It’s 1936 in Calgary. After a terrifying experience, Noreen is frantic to escape the Garden of Eden cult, so she catches the night train north out of town. An ominous stranger and a farmer who’s furious she slept in his barn remind her just how alone she is in the world.
Wolf shifters, Les and Karl, eke out a primitive existence on the flanks of the Canadian Rockies. Between Hunters who want to kill them and a wildfire raging out of control, they’re relieved when their clan leader, Jed, shows up.
Jed has a surprise in his car, though. While passing through the nearest town, he spied Noreen by the side of the road picking straw out of her hair and offered her a ride. Before Jed’s car even stops rolling, Les and Karl know she’s their mate. So skittish she’s barely willing to exit the car, Noreen busies herself helping Jed and his pack mates unload supplies.
Can Les and Karl convince her to stay? If she does, will the risks she faced as a cult member pale in comparison to being mated to shifters?
Reviewed By: Monica
Noreen is on the run from the Garden of Eden cult she’s been living with. Scared she takes the train heading north towards the Canadian Rockies. She is picked up by Wolf Clan leader Jed and his mate when they discover her on the side of the road. They decide to take her with them and get her back to town later. Les and Carl are two wolf shifters leading a primitive existence in the Canadian Rockies. Trouble is never far away with hunters constantly looking for any shifters to kill and now their home is also threatened by a wildfire raging out of control and edging closer to their home. Before Jed stops the car they already know that their mate is in the car. Now they only have to convince Noreen to give them a chance while also trying to keep her safe from any danger. I am a great fan of shifter stories and I loved this one. It was hard to put down once I started reading. Looking forward to more books in this series.