TBR Reviewer: Shyla
The problem for me was, hot sex was all this story seemed to have. The plot was lost in the sex scenes, and I had no connection to the lead characters. I never knew anything about the hero Sarah other than the fact that she was blond, horny, and Hadyn’s mate. Her actions seemed unbelievable from the very start. If a wolf with human genitals approached me in the woods the last thing I’d want to do would be to stroke his penis. That cut too close to the line of bestiality for me, even though Haydn does turn into a human male before they
actually have sex.
The same sense of disconnection happened with Hadyn. He was a young wolf in heat who lives in some strange society whom I believe were trying to train them to live in the real world, and get them through the mating period. It was unclear, like a lot of the book. When Hadyn breaks the rules of his people and leaves their commune to have sex with a human he ends up mated.
This leaves an opening for the evil shifter Valon to try to take advantage of the situation. He wants his daughter, Sephy to mate with a shifter to regain the power he’s lost so he kidnaps Sarah knowing eventually Hadyn will be unable to resist her siren’s call. (Yeah the father daughter relationship made me squirm . The idea of a parent providing sex partners for his child, and coming in on her performing sex acts without being bothered did not sit well with me. Wolf shifter or not, and I’d have to say I’m no prude or shrinking flower)
I hope that Ms. Midnight & Ms. Michaels pay as much attention to the details and plot on the next story as they do the sex, because then I think they’ll have a winner on their hands.