“I’m counting to ten and then I’ll start shooting,” Sheriff Gray White balanced a rifle on one shoulder and held a spotlight at eye level effectively blinding the perp.
“My name’s Sorcha McFadden, officer, and as you can see I’ve been skinny dipping,” his very naked, very sexy perp announced.
White Wolf Gray can’t reconcile the nude, auburn-haired nymph, Sorcha,
with his little sister’s childhood best friend. Especially when fate and
his own body decree her his mate.
At thirteen, Sorcha watched Gray
screwing Tonya Hazzard, the captain of the cheerleading team, from her
perch in the hayloft. The image of his pumping hips invaded Sorcha's
every fantasy, propelled her every climax from that day forward.
destined for each other, except... Sorcha doesn't believe in the
supernatural, but her life—as well as the answers to the mystery
surrounding her parents' murder-suicide fifteen years—earlier depend on
it. Gray's the only thing standing between her and certain death, but
her grandmother's last message was "Trust no one." Does that include
not sure about this book. I was a little confused at times and at
other times I was rolling my eyes. If I had to read the phrases "honey"
and "three lines on his forehead" anymore I'd probably go crazy. The
story or maybe it was the wording didn't flow at times and I had to go
back and reread certain parts thinking I had missed something. At least
the two MCs had known each other before so it gave them a little more
believable instant romance. I'm going to read the next book in the
series and hopefully I'll like it better cause there is a lot to like
about this book. For instance, the wolf spirit in the person, but not
being able to actually shift into one. The MC being in law enforcement
was something I liked along with the involvement of the RCMP. The sex
was pretty hot too.