- File Size: 585 KB
- Print Length: 296 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1480217883
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Skull Blaster Publishing LLC (September 30, 2013); 12 edition (October 20, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 20, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009U4MXPW
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Wayne is one of the created werewolves. His line came to be by being created by a Goddess and the fates. They were created to rule over all other werewolves. They never really die either. He is stronger and more powerful than any other wolf. When he was young, he fell in love with a woman. When she was dying, he changed her into a werewolf. She was his mate, but she never took to the bond. Some 40 years before, she was killed by poachers. Wayne had been alone ever since then. When he realized that he had a new mate, a male one, he didn't take to it very well. He has known for a few years who his mate is, he just can't wrap his head around it.
Conner is a very special man. He was created by the fates just for Wayne. His life has been hell. He was taken advantage of by every man he ever cared for. He has never had a relationship that was good. He was also turned into a werewolf by his old boss as punishment. The only reason he is alive is because Sawyer took pity on him when they fought Carson. Now he is part of Wayne's pack, as important as the beta. He knows Wayne is his mate, but like every other man in his life, Wayne doesn't seem to want him either. He is getting to the end of his rope waiting for Wayne to claim him.
When Conner has gotten fed up, he tells Wayne he is going to date Mitch because at least Mitch wants him. Wayne finally gives in to his feelings and they come together. Things are truly improving in Conner's life. His old friend from Ireland wants to meet and possibly invest in the company, so Conner flies to Ireland to meet with him. This is where things go bad. An evil, old witch wants to hurt Wayne because she was in love with his female mate. She had to wait until he claimed Conner to do the most damage. She enlists the rogue wolves to help. When Wayne realizes that Conner has been taken, all hell breaks lose. With the help of all of the allies, and the female wolves, Wayne will move heaven and earth to get his man back.
This book has many threads to the story. We get to learn more about the characters, and even the possibility of babies for the mated wolves. There is so much going on in this book, you cannot put it down. Will Wayne be able to save Conner? Will the witch be able to take any of them down? What about the female wolves? Are any more werewolves going to find their mates? Can the previous created ones assist the team? Grab your copy and settle in for a wild ride!
Once the finding your mate is out of the picture, this time the plot focuses on rescuing Conner from a pack of rogue wolves kidnapping him. The quest to rescue Conner is an excuse to gather all the team, humans, werewolves, Navy Seals, firefighters, FBI, and whatever other dream hero you can think of. Plus the introduction of some future plots, like Nikolai and his mate, Chance and Logan, Mitch and Locke...
I found Irish Wishes to be a little more fast paced and with and higher breath, like the author decided to bring her characters out for a field trip, in another country, Ireland, and with a more adventurous plot. Wayne and Conner's story, for how much romantic it was, was like a parallel plot, but there were other important threads, the female pack, the wish of many of the previous pairs to become fathers, the tightening of different series into one. For the first time while reading this novel I wished I had a genealogy tree, to be able to collect and put together all the pieces.
Anyway, for who is following this series in its wholeness, Irish Wishes is an absolute needed reading.
I did enjoy this one, and Conner finally winning over Wayne was nice to finally read.