This Lycan story seems to follow on from her previous book, Past My Defenses, as it has the same pack and characters Dane and Vanessa in it; but this time it's the story of Dane’s human sister meeting the pack’s alpha, Jordan, and it's an almost instant imprinting that if honest, I didn't really care for.
Christa has a natural scent that means she is compatible with Jordan and to Christa he smells like "forever"! I almost gave up at twenty percent in as I wasn't happy with the insane way Christa just turned up at Jordan's house, not to mention she was all over him like a rash, but thankfully I ploughed on and then happily, Ms Sparrow upped her game considerably. No longer a boring chest beating werewolf romance, but a well thought out suspense driven story. Even better, the hero and heroine were kept apart which allowed me to believe they could really and truly form a much stronger attachment to each other.
Okay, so that probably doesn't sound like much of a romance but when you factor in humans hunting the Lycans, you begin to see a very interesting story. Jordan has had experience of what they call Poachers in the past and when a fellow Lycan is found brutally murdered; his tracking skills are called for. Leaving his new (very new!) mate at home is the hardest thing for him but maintaining phone contact with her should work, well it would, if the phones worked! Christa is not the usual perfect heroine and in point of fact has multiple sclerosis (MS) so when Jordan first meets her he knows she has physical issues but it's not a problem to him. He may not be sure if she can still have children and needs to research her condition, but it's not an issue for him. Jordan really does not care and learns very quickly that his little mate is more than capable of giving him the run around and I loved that the author made Christa such a strong woman.
So in conclusion, I'm very pleased I didn't let the start put me off and it's fantastic to see issues affecting many people being tackled in this way. MS is no picnic that's for sure, but nor should it carry stigma. This Weakness For You turned out to be a constant surprise and the characters are often very amusing. I’d love to read more about some of the supporting cast, in particular, Travis. It may have started out with me shaking my head and rolling my eyes at the implausible instant lust, but it left me cheering for these characters and I would happily read more.