When the past hurts, it bites. Takhini Wolves, book 4.
Meet Evan Stone. Laid-back, in-control alpha of the Takhini Wolves. Life's not perfect, but he's got a good handle on his world. At least he did - until the night he ends up in jail, soaking wet and wondering what the hell just happened.
The "what" is Amy Ryba, a vengeful female who's decided it's long past time to make Evan pay for his sins. Amy has spent years tracking him down and the last nine months working in secret to destroy him. She's ready for anything - except discovering the shifter she hates is her mate. Suddenly Evan's not so very in control of himself or his pack. And unless Amy can learn to forgive and forget, she'll have to do the unthinkable: reject her mate.
With two packs watching, one thing is certain: Their personal issues won't stay personal for long. If Amy and Evan can't find a way to work together, there won't be a happily ever after for them...or any of the wolves of Whitehorse.
Warning: Contains angsty wolves. Lots of angsty wolves causing explosions of all sorts, playing bad pranks, hacking computers, and having angry sex against a wall or two. Not all at the same time, though, because that would be silly.
Amy and Evan can't find common ground and although they want to bring the packs together, it's more difficult than they think. Danger, practice jkkkes that get out of control, strength, and emotions are a hard obstical to bring everyone together. I had the audio as well and it's a great narrator.
I like this series, but really disliked Amy/Sam character. The story fell short, which was disappointing because I loved the Evan character. By the half way point I was hoping Evan ended up with someone else, he deserved a better mate and a better story, sorry.