Aaron wants to be closer to his boyfriend’s family, whom Tony is keeping at a distance. Each Month Tony takes off to the country to help his Uncle, this time Aaron decides he is going to follow him. Well doesn’t Aaron get a big surprise?
This book follows most of the same rules of any shifter book with the main rule being, “Humans can not know of us, under penalty of death”, that is what this story revolves around. Here is the good part where Elizabeth does a great job of storytelling. She instills fear into the reader by the actions taken by the wolf pack when they sense Aaron. Aaron’s fear, thinking that he is going to die and we cannot forget about Tony. His love for Tony is insurmountable, his fear comes through in the form of losing him.
This is a really great book for such a short read. I was given just the right amount of character development in a story this size, it has a really good story line and of course her two main characters are so likable. I’m really glad I chose to read this.
Aaron and Tony’s relationship is going strong after almost a year, except for once a month when Tony has to return home to check on his uncle. Aaron feels slighted because he’s never included, so he decides to take matters into his own hands and follow Tony.
Tony Lykes can’t tell the love of his life that he’s descended from a long line of werewolves. But when Aaron shows up in the middle of a werewolf battle, he’s sentenced to death in an effort to keep the werewolf pack a secret.
Now Tony, who is an enforcer of his pack, has to make the decision of upholding the werewolf law or defying protocol and customs to turn his very human mate.