Alpha werewolf, Dominic Wolfe, is the packs’ enforcer. When an attractive young woman moves into a cottage near his territory; his senses are heightened to obsessive proportions. A human pet to meet his desires.
Dominic is determined to unveil Mia’s real identity while keeping his own securely hidden. Haunted by the howls and shrieks coming from Dominic’s estate, Mia wonders if she can really trust the enigmatic man she suspects of wanting a dominant-submissive relationship. A man who brings out her darker desires. Will hidden danger keep them from gratifying their burning passion?
Dominic is his Pack's enforcer, yes that's right, he is a Werewolf and considers himself to be Top Dog! From the moment he smells Mia's natural scent, he is addicted and everything inside him wants to hold, taste and never let her go. Slight problem though as humans are not considered suitable as Werewolf Mates and even if they were, Dominic is already promised to another. Dominic has a plan though, seduce Mia and keep her as his pet! Now what could possibly go wrong with that idea?
This is a very adult book and designed to entertain and titillate the reader. I think some readers might find the fulsome descriptions about “masculine arms“ etc a little bit too full on and cheesy, if honest, but I cannot deny it was original and entertaining. Dominic is not used to anyone saying no to him as he is an Alpha male and Ms Gordon cleverly incorporates his role as Enforcer into the story. I'm not sure that I personally would like to be anyone's pet, but can well see that as a dominant species the Weres would view humans as less than themselves.
Mia, Mia, Mia! What do you say about a heroine who constantly gives herself and her new identity away!? Twice now she has tripped herself up and yet here she is suspecting that Dominic is a hit man and she isn't running for cover! Okay, I get that he can be very persuasive and Mia is merely letting her libido rule her head where he is concerned, but at least she does show back bone and assert her independence at times. What's really funny is the miss directed communication between them with Mia suspecting all manner of things and although he plays along Dominic has an even bigger surprise in store for Mia.
I listened to this book on Audible which is a relatively new departure for me. I really enjoyed the narration and thought the female narrator did a very creditable job with the different voices. Mia was given a sweet tone whilst Dominic was a growly kind of male that seemed to really suit his role within his Pack. I will admit I have listened to some audio books with really slow narration that failed to capture my attention at times. I think the problem is that I personally read quite fast so it was a joy to discover this narrator. Audio books are ideal for those times when engaged in mundane tasks and Ms Gordon's story helped liven up many household chores. This is only the first in this series and I'm sure the next book will be equally entertaining. I'd recommend this to those like myself who enjoy paranormal romance.
I as gifted a copy of this in exchange for an honest review.