Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Christian has never had a serious relationship in his life. He doesn’t plan to start with an alpha wolf shifter who thinks he can dictate what Christian is and isn’t going to do. Ward Malone might trigger every warning bell Christian has, but he also triggers every sexual fantasy. Christian wouldn’t mind giving in to Ward if fun was all he wanted. Unfortunately, Ward is an all-or-nothing kind of guy.
This was another good story in this series. We saw Christian and Ward meet at the end of the last book and I was excited to see their story. Christian has never really had a family and makes a point to not allow close connections with anyone other than Dylan. Ward throws all of his feelings and plans out of whack.
We learn a little more about the world in which these characters live and how much Christian’s childhood has affected his adult life. Ward thinks he has everything figured out with how their future looks but gets a rude awakening with the others’ reactions. Both Christian and Ward have to learn to make some compromises for them to work together.
We get to see both of these characters while they work out their feelings for each other and, for Christian, those around them. Ward is confused by Christian’s reaction to him and is willing to walk away if that is what he really wants. I loved seeing Christian’s team make him really see that there are people there for him and give him the opportunity to go after his mate.
The cover art by Erin Dameron-Hill is nice and follows the pattern for the series.
ebook, 107 pages
Published: July 7, 2017 by Extasy Books
Edition Language: English
Series: Roguefalls #2