There are secrets in even the smallest of towns...
Nerina Simpson fled the streets of New York City, hoping to find solace outside the small town of Talkeetna, Alaska. Physically scarred from a fire that claimed both her parents, Nerina keeps to herself while she tries to put the darkness of her life behind her.
When a winter storm forces her into town, she collides with Victor Canidae. An arrogant man who makes it no secret that he and everyone else in the town want her to leave.
Headstrong, and refusing to back down, Nerina finds herself in trouble when her two, four legged companions get lost in a storm, landing her in the path of an angry bear hell bent on taking her life. Until a mysterious white wolf comes to her rescue.
When she wakes up in a warm cave, the last person she expected to see is Victor. Stuck in a cave until the storm passes the two decide there is only one way to pass the time, and quickly when you’re getting physical.
Ms. Eden brings us an amazing story. Artic Bound kept me guessing! Dosen’t happen often but I was stunned speechless a few times with plot twists I never saw coming.
Nerina, is a hiding in a small cabin in Alaska. She was badly burned in a fire and her scars are both physical and emotional, however, she is strong and independent. She has a secret past that unfolds through the novel. She is working on living and healing in the harsh climates of Alaska, with the two dogs the previous owner had.
Victor is a werewolf and is meant to be the pack Alpha come spring. He is all Alpha and a lot of jerk at times. He has the future of the Pack on his shoulders and he takes it seriously. I was happy when we got to see him care – he cares about his family, friends, and his pack. But, can he care for Nerina.
The two together is combustible! They will make you laugh and make you want to smack some sense into them now and again. Altogether awesome!
I will note this novel isn’t for the meek. It is full of adventure, arguments, fighting, it has rope play (which I must say was vivid), BDSM and hot as the 4th of July! I look forward to reading the rest of the series to see what adventures and passion flair for the Alaska Pack.