Poised to run. Aching to stay. What lies between is sweet torture.For nine years, Scott Lund has been erasing himself. Making sure his own kind-those who can control people's minds-can't track him down. It has been a lonely existence. So lonely, that when he makes a real connection with a... show more
Poised to run. Aching to stay. What lies between is sweet torture.For nine years, Scott Lund has been erasing himself. Making sure his own kind-those who can control people's minds-can't track him down. It has been a lonely existence. So lonely, that when he makes a real connection with a stranger, he breaks his own cardinal rule and falls asleep in the man's arms.Rory McIntyre has been sent by his pack alpha to keep a protective eye on Scott. Seduction wasn't part of the plan, but once he lays eyes on the Minder, Rory isn't satisfied to keep his distance.The moment Scott opens his eyes, he panics and flees-straight into a Minder trap. The handsome stranger from the night before turns out to be his rescuer, who whisks him away to a safe place. Wolf Town.Overwhelmed by Rory's family, Scott knows only two things for sure. His attraction to Rory is growing by the minute. And to keep his lover safe, he must put as much distance between them as possible . . . Warning: Contains dangerous mind control, bone-cracking violence and full-body-contact sex with an irresistible wolf shifter.
Publish date: June 15th 2010
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 75
Edition language: English
Series: Wolf Town (#1)
I wish there were more, but I did rather like what was there. But then, there was a lot of whump, and I like whump, so there's that...It ends with a not-ending. It ends with "let's cut this off at a point that's not the ending." It ends with "buy the next book to get a continuation, and maybe an end...
I loved this but it was way too short. When it ended, I was completely shocked there wasn't another chapter. I expected some kind of final battle or action thing but no. I'm kind of thinking this is more like a serial maybe. At least the next book is the same characters. The story was very sweet and...
There were some interesting and new concepts in this shifter story. The Minders were a great concept, very imaginative.However, as compelling as this plot tried to be, I wasn't drawn in. I was also less than excited about Rory and Scott. Rory was the butch man with a heart of gold, taking care of th...
Ok, I read the third one in this series first, which I think actually worked out well for me, since it gave me a little more back story that was missing from this (first in the series) book.Scott lives in constant fear of being discovered by other 'minders' and lives a lonely and isolated life.Rory ...
Sweet Scott is confused and scared all the time. Rory is so cute and protective. I like him. He's the boyscout everyone wants as a friend. I'd want him as a friend. The fact that he's an accountant kind of makes me laugh. It's such a dichotomy for me to think a wild shifter to be so precise as...