Wolves mate for life
and wolves never forget their first love
Royal photographer Lexie Haven wasn’t expecting to see her ex-boyfriend Faran ever again. She could accept that he was a spy, but a werewolf? No way. No matter how good they had been together, she has very personal reasons for steering clear of monsters. That is, until he literally crashes into a royal gathering in all his furry glory—and with a gunman on his tail.
Within minutes of seeing each other again, the two estranged lovers are on a collision course. For now, Lexie is a prime suspect in the heist of a priceless ring, and only Faran can help her find the jewel and restore peace to the royal kingdom. But first, Lexie needs to trust in second chances and the supernatural.
To be totally honest, I wasn’t sure about this one at first. I’m going to chalk that up to the fact that this is the first book in the series that I’ve read, but it’s the 3rd book in the series. Lesson learned… (who am I kidding? Well, it sounded good anyway. 😉 )
I really liked Lexie as well as Faran and throughout most of the book I felt for both of them. Faran was a wolf who had been rejected by his mate. Lexie was a human who didn’t have the stomach for Faran’s world. She grew up around violence and manipulation and those memories still terrified her. She couldn’t resist the draw she felt toward Faran though and like it or not, deep down she had feelings for him. Crazy circumstances brought them back together and they both soon learned that nothing is exactly like it seems, especially when there are more supernatural forces than expected involved.
Even though I was a tad bit confused more than once, I still enjoyed Possessed by a Wolf. If nothing else, that confusion reinforced the fact that I need to pick up the rest of the Horsemen series. I have a feeling that a lot of that minor confusion will be totally cleared up after reading the previous books. Just another lesson in the ‘do as I say, not as I do’ category 😉