The wait is over.
Questions will be answered.
And one last storm will threaten Deveraux Pack.
Kendall Carver knows one thing for sure-security doesn’t last. Injured and on the run, a sinfully handsome stranger saves her life.
Cajun werewolf Burke Devereux learned his lesson 200 years ago. No humans, ever. No looking, no touching, no kissing and certainly no making love. Eager to escape his Pack’s matchmaking attempts he heads for his cabin. But nothing could have prepared him for the raging blizzard or the beautiful woman begging for his help.
Burke’s always prided himself on his self control but as things get cozy, desire sparks and old secrets are brought to light. He must decide how far he will go to protect her.
Review: Stranded With A Cajun Werewolf was a great read.
A large part of this book has to deal with family dynamics. When I started reading about Burke’s family, it made me wish that I had the kind of family that he had. However, my family was more like Kendall’s, so I can understand where she was coming from. I was never close to either of my parents.
The author did a great job with the plot and I never felt I was missing out on anything, even though I haven’t read much of the series. I felt that it had a great flow. I enjoyed the characters. The way they pick and carry on just makes you laugh.
It was great reading a book about shape-shifters and having them be so close. Loved the way they all look out for each other even though at times it would get on the other’s nerves. That’s how family is.
This is only the second book that I have read in this series and I just want to say that I really enjoyed reading both. I will be having to add the other books to my wish list and reading them. That way I can read them in order and see more into each of the Deveraux’s lives and get more into how they do things. Thank you for writing such a great book. I would recommend this book to everyone.