Claimed By Wolves
Samantha Anderson’s grandmother knows that she missed out on learning about an important part of her family and herself while her mom and grandfather were alive. But she’s determined to make up for it, and makes it her last wish that Samantha go and spend at least the summer in a small town called Harmony.
Pack alpha and eldest brother, Gabe McAllister, had planned to convince the new owner of the Daniels property to sell the land to him and find a different spot to vacation, but as soon as he sees and smells her, he knows that he’ll be working to get her to stay instead. The only problem is she’s human and has no idea about shape-shifters. Samantha finds herself surprisingly drawn to the small town and her new friends, but maybe most surprising is her instant attractions to all five of the hunky McAllister brothers. Maybe this is her chance for a summer fling. The brothers know that they have found the mate for all of them, they just need to find a way to convince Samantha.
This was a really good book. It was fast-paced, funny, and sexy as all get out. Man, do those McAllister brothers heat up the pages. They are definitely your dominant alpha men, who have met their match with Samantha. I think what makes this book believable is the sense of humor that is woven throughout the story just as much as the heat between them. It somehow pokes just enough fun at the situation they all find themselves in that you could see it happening just that fast. Plus oh my goodness the sex scenes. This was a great book to read and by the end you find yourself really wanting that happy ending for Samantha and her men. It’s also listed at the first book in the Call of the Wolves series and I can’t wait to read more.