Emory is a shifter living on the edge. For years he’s struggled with his Alpha nature, nothing has ever been simple or easy. Then he meets the one woman capable of soothing the savage beast—a female who incites a carnal hunger that leaves him eager and burning. Mary is a mate he never imagined he would have. Sweet, kind and impossibly beautiful, she is everything he and his wolven half have been craving. Unfortunately, she’s also something else, something dangerous—a Shepherd, bred of the line of hunters determined to destroy his kind.
After he finds Mary and brings her to New York, he discovers earning her trust is the least of his concerns. Her relatives have followed and they want Mary back. If Emory won’t hand her over, they’ll do everything in their power to take her from the pack. As danger closes in, the passionate connection between them flares into a lascivious bond that refuses to be broken. If Emory wants to keep his mate, he’ll have to protect her—at any cost.
Publisher’s Note: While Enemy Mine is a standalone story, readers who start with the first book in the series may find some added pleasure in the adventure.
Flow of book – 4
Cool Factor – 3
Believable romance – 3
Romantic scenes – 4
Overall Plot – 3
Cover – 3
What rocked my world –
1. The concept of Mary and Emory
2. The world building
3. Other characters that intrigued me
1. Where was the romance?
2. I fell in love with how they meet in Omega Mine, it flew out the window in Enemy Mine and was MIA
3. There was a lot of MINE MINE MINE MATE MATE MATE, I had flash backs to NEMO and the Seagulls
I bought this book myself