Though not a wolf herself, Lucy has always been part of the wolf pack. Years after discovering she’s a witch, Lucy’s ready to go and find others of her kind. The only way to do that is to leave the only family she has ever known.
Caleb is the Alpha’s son, and one day he’ll take over as ruler of the pack. Lucy has always interested and intrigued him, and now that she is planning to leave the pack, he realizes that he cannot allow her to leave. He strikes a bargain with her—he’ll give her everything she has ever craved, and in return she stays. Together they explore the attraction between them, and Lucy starts to practice with her magic.
However, strangely, Lucy has the abilities of both a witch and a warlock. When she almost kills one of the pack females, the truth is revealed about who she is, and the danger she poses to everyone. Caleb will do everything in his power to keep Lucy safe. She is his mate, the one female that calls to his wolf, and he refuses to lose her.
When witches and warlocks come to destroy Lucy, she has to make a choice. Is her love for Caleb strong enough to sacrifice herself and her magic? Will she survive when put to the test?
This was a good story!
I loved Lucy. She was adopted into a clan of wolf shifters and grew up not knowing about the secrets that surrounded her heritage. She believed that she was human only to learn that she was a powerful witch/warlock. She was tired of being looked down on by most of the shifter clan so she was ready to leave town and take along her best, and only, friend, Bianca. Then her mate Caleb, who happened to be the Alpha heir, steps in and makes some confessions of his own. By the way her friend Bianca is a submissive wolf and her mate has been ignoring their connection too. The main plot of this story is can the girls forgive the guys for ignoring them. Who will be strong enough to stop the evil coalition of warlocks and witches from overpowering the shifters and killing Lucy for her power. The irony is that Lucy was the only person strong enough to save everyone.
I loved how nothing was as it seemed in this story. In other words, it had some surprise twists. I loved that once Lucy and Caleb made the connection it grew stronger. The intimate scenes were very sensual. I especially loved the mystical part with Lucy’s parents. This book was short, fast paced and the romance was real sweet. Of course Sam Crescent always takes me into the story and makes me wish that the book was longer.