This is a sequel (not that I've read the first one,) so I will keep the spoilerage to a minimum (i.e. the level that's in the blurb for this book.)
She's trying to keep her mate's werewolf pack (that's mate in the animalistic sense, rather than a friend) together in his absence. But what about when he returns?
She thought it would be all her wishes coming true: her mate, Robson Trowbridge, returned to her, and bringing Lexi, her brother, in tow. But things are rarely that simple.
Oh, and there's people trying to kill her. Can't forget those!
I found Lexi an exceedingly complex character - if you don't feel at least some sympathy for him, you are made of stone. Simple as.
And my mental squeals at Hedi to 'not be stupid and do this instead' seemed to actually be heard! I know! I'm so used to characters taking the stupid route, that it's a pleasant surprise when they decide to do the smart thing for once.
There are, obviously, spoilers for the previous book in the series - if you want to avoid that then read the books in order.
There's a bunch of swearing and some violence that won't be to everyone's taste - and a few sex-bits (fans self,) so if that isn't your thing, you've been warned.
There's also references to torture, addiction, and child abduction - and probably some other stuff too - that some people may find distressing.
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