This could be read as a standalone, but I recommend reading the Phoenix Pack books before jumping into this. The first book is Feral Sins.
This book is meant for adults. I do not recommend reading this while alone. Have your boyfriend, girlfriend, and/or vibrator handy, this author rocks the sex scene and stuffed this book full of smoking hot, drool worthy men!
Book Blurb (Amazon):
Ally Marshall isn’t just a wolf shifter—she’s a Seer. But a girl doesn’t exactly need special powers to know that Derren Hudson despises her entire kind. Disdain practically rolls off the Beta of the Mercury Pack…disdain mixed with a healthy dose of desire. And no matter how much the ruggedly handsome male appeals to her, this is one call of the wild she’s determined to ignore.
After one betrayal too many, Derren doesn’t have much use for Seers—except for Ally. Forced into acting as her protector, he finds himself intensely and passionately drawn to the woman who incites his primal instinct to claim. And when enemies target the pack, Ally’s gift may be just what the Mercury Pack needs. Can he put his distrust aside, or will he force himself to turn his back on the one woman who makes his inner beast howl?
This was fun. Like the rest of Wright's shifter books, there is A LOT OF SMOKING HOT SEX, and I mean HOT! The tension between the two main characters is great. I liked Ally's character. She is funny, smart, independent, and tough. Darren is just, let me grab my fan, WOW! That is all I will say about him. I don't think I am allowed to post what I want to say about him, or what I want to do to him. ;)
There is quite a bit of action in this book and the scenes were easy to follow. These shifters are tough and don't back down from a fight. They are very protective of their pack and mates, yes mates, but not the insta hump, bump, then bond type. It is a mating that gradually grows.
There are a lot of books featuring shifters, and Wright's books are amungst my favorites. I recommend this to anyone who is a fan of the genre.
The above opinions are my own. Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for providing this book.