading
- 28 December, 2019: Reviewed