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Fiercely aggressive with a bad reputation, wolf shifter Trey Coleman is respected, admired, and feared all at the same time. At fourteen he'd challenged and almost killed a mature Alpha male—his father. But rather than earning the position of Alpha male, he had been banished. The act had caused a divide in the pack, and those who hadn’t agreed with the decision had left with him. Together they'd formed their own pack—the Phoenix Pack—with Trey as Alpha male, and earned their own territory through battles with other packs. For years they've lived content in their solitude, but when Trey's father dies, his uncle decides he wants to unite the two packs as one again—with himself as Alpha, of course. Something neither Trey nor his pack will ever agree to.
Taryn Warner's Alpha father doesn’t have time for his only child because, as a latent, she's a blow to his pride, an aberration in his bloodline. In his mind, being responsible for her conception meant that she was his greatness weakness. But when Taryn attracts the unwanted attention of another Alpha, in exchange for an alliance, her father agrees to mate her—without her consent—to a powerful wolf shifter she doesn't like or respect. An Alpha rumored to get his kicks from inflicting pain on women.
Trey and Taryn each have something the other needs. He needs alliances and by taking her as his mate, he would have a link to her father's allies giving him plenty of wolves to call on for his battle with his uncle. And if they can succeed in convincing everyone that they’ve chosen each other as mates, Taryn will escape an odious arranged mating. But there are a lot of potential pitfalls to their plan—including the very real possibility that they will be unable to pull off such a deception.
The first installment in the Phoenix Pack series is a hot, steamy, erotic paranormal romance with a well-developed storyline and plenty of action and suspense. Trey was a dominant, strong, very possessive Alpha male whose wolf had a tendency to turn feral during battles. Taryn was a strong, snarky, resilient heroine. A beautiful, feisty Alpha female, who despite her latency, refused to submit to anyone. Together they brought out the best in each other. And their chemistry was scorching hot—expect a lot of growling, bitting, scratching and marking. I thoroughly enjoyed Taryn's interactions with Trey's grandmother, Greta—absolutely hilarious! I definitely look forward to reading more of this series!
This author has the talent to craft an in depth plot with believable characters and amusing dialogue.
Both Trey and Taryn had difficult childhoods. Mistreated from early youth Trey challenged his alpha Father at the age of 14. While he managed to defeat his father Trey was banished from the pack and was forced to protect and provide for wolves who joined with him. Growing up with physical, mental and emotional abuse Trey learned to shut down his emotions. While his mother left his father to join Trey's pack, the break in their bond caused his submissive mother to go rogue and Trey was forced to kill her when she attacked another pack member. He lost his true mate when she died of SIDS at 2 months. Trey is a good alpha to his pack. He has managed to establish a safe territory, has good business sense but is emotionally stunted.
Taryn's childhood was not much better. Her father had always been abusive to her and Taryn was 9 when her mother and true mate died in a car accident.
When he discovers Taryn is a latent wolf her father's disdain for her grows even more. Even though she is an extraordinary healer and alpha Taryn is not afforded the due respect of her father's pack or other wolves. She is small in stature and her latency makes her appear weak. Her father arranges a political alliance with another Alpha who wants Taryn as his mate but on his terms as a submissive and sexual slave and he assures her he will break her both physically and mentally. Against her will, he marks her with the mate's bite.
Trey and Taryn meet when he drugs, kidnaps her and brings her to his territory to offer her a deal. Trey will pretend to be her true mate and free her from the arranged mating if she will agree to stay with him for 3 months and help him arrange a political alliance with her father. They both agree that the mating has to appear real and true. Only Trey's pack will know the truth.
But Fate has plans for Trey and Taryn and nothing goes as planned.
I cannot wait to read the next book.