January 8, 2014
Damn, Damn, Double Damn Sam has one mean ass mom or maybe she is just jealous cause her daughter has the guts to go get what she wants to make her happy.
I really liked the beginning of this book but got a little slow for a bit after about the second or third chapter but started getting interesting again about half way through the fifth chapter. I like some of the character development that Krystal had going on and especially how realistic the love/hate relationship was between the mother and daughters, you don’t see a lot of that in books these days unless it’s the wicked step-mother.
Samantha Demakis doesn’t want a mate right now. She wants to finish her degree and work as a doctor in third world countries. Her birth-rite and family obligations to her status as the first daughter of a noble family beg to differ. In fact, even her wolf seems to be against her. When a chance encounter reveals the man who might just be a perfect fit, will she run? Or will she fight?
Chase Michaels has been alone for seventy-five years. He’s fought in Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, and Afghanistan in the US Army. Somewhat resigned to never finding his true mate, he is shocked when his wolf reacts so strongly to a woman he runs into in the airport. Unprepared for the politics and snobbery of the noble families, Chase finds himself fighting in a different type of war —a war for the heart of a woman he knows should be his.
A lot of things are chasing Sam, but who or what will catch her in the end?
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