Sunday, July 27, 2014


Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc.
Date published: March 2014
ISBN: 978-1-62741-440-1
Paranormal erotica
Reviewed by Gabrielle
Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4 Hearts

All Aeducan can remember is pain and the man who caused it yet when he confronts this man he finds his mate. Cameron never thought he would live to see the day he found his mate or even if he truly had one. His life has been nothing but pain yet the one time he finds hope he is accused of the worst possible thing: torturing his own mate. Nothing Cameron does or says will persuade his mate and his friends otherwise. Can Aeducan ever learn to love him if he continues to think that Cameron is the one who tortured him while he was a prisoner or will Cameron forever be an outcast?

Love is a strange thing. Aeducan thinks he finds it in the worst place. He feels the need to protect the very man he believes is his tormentor yet he cannot shake the feeling that something is not right with this picture. I enjoyed watching the relationship build between him and Cameron.  He is a good man and tries to find a way to believe or even forgive his mate. Cameron is a sweet man who tries so hard to only fail over and over again. He longs for what he thinks he can never have and will do anything to have it. The two make a good couple. The love that they share shines through in everything that they do.

It was nice to see the pack stand by each other and let Aeducan figure out what he wanted and needed to do for himself. Emotions are strong in this story and I felt for poor Cameron. He can never seem to prove his innocence and it hurts your heart to see him go through so much even after he is saved from the vampires.  When the tables are turned and the truth finally comes out the pain that Cameron and Aeducan feel is the worst and Aeducan learns another painful lesson and once again the pack comes together to protect what is theirs. I enjoyed this visit to the pack and cannot wait to see who finds their mate next.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.


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