Whitney (Alpha Marked #3)
by Celia Kyle (Goodreads Author)
Thirty and single? Well, getcha ass to the Gathering!
Whitney Wickham is at the darned annual werewolf Gathering all right. Only there's one problem: she doesn't belong there. Her sisters carry the Mark indicating they'll mate an Alpha Pair of wolves, while Whitney does not have that lovely, swirling scar. She's been hauled half way around the world to be stared at, and not-so-covertly sniffed, for no reason. Unfortunately the gorgeous, drool worthy, magic-mojo-wielding Wardens don't know why she's been summoned to the Gathering any more than she does. Which sucks. But at least they're hot.
Emmett Greene and Levy Walters are Wardens--keepers of the law and embodiment of the magic of the werewolves. They can never mate, never marry, and never form a lasting romantic relationship. It's a hard and fast law that keeps their powers pure of outside influence.
Rules are going to be broken.
One look at Whitney, one hint of her scent, and they realize their immovable laws might have to jiggle. She's got luscious curves, a wicked smile, and a mouth that would make a thousand men weep. No matter the rules, their inner wolves will claim her. The only things standing in their way are the Elder Wardens who will do anything... anything... to keep Emmett and Levy from discovering the truth: the laws are wrong. And being with Whitney Wickham is so very, very right.
I never really read the first book, but I did read the second one. I must say, I was more interested in the plot of this book than I was of the last one. It was very interesting.
The men are, of course, typical scary males and I didnt really get a shocker on their part. Whitney, however, I really, really liked. I didnt expect her humor. I liked reading about her character.
The story quickly picks up and becomes really smexy. It also takes a turn for the deadly, and the whys of that is not something that I am familiar of reading about. I was pleased with how this book panned out. I was not, however, satisfied with the ending. I felt it did nothing to really wrap up with the romance and just left a big gaping hole in the plot.