Werewolves mate for life. For Tyr, his true mate isn’t a wolf.
For werewolves it’s all about scent. With every breath he takes, Tyr Thunder is enthralled by Aggie. The beautiful salon owner is perfect in every way. She even has an ability common in wolves, but unfound in humans. The connection between them is profound.
As the relationship develops between the handsome veteran and Aggie Scott, her Reno weekend turns into a romantic interlude. Is he the alpha of her dreams?
The explanation is rooted in a tragic event, a shared past that links them to one another.
“Have you been with a wolf before?”
“I had werewolf classmates at college, but I didn’t stay in school long enough to forge close friendships and I’ve never dated a werewolf.”
“I’ll be your first werewolf lover?”
“My very first.”
“I want to make love to you,” he said, his eyes blazing bright. “I want you to be at ease.”
“Is there anything I need to know?” She let her gaze slide over him. “You look like you have all the right parts.”
He laughed. “I do. Everything functions normally. I just have the ability to shapeshift into a wolf. I promise you, I’ll only shift at the appropriate time and never during sex.”
Sex. I’m going to have sex with a werewolf.
Tyr opened his arms. “Come to me, Aggie.”
She stepped into his arms.
“I’m crazy about you,” he said, rubbing his hands slowly up and down her back.
“Wolves are all about scent and yours reaches right inside and holds me fast.” Something about him also held her fast. Tyr slid his fingertips over her cheek. “You’re so beautiful.”
His eyes changed, glowing golden in the low lamplight.
What have I gotten myself into?
He slipped his hand beneath the hem of her top and touched her skin. Heat flowed from his hand, seeping into her skin and firing her blood. Between her legs, she throbbed.
What would he be like as a lover? His eyes flashed, feral and hungry. He’d be just what she’d wanted, needed, ached for — a real alpha male.