I get a kick out of this series. On the surface it is a light paranormal romance but underneath it all it is all about tolerance or intolerance as the case may be. In the first two books the Wallace brothers have found human mates much to the consternation of their peers. In Werewolf in Seattle Luna Reynaud is a half breed human-were. She hides this fact by not getting close to anybody until she goes to work for Colin McDowell’s Aunt Geraldine until she passes. When Colin (the pack leader of the Trevelyans in Scotland) inherits Aunt Geraldine’s home and island just outside Seattle, WA USA he figures he will settle with the employees and sell it as quick as he can. Luna and the other employees have found a home on the island and have come up with a plan to turn it into an exclusive get-away for weres. The attraction between Colin and Luna is instantaneous and incendiary. Now if he could only get over his prejudice.