Reviewed by: Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
It is once again time for the annual meeting of the members of the Seven Range Pack at Wolf Pack Run; only this meeting would change many lives. Maeve Grey is the sister of Maverick pack master of the Grey Wolf Pack. Maeve has decided she will do anything she can to protect her pack and her brother from the vampires that had kidnapped her. She is willing to throw herself at Alexander Caron, an alpha with a large army of alpha warriors in an attempt to form an alliance. She was waiting for him to seduce her only what a surprise when he revealed he knew what game she was playing and that he was gay. The next surprise was seeing Rogue the pack’s greatest enemy and the one who saved her from the vampires.
Rogue has a deal for Maeve to partner up with him to save all shifters from the new serum the vampires had in their possession; a serum that would allow vampires to feed from them, a serum that was produced with the blood they had taken from Maeve. There is an antidote which once again would require Maeve’s blood and she is endangering her entire pack by staying there. The vampires want her dead and there is no doubt that one or more of the members of the Seven Range Pack would try to get her for themselves. If Maeve leaves with Rogue and her whereabouts are unknown her pack would temporarily be safe. The only thing necessary is to find the scientist that created the serum and get him to make the antidote.
Maeve readily agrees to go with Rogue even though he is considered the enemy but an enemy she is totally attracted to. Rogue has a secret he has no intention of sharing with Maeve, a secret that goes back twenty years when he was charged with a crime he didn’t commit and was cast out. I won’t reveal the story behind Maeve and Rogue’s past but it is a story that is heartbreaking and it is what made Rogue the criminal he is today.
This is a book I loved but then I love shifter’s and vampires and this book had them both. There is rape, romance, betrayal, secrets and lies and tragic love story. Although this is a series the books can be read as stand-alones but saying that I would still highly recommend reading them in order because they are well worth your time and money.