*This book contains adult themes
**Review by Susan
**This book is not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. It contains adult situations and scenes of erotica and mild horror.
Leesh is a female on the run. She's taken all she can take from her abusive mate, and so, gathering up her five year old little boy, Jase, she flees her territory, her pack and her family, but with danger lurking around every corner, and old injuries leaving her vulnerable to attack from any and every quarter, she must rely on the Master of the Hunt, from the Tall Grass pack to keep her safe.
Wallace is ruggedly handsome despite his many scars, but Leesh pushes him away even as she wishes she could let him hold her close.
Is she too far gone in fear and self-hatred to return his blossoming feelings?
With an angry mate on her tail, Wallace must do all he can to save the woman he's fallen in love with, and protect the son he wishes to call his own.
But Christmas is a time for miracles, right?
In this novella we meet Leesh, who is on the run with her young cub, she has been very poorly treated and in her escape from danger meets Wallace, her saviour in her hour of need. Despite the females concerns about returning to a pack and the danger she would put them in, she knows her health and her son's depends on it.
Leesh and Wallace are a similar pair and both have their damage from the past but can they help one another through what lies ahead? Will Leesh ever be able to let someone in despite her past?
"...being different, being changed, doesn't mean your any less perfect. It doesn't mean you're damaged goods. It simply means you've been honed into another form of perfection......Your perfect..."
A magical Christmas novella that had me hooked from the start. Another must read this Christmas.
I was sent a copy of this book to review, but all thoughts & opinions are honest & my own.