Rating: 3 stars out of 5
Hunter White left home as soon as he was able. Coming back to take over as alpha, Hunter learned of the serious debt his father had left the pack with. Desperate to save them, Hunter entered into a deal with a powerful vampire. The nest leader would pay off all the pack’s debts, on one condition—Hunter had to take a vampire for a mate.
Vampire Aeron Lyons had been in some serious scrapes during his unnaturally long life, but nothing came close to this. Being given to an alpha werewolf, like he was some sort of bargaining chip, wasn’t what Aeron wanted for his life, but he wasn’t dumb enough to say no to a man like Ken Roberts.
Resigning himself to join a pack who already dislikes him on principal, Aeron has no idea how rocky the road ahead will be or how he’s going to spend the rest of his life with a man who hates him.
So interesting concept, Hunter is trying to do what is right for his pack but is getting push back from many. Aeron owes his life to Ken Roberts and when he says jump Aeron does even if it means moving to a backwater town where everyone hates him. They both come to find there is a bunch of back stabbing going on and have to find out how to combat it.
Aeron and Hunter are both in a situation they don’t want to be in but quickly find they can make it work. They actually connect pretty fast and want to protect the other and have to take down a few people for that to happen but they do it together. I liked this story but felt that it was rushed and couldn’t quite connect with the characters. It felt like they were putting up a front to others most of the time and I didn’t see the real them much.
The cover art by Harris Channing is nice and gives a nice visual for the story.
Sales Link: Siren-BookStrand, Inc.
ebook, 126 pages
Published: July 12, 2018 by Siren-BookStrand, Inc.
Edition Language: English