Ryan Oakley, lead singer of Bad Oak and heartthrob extraordinaire, isn’t looking for a girlfriend. He’s definitely not looking for a boyfriend, but after the explosive encounter he has with a guy he meets backstage, he realizes he’s more flexisexual than he’d thought. Of course, suddenly being able to shift into a wolf is an unexpected side effect he didn’t expect and can barely control.
Bardulf Forst is Alpha-Heir to his pack, but he can’t resist his little sister when she begs him to meet Ryan Oakley. When he realizes the sexy singer is his mate, he can’t deny instinct. He claims the famous rock star even though he knows his father won’t approve: heirs are supposed to have children and two males can’t reproduce.
Okay, so you know the saying “don’t judge a book by it’s cover?” Well, I have to admit, if it wasn’t for the amazing cover, this book would probably never made it off my TBR sample pile, simply because of the title. So now, don’t judge a book by it’s cover or title. This is another one, that somehow I downloaded the sample but never got around to reading until we came up to theme month and we are supplying our own picks. Luckily for me, because this was a great story!
So we start out with a sister you can’t say no to, a Alpha-Heir that hates city life and really doesn’t want to do what he’s about to do. And a Rock singer that has to take his turn in a promotion that is about to change all of there lives.
What an interesting twist to a shifter mpreg story, this GFY insta attraction and then love is based on mates knowing mates and genetics trumping every time. And it really worked, even though the actually ‘acts’ were fade so we get the words on the sexually chemistry and how the baby will be born but no scenes.
The connection between Bardulf and Ryan is a magically one, and the author does a great job making us feel the love and tenderness when they are together and the anguish when they are apart. You can also feel the frustration and tension that the rest of the pack and band mates go through while these two are apart. The internal struggle the family goes through while dealing with an issue and triumph everyone feels at the end. Also the epilogue is one of the best I’ve read.