Andi Thompson's days are numbered. Her cancer is back with a vengeance, and her only hope for survival pumps through the veins of her ex-boyfriend, Esher Wakefield. Back in college, the werewolf saved her with a vial of his blood. But Andi took her good fortune too far, and her actions nearly revealed the Silver Lake wolves for what they really are.
Esher Wakefield is a successful pediatrician and respected member of his wolf pack. The only thing missing in his life is his true mate, Andi. Unfortunately, curing her years ago jeopardized his very existence and forced them apart. When Andi comes to him as her last hope at survival, he knows he must save her. But cancer isn't the only thing that threatens to take away the love of his life.
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Andi's been trying to make up for a past mistake
I would definitely listen to Esher again, as I loved the story & how it was narrated.
I don't like to compare books or audiobooks.
I've listened to Ergan & Brindle from Erin's performance list, it was just as good a listen as the other two where.
The moment Andi realises she's very sick again, but this time she has no way of getting the same miracle treatment as she did back in college....
I loved finally learning all the back story for Andi & Esher, although they'd spent alot of time apart over the years, the situation that brings them back together... well it was both wonderful & a tear jerker.
- Kristy Heinicke
Don't doubt your HEA
I have read and listened to both. I enjoy reading, but sometimes it is nice to just have a story time. I either listen in bed or while I play games on the computer, so both serve their purpose.
Esher was so good to her when she felt so guilty. Both were great characters.
Yes and I did.
Their story was really a flash back to the beginning. I do love revisiting old friends in series to see how they are doing. This book/audio gave me the new story, the complete story and a visit. Wouldn't it be great if we all had access to you know what to cure you know what?