Friday, October 28, 2016

A Mate's Forgiving Touch (Black Hills Wolves #57) by Merryn Dexter

A wolf on the run
Tired of running from the past, Connor Burrows is working his way home to Los Lobos. He knows he needs to face his family and finally come to terms with the horrors of their shared past. When he stops in the small town of Franklin, the last thing he expects to find is a lone wolf who smells like perfection and takes no prisoners.

Trapped by the beast inside
Bailey Clarke is a freak of nature, her father has told her so since she was a little girl. Hiding the beast inside grows harder every day. When a handsome, charming, infuriating stranger rides into town, he threatens to destroy the carefully constructed walls she uses to protect herself, and everyone else around her.

A man on a mission
Connor is determined to claim Bailey as his mate. His dominant nature loves the challenge this sparky little wolf presents both in and out of bed. He won’t let anything stand between them – not her father, and certainly not Bailey’s own fears and doubts.

Tamed by the wolf within
Bailey sees what her life could be, if she can only learn to trust for the first time in her life. Before she can accept Connor as her mate, she will have to repair the broken bond between herself and her wolf. Will her secrets destroy their chance at happiness?

A race against time
Newly mated, Connor and Bailey find themselves in a fight for their lives. Family ties will prove their deadliest threat and their greatest salvation.

My review:
In previous books Connor Burrows was a bit of a jerk. He lashed out at those who love him and hit the road. Now tail tucked between his legs he is working his way back home. In a small town 50 miles from home he stops to pick up some work to pick up a bit of cash and maybe delay a little bit.  What he didn’t expect was finding Bailey Clarke. The wolf meant to be his mate.  Bailey has grown up packless and afraid of her wolf. Conner is going to have to work for his redemption. 
I loved this book. Watching Conner forced to be patient was worth it. There is a lot going on in this book and I would have liked to know more about what happened with Bailey’s parents. If you like PNR you will love A Mate's Forgiving Touch.

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