It isn't everyday that a werewolf finds their mate but after two hundred years of waiting Tobias is more than willing to overlook Alexandria's humanity and bring her into a world she never knew existed.
Eager to escape her father's brutal fists, Alex lets her instant connection to Tobias overcome her natural reserve but she quickly finds his world is no less dangerous than the one she left behind.
As secrets come to light revealing how extraordinarily different Alex truly is, will their love survive or will his duty and her differences keep them apart?
Review by Rachel: Rating- 3
Let me start off by saying, I want Tobias! Oh my gosh, I want that wolf man. I am so glad that this book let us see into his mind or I probably would have thought he was crazy.
And I loved his wolf. He was blunt and completely focused on the only thing that mattered to him. His mate. I loved that, that's what I want in a soul mate shifter book.
I also adored Tobias and his internal arguments with his wolf. It was neat to see that they're the same and yet separate.
I seriously think I fell for the wolf first and then Tobias. I love, love, love his wolf.
If you're one who gets caught up in grammatical errors and/or auto-corrected words, this book probably isn't for you. It wasn't bad, but there were a few that jumped out at me and I usually try to ignore them.