The Wolf's Secret Bride
paranormal, mythology, romance, humour
(26 July 2018)
This lone wolf gets the shock of his life when he gets a bill for his wedding in Vegas. After a soap opera of a week where Rory meets his real father, attempts a hostile business takeover, torches the family business, and almost gets arrested for attempted murder, he decides a relaxing weekend is just what he needs. Vegas has a way of making a man—even one who’s part wolf—forget his troubles. Rory does such a good job of wiping his mind he doesn’t even remember the wedding he receives an invoice for. Did he do the unthinkable? Rory sets out to find his blushing bride only to discover the one thing he never expected. Love. But can a wolf have a happily ever after with a mate who is on the run from danger?
This is a paranormal series of romances where there are wolves involved – well werewolves anyway.
And here we have one who is not really a very nice guy. It seems he ran away from Canada and lots of crimes, and then runs away again to Las Vegas, where he gets rather drunk and forgets what has happened.
And we have a heroine who has been captures by a Lion shifter group (think bad boys and motorbikes) and was held in the Canadian Woods until she escapes and ends up in Las Vegas.
And so we have a meeting and rather nice story.
I enjoyed this and thought Eve Langlais was on form here.