I really like this series, I started reading and could not put it down. This has everything you could want in a story. Our hero’s are heroic and will not be pushed around or aside, the villain’s are crazy or just plain nasty and treacherous.
Just as Darcy and Mason think they can get back their life and plans a threat from Mason’s past shows up to make trouble. They have survived the murder of Mason’s sister and an attempted hostile take-over but what comes running through their door could be more than even they can handle. Amber, a past romance that Mason does not want to remember shows up and announces that she is the true mate of the Alpha making for a very awkward situation. The mating ritual is three weeks away and now they must deal with a situation which could become very dangerous for all involved.
This installment gives us a look at who Mason was before he became the Alpha of the Mystic Wolves and what he endured to get where he is. It also has an unrepentant woman, power struggles, attempted murder, manipulation, and black magic. There are also witches and vampires among other supernatural creatures. Give this series a chance and it will grow on you.
Another great entry that had me reading all night. Maybe it’s just me, but I really love these characters and have to give this 4.5 stars. The only thing that kind of bothers me is that each book ends with a cliffhanger, hate cliffhangers, but at least it starts exactly where it left off.
After an accusation is made against Darcy the fates step in to verify that she is Mason’s true mate. The couple have no choice but to undergo a dangerous trial in order to prove once and for all that they are meant to be together. Devlin, the vampire enforcer goes along with Darcy on her trial in order to help her as he can. The question is will they be able to complete the trials and finally be able to move on with their lives or will they die trying.
Both of these books are excellent reads and I am looking forward to the fourth installment. Another cliffhanger ending. Ugh!
- Review: Mystic Wolves (shaihasramblings.blogspot.com)