After waking up in a hotel room in Vegas married to waitress Belle Vaughn instead of wolf heiress Maribella DeVaughn, Parker knows he’s made a mistake of epic proportions. One that his family, money and position can’t fix for anyone involved. There will be no annulment or divorce. Not only because wolves mate for life, but because of Woolven Industries. They can’t afford another scandal. Belle doesn’t understand why it’s such a big deal until the full moon Parker tries to turn her and fails—because she’s a vampire. They aren’t even the same species, but somewhere along the way, the show they put on for human society became real and that mistake became something not only worth dying for, but worth living for, too.
Finally we get to the fun brother! Parker is the baby brother. He is the one who is not the alpha nor the beta so he can have fun and cut up where his stuffy older brothers can’t. But boy has he stepped in it this time. He was sent to Las Vegas to marry Maribella DeVaughn in his brothers place. It was a political marriage that got resolved in the previous book but we hadn’t found out what happened and why. This story gives us the goods and resolves some issues left unfinished in the previous books. I recommend reading them first so you get the most out of this one.
The previous books are:
Big Bad Billionaire (The Woolven Secret Book 1)
Princess of the Pack (The Woolven Secret Book 1.5)
The Werewolf Tycoon's Secret Baby (The Woolven Secret Book 2)
I really got a kick out of this book. Parker is fun and loveable and deeper than even he thought. I heartily recommend.