I never imagined the drama that would ensue once Dwight stepped into my life.
All I wanted to do was to make a name for myself - to claim my little piece of the pie - and buy the neighborhood bar I've been working at for the last few years. Little did I know that I'd be attracting the Wolf Brotherhood into my life.
They want to stake their claim on my bar, but just because they're the most feared werewolf biker pack in Portland doesn't mean that I'll just roll over and let them have what they want - not without a fight.
Well, I went a little too far one night and really ticked them off, and now Dwight has this twisted plan to stage my death to get the Brotherhood off my back. He's my maker and my lover, so I should be able to trust him - and God, there's just something about the fire in his touch that makes my troubles melt away; something about his deep, alluring gaze that pulls me in every time - but Dwight also happens to be a member of the Brotherhood.
Now my sister Sera is getting roped in on the drama, and they'd better not lay a finger on her. Rumor has it, she's teamed up with a rival pack to get to the bottom of my "death".
They'll stop at nothing to take me out, but I'm tired of being their victim; the Wolf Brotherhood has no idea what's about to hit them.
They've messed with the wrong chick this time.
Marked by Werewolves contains all three stories in Meg Ripley's werewolf romance series, Packs of the Pacific Northwest:
Book 1: Claimed by the Wolf Brotherhood
Book 2: Werewolf Baby Daddy
Book 3: The Wolf Pack's Revenge
This audiobook is intended for listeners age 18 and over. It contains mature situations and language that may be objectionable to some listeners.
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This is a very steamy book with hot guys and strong females. I just love a story with strong females that know how to get what they want and the men who are just as alpha but know how to treat their women. It is very highly entertaining read that pulls the reader in. Each book flows easy into the next issues keeping your attention .
Overall, Not Bad!