Broken Wolf by Krystal Shannan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
things are getting heavier in this part of themoonbound series. maggie and luther have their bond in place but that doesn't distract them for the task at hand. for the next step they need a new outsider and luther knows just the person, Vadik, a russian mercenary. when the team is waiting on him vadik is already assesing the team and he can't understand why luther is so wrapped up in the tiny wisp of a woman next to him. what gets on his nerves even more is the fact he knows he has a dangerous job to do and the people he sees with luther have zero to none credibility, he doesn't know them and he doesn't find anything on them!
and then there is the blonde in the group, she stirs something deep inside of him, something he knows for sure will distract from the mission. one that's even made harder when the blonde and himself have to pose as Master and slave in order to get on the island.
andrea isn't all too happy with how things are going and when vadik enters the picture and her magick comes alive it's even more complicated. she doesn't have a submissive bone in her body despite the fact she likes to make everyone happy and at ease. but for their task to succeed she has to act like a slave. as time is an issue they get a crash course on how to act with each other but that is like pouring oil on a fire and untill they deal with their true feelings their pretend relationship is doomed to fail.
will vadik and andrea be able to pull off this elaborate scheme? what will they find on the island because each step closer to rossie tells more secrets and none of them are good!
loved this part even with the good, the bad and ugly times! it's a rollercoaster ride toward the conclusion of this story, can't wait to read how this all will turn out!!
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