It's 1936. Thirty-year-old Alice has given up on finding a husband. Between civil engineering and mountain climbing, her interests are so masculine, she scares men away. A poor route choice strands her - lost, hungry, and scared - next to Lon Chaney's cabin deep in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Jed senses a woman stumbling down the steep, inhospitable mountain behind his borrowed cabin. Her scent tantalizes and excites him. Mates are scarce these days, and if his nose is right, she's his fated one. His and his two pack mates, that is, who are mercifully gone at the moment. Jed crafts a careful strategy, knowing the mate bond might not be enough to convince her to stay once she finds out it will link her to all three of them forever.
Alice adds Jed to her list of problems when he melts out of the shadowed darkness. At first she declines his offer of help, but he keeps talking until she ends up inside the cozy log cabin in front of a roaring fire. His skilled hands and a shot of whiskey heat her blood to molten lava, and her carefully tended world explodes into desperate hunger to make love with the man rubbing her weary feet.
As caught up in lust as Alice, Jed takes a chance. A big one. Will mating with her before disclosing everything turn out to be a huge mistake?
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Sexy narrator voice keeps you HOT!
This is the 2nd one I've listened to so far, but this was the best one. The narrator's voice is deep when it needs to be, which makes you feel that you are Alice when the men are "speaking."
Alice's response & desire for all 3 men.
I can't pick just one.
It didn't make me laugh or cry, but it's enough to keep you squirming in your seat.
Can't wait to hear the next one in this series.
- Tammy N.
Dohner Fans will probably really enjoy this one
I liked the concept of this story, and I was intrigued with the history and research the author obviously did to fit to the time period - little details like her headlamp; I had no idea - that was just neat.
The overall feel was Laurann Dohner-esque --- and that's not a bad thing. It's just not my thing lately.
I've learned that if one book isn't exactly your cup of tea, give a different kind a try - and this author has several works available in a variety of genres - even dragons, which I love ♥