Kidnapped then released deep in the woods, Brandi is on a harrowing run for her life, hunted by beasts straight out of a horror movie. But there’s an even bigger, more vicious creature in the woods—the deadly werewolf who saves her life. Jason is much more than a man, dangerous and intimidating, and Brandi still finds herself wanting every unbelievably sexy inch of him.
When he investigates the desperate screams near his secluded cabin, Jason’s shocked to find his own kind hunting a human—but he ends up even more stunned when he accidentally triggers a mating heat in the beautifully lush woman he saved. Overwhelmed with lust, Jason takes her, bites her, binds her to him forever…
Now he just has to break the news to Brandi.
I did enjoye this book, and although it was quite short it packed quite a punch when it comes to the erotica part of it. Now back to the bit about it being a short book, it really is a novella size read and that's probably why I gave it a 3 star rating. So much happened over an extremely short period (a few days) the characters relationship progressed so quickly that at times I felt a bit disconnected.
“If I was your mate, I’d savor you. I’d taste you
every day. I’d fuck you so often you’d never stop feeling me.”
The story starts of with Brandi being kidnapped by a group of rogue wolfshifters while pumping gas, she's then taken to a different location where she finds out that she is the prize for the hunt that's about to begin. Lucky for her, Jason a much stronger and more civilized shifter comes to her rescue. The attraction is instantaneous and Brandi and Jason don't even attempt to fight it. When Jason accidently causes Brandi to go into a heat the attraction grows even stronger.
I think my main issue with this book was how easily the heroine just accepted everything, I mean I've read some insta-love but when it happens under such extenuating circumstances (ie. heroine was almost ripped to shreds by rogue shifters) I always find myself resistant and wary of the couples relationship. Another problem was that Jason supposedly despised humans because of his past but it was never a factor when he realised his attraction to Brandi. There was practically zero conflict which makes for a very bland read. What saved this book were the absolutely sizzling sex scenes there were pretty hot and if you're looking for a hot short read then this would work perfectly. But for me that was looking for a bit more detail like character development and maybe some world building since this is PNR, I was somewhat dissappointed. The story has a very neat and tidy ending but again it was just very bland aside from the really hot sex.