The synopsis included above does a pretty good job of describing the situation, except for the fact that the heroine falls for two men instead of just one. This book has a lot of sex in it (menage with multiple men, but no m/m) so if you're not into that sort of thing, steer clear. I have to admit that it got to the point where I started skimming a bit. All in all though, the story itself was good and had the requisite happy ending. Another thing you should know is that the story is told in first person. Had I known that ahead of time, I probably would have passed on it. I'm glad I didn't, though. The book isn't exactly a keeper for me, but it was an okay read, worth a credit.
A rare female werewolf raised by humans does not know her true self. After her 21st birthday, Chandra discovers her family secret and must choose between the 11 men of her pack. Not for the faint of heart! Lots of sex between Chandra and the pack members. 3 stars
Good read, action based paranormal.
Like most little adopted girls, Chandra dreams someday her real family will find her and shell actually be a princess. Beware of what you ask for
Her family does find her and shes their princess. But theyre werewolves. If being about to go furry and fanged isnt enough, she is about to go into heat, big time. That means she has to work her way through the dozen pack males to check their suitability as her mate. Publicly. Through a large portion of the book. And just to complicate matters, her mate will become the pack alpha
There are additional plot elements including old werewolf enemies [one of whom killed her father] and a werepanther pride which seems to be helping him.
The sex scenes are many and varied including ménage [no m/m though].
Book seems to be a stand alone.
I actually liked this book. It really has a simple plot but if you like erotic reading this book wasn't bad. It has enough action with the rogue werewolves and panthers and alot of very hot men. She falls for two mates and has a nice Happily ever after.
This paranormal story is not for the faint of heart. It's got every kind of f plus m combination you can think of. If you want a lot of explicit scenes, this book fits the bill. If you want a story, you'll be disappointed. There's really no plot. The story doesn't go anywhere. There's very little character development. People come in and out (no pun intended) of the story without much contributing much to the story.
The heroine is one of the rare female shifters alive. Most shifters are men. Raised primarily by humans, she was unaware of her heritage until her twenty-first birthday when her pack finally finds her. She has to choose from the eleven the one who will be the alpha male. Let's say she has her way with all eleven of them.