She is left with two options—she can tell the only wolf she’s ever loved that she’s carrying their child…or she can protect him, keep the baby a secret, and run.
AJ has been freed on a technicality from prison. He thinks that his old Alpha, Toman, is planning to kill him on his return to Willow Bend. Little does he know that Mason has taken over the pack and has much different plans in store for him and Viviane
Now, the loner will be escorting one of his pack’s most precious into foreign lands. He’s all that stands between her and a dozen potential threats…and if he doesn’t stake his claim, he may lose more than his heart.
I love this whole series. Having read each story individually, it is so much easier to have them in sets like this. There’s enough to keep it interesting without overwhelming your attention. If I’m binge reading, I want to just flip the page and start the next one.
What I didn’t like is that the prequel, “Wolf in Law” and the one that bridges between Wolf Claim and Rogue Wolf, “Wolf Next Door” wasn’t included. Those stories are important and add a lot of information to the overall world building.