Rating: 4 Cups
Lexi is in a living nightmare. She does not know who or what she is. She does not know how she ended up in a strip club in Battle Rose, Arizona, but is determined to get to the bottom of her dilemma.
Matt is a werewolf and a very successful attorney. He does not know why Lexi disappeared nor why she does not remember him, but he is determined to protect her and regain her trust until she regains her memory.
Lexi’s first memory is of being on stage in a strip club and not knowing who she is or why she is there. Determined to get her life back, she follows a vague memory to Boston. She finds that she is the owner of an inn, a former college instructor, and was in a relationship with Matt York. She is being chased by some goons employed by the owner of the strip club and does not know why Robert Gambolt is interested in her. Matt tells her that he is a werewolf and she is a wolf hybrid. It seems her real life is as surreal as her fake one was tawdry.
I enjoyed this story so much that I went back and reread it after reading it once. The characters just jump off the page, and I could picture each one clearly. The plot is full of inventive twists and turns from the evil billionaire to the politics of Matt’s pack. I found it hard to put this book down each time I read it, and I am sure most readers will feel the same way. I particularly liked the romance between Matt and Lexi. Matt is a particularly memorable werewolf, and the author’s depiction of Lexi as a wolf hybrid is pretty inventive; she is a unique character.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More