Release date: March 3, 2017
Cover artist: Jess Small
Mason’s alpha gene means he’s one of very few wolves who can impregnate an omega male. For two years, he’d been watching Liam, but things kept getting in the way. When Liam shows up in heat, Mason recognizes the opportunity he needs and doesn’t hesitate make to Liam his mate and the father of his pups.
But Liam has old wounds and fears to work through which the pregnancy is only making worse, and Mason isn’t sure how to get past them to show he’s serious about making a life together as loving mates. It’s not until a female wolf decides Mason should be hers that Liam makes his biggest worry known—and Mason can finally put the fears to rest.
I have read quite a few shifter books, but as soon as I started reading this one, I knew it was going to be different to what I normally read, especially as soon as we met the omega Liam. I should point out that this book is written with both main characters pov.
Liam is sick and has no idea why, and how can a shifter be ill, they can heal themselves. However, for some reason, Liam is not healing so he must go and see his doctor. The news from his doctor is not what he imagined being told, and brings with it more complications for Liam.
Then we meet the alpha Mason. Liam has not had good experiences with other alphas, so he is very wary of Mason, assuming that he will be rude and arrogant - but how wrong he is!!
I don't want to spoil things by saying what happens, but rather than be an arrogant alpha, expecting things to be done his way, Mason is the complete opposite, and he can read Liam so well. There is also the added problem that both of them love the other, but neither will admit it. Liam loves Mason, but doesn't believe that Mason could love him, and Mason is taking things slowly with Liam, knowing that he is unsure of Mason and what he expects from him, so doesn't tell Liam he loves him!! Ah, this will cause problems in the future......
The book kept me hooked from the first page, and I really did enjoy it. The way the book was written, you knew exactly what the other was thinking and feeling, and this seemed to make the book more enjoyable.. If you love shifter books, then I would definitely recommend this book.