Only a sacrifice can break his curse, and only the love of a maddening werewolf can satisfy his heart.
Trying to avoid an arranged marriage is easier said than done. But Anson seems to have accomplished the impossible. Now if he can put off fighting his twin to the death, he can avoid becoming alpha of his clan as well. The Wolf in the Forest hears and grants his unspoken wish, because one minute Anson’s in Alaska with his clan, and the next he’s in southern Germany surrounded by athmae—lust demons. One particular demon takes an interest in Anson, a very personal interest. Anson isn’t attracted to men, but around Liam, he can think of nothing but getting to know the demon in every way possible.
Liam cast a spell for a wolf, and Anson exceeds his expectations. He’s golden, he’s sexy and he’s a werewolf—a unique being in the world of shifters. After a hundred years of cursed living, Liam has a chance to finally break free from the spell holding his inner wolf at bay and embrace both his wolf and demon heritage. He never planned on falling in love with Anson, or of taking the maddening werewolf to mate. But his plans for a happily-ever-after come to a screeching halt when the evil sorceress who cursed him returns. She refuses to take no for an answer, and then she sets her sights on Anson…
First thing, says book two? I’ve not heard or heard about book one. So in reading this book had no issues following along
We start this story with a mating ritual, just reading the interesting way this authors take on fated mate, I knew the rest of the story was going to be just as unique, which quite honestly, about time!
Liam is a demon, hundred of years old and has been looking for the one person that can break the curse that has been on him and his people for almost as long as his been alive.
Just so happens as Anson is forced into the mating ritual, Liam is doing a type of mating ritual himself half way across the world. But fate is a funny thing.
I really enjoyed this story, not very long, 100 pages or so, but gave us everything we needed. The meeting, the courtship, the disagreements, the making up, and in the end the HEA.
The story to get us there was nicely done. We learn about both families, history of the clan (s) and of course about each being. (wolf and demon)
The ending seemed a little rushed, not incomplete, but with saying book two maybe we will get more.