When it comes to following her instincts, former Marine Dee-Ann Smith never holds back. And this deadly member of a shifter protection group will do anything to prove one of her own kind is having hybrids captured for dogfights. Trouble is, her too-cute rich-boy boss Ric Van Holtz insists on helping out. And his crazy-like-a-fox smarts and charming persistence are making it real hard for Dee to keep her heart safe…Ric can’t believe his luck. He’s wanted this fiercely independent she-wolf from day one, but he never expected teamwork as explosive as this. And now is his last chance to show Dee what she needs isn’t some in-your-face Alpha male – but a wily, resourceful wolf who’ll always have her back in a fight…and between the sheets.
I have been waiting for this book for months. Okay, I have been waiting since the last book, Beast Behaving Badly, was released. Which, by the way, I have read and re-read and re-read again.
I knew I probably wouldn’t like this one as well simply because Dee isn’t the most likable character in the series. However, the author does an excellent job of developing her personality without changing any of her previous traits.
Almost all, if not all, of the previous main characters show up again along with a few who have only been mentioned in previous books. And yes, Blayne is there to torture Dee Ann.