In the wilds of the bayou…
Jace Riveaux has wanted her since the first moment she stepped into his bayou bar three years ago. And now she’s back, unattached, and ready for the taking. One afternoon together, and he knows she’s the one. Only his world is dangerous, he has secrets, and trust is hard to come by...especially when all signs point to her being aligned with his enemy.
Skye Michaels has nothing left to lose. After a bad breakup, she flees to her favorite southern Louisiana town, determined to finally get photographs of the majestic wolves that roam the area. Instead she gets what she really came for—Jace Riveaux. But when the Riveauxs are threatened by someone she knows, suddenly she has more to lose than ever.
When I started reading this very short novel I thought I recognised it but it turned out I have read this novella before in a box-set.
This, the second time around I sort of new what was gonna happen but still I really enjoyed the Story. It is not the best shifter story I have read but it is still good, I just wish there where a little bit more shifter in it than it is. The story otherwise is nice and interesting but I do want more from it. I wish it was longer but I cant wait to read the second novella in the series
Skye is a wolf loving woman who just has broken up from a bad relationship. She decided to go to a small area to take photos and relax, and that she will be close to handsome Jace dont make it worse. He offers to take her out on the boat for some special photos and without warning a big stome is rolling in. They have to seak cover and Jace dont know if it is a good idea. He is obsessed with Skye and think she is his true mate but he dont know if she wants him or how she would react. It also happens to be more behind Skye than anyone can see and it will means trouble.
I must say that this story is very interesting, altering the person you follow and see the story from both persepctive and I really enjoyed it. It is a very well written story and it has a good storyline. The characters is very human like and you can imagine them alive. This is one of the strong points of this story. I really enjoyed this story but it doesnt give me the urge to read more. This is a great novel but nothing that drives me crazy.