Anna never knew werewolves existed until the night she survived a violent attack…and became one herself. After three years at the bottom of the pack, she’d learned to keep her head down and never, ever trust dominant males. But Anna is that rarest kind of werewolf: an Omega. And one of the most powerful werewolves in the country is about to recognize her value as a pack member—and as his mate.
This book begins with so many questions in my mind as a reader. I was thoroughly interested after the intro of the book, but then it jumps. I think the first few chapters threw me off more than I expected. They just didn’t seem to be coherent to the reader: no back story, just a big jump from one scene to the next. About chapter 6, I started to get interested to see where the story leads but after the intro still wishing for some back story. Why was the mate shot? What happened to the omega? How did they meet? What did the prologue have to do with the rest of the story? Why is the funeral meaningful? So many questions and so few answers from the author. All though I did enjoy the story and conflicts in his book. I love a happy ending, and the author did a great job. If you’re going to make so much of the story about the character’s traits and personality, it would be nice to have more info. The reader knowing about her past in greater detail would help the book connect to the reader. It was rarely mentioned or skipped over as the current event because more heated. I never got the answers from the beginning of the book. Although I did enjoy the book, I still feel like I am missing a connection to the female character by the end of the story. I won’t be reading more in this series.
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