One of the best I've read from that series. It is about a werewolf named, Michale, who gets run down by renowned columnist Aggie McDonald. The only thing is Michale doesn't remember who or what he is. Two others following this one. But, like I said, this one is the best.
Aggie McDonald accidentally runs into a man on a rainy night. She takes him in to care for him. Though he recalls nothing of whom he is, she knows this man is not precisely your Average Joe. His golden eyes remind her of something ancient, a throw back to when men was more primal. And it awakens something
As shards of his part start to return to the man Aggie calls Michael, he begins to recall he is the heir to a legacy that is centuries old and he was running from it. While he desires Aggie, he knows this legacy could threaten her.
As Aggie arouses the "beast" in him, he fears he is not human. His inner war is nothing compared to what is soon to face him, with both their lives hanging in the balances and Michael must face a battle of the titans in order to claim the woman he loves. This is a great read, but the two following even top that!
I had not read this author before, but I was pleasantly surprised how good this book was---a great werewolf love store. I am so glad that I took a chance and ordered the other two in the series. I will definitely keep a look out for more of her paranormal romances!
good book, more of a beach read. read it thru one sitting, couldn't put it down. only a bit disappointed at the ending. other then that i recommend if you want a quick read
The man Aggie McDonald had struck down on the rain-swept highway remembered absolutely nothing of who he was. But one thing was undeniable he was no ordinary
man.The strange light in his golden eyes spoke of an ancient hunger, a hunger that awakened within her an answering desire....
As fragments of his shattered past returned,"Michael" was coming to know the bitter taste of fear. His memories spoke of a centuries-old legacy that could
threaten even this woman he was coming to love. And he was learning that the terrible question he had to face was not who, but what he was.