This is my third time reading any of Carrie Ann Ryan's works and she has kept the series strong and satisfying. I love all of her characters, their uniqueness and their personalities. This book being the third in the Redwood Pack series is just as good, if not better than the first two.
Reed is a son of the Alpha of Redwood Pack and an artist. He was captured by those beyond pesky Centrals while trying to protect his brothers mate Willow. During his imprisonment he meets his mate, an earth witch named Hannah and will do anything to protect her.
Hannah lost her mother due to the Centrals. She is now alone and imprisoned on enemy turf. She gets a spark of hope once a new prisoner is brought in the cell she's been occupying. She gets a sense of peace, comfort and home from him. Can they escape this prison together? Will they survive this ordeal? Just after they are able to get close enough to touch one another and Hannah heals Reed. A savior walks through the door and they she becomes a bit overwhelmed by the feelings he is bringing forth that match what she is feeling towards Reed as well.
Josh is an ex Seal. He knows his stuff in both human and paranormal situations and can really kick ass! He is also a loner and is very content with the way he stands (or so he thinks). After over hearing a conversation, he has a vision of a male and female trapped in a prison of sorts. He is not sure why, but he must save them both, no matter what he has to face.
All three are unsure of everything! How can three beings possibly be attracted with such intense desire and make it work? They are each so different. They go through hell and back to keep their trio together. And what an amazing trio they are!