This particular book in the series broke my heart on many levels. First Anu is born and held in captivity. That alone in itself is difficult to comprehend. Then add all of the other things that are uncovered, gave tears in my eyes.
Ben has held the love of his family and his streak, close for so long. Now it is his time to lead. He is strong, loving, and courageous.
My favorite part of this book is when Anu was talking to Harvey. They always say pets are the best listeners.
Anamchara was supposed to be a safe haven for those who came to find peace and love. A hidden town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, protected by magical wards from the outside world until it was discovered by Branwen’s enemies, whom have fought for years to destroy Anamchara and Branwen, their ‘faerie godmother”. That’s when life took some dangerous twists for its residents.
After defeating an old enemy, the people of Anamchara thought they were safe at last. At least until Ben found Anushka, a white tiger shifter, outside the wards and begging for help. She’d come to him to save imprisoned white tigers with ties to his father, the Alpha of the Anamchara Streak. Realizing she’s his mate, he’s torn between his loyalties to his streak and helping his mate, especially after discovering she is already promised to another.
Against Ben’s better judgment, and with the help of Kristy, Quinn, and members of the town, they come up with a plan to rescue the tigers. Accompanied by volunteers from his tiger streak and Jeremy’s wolf pack, they set off on the perilous mission and if they are successful, they’ll not only save the white tigers from their horrific existence, but he’ll be able to complete the bonding with his mate—that is as long as Andrei, the other male tiger agrees to the threesome.
Will they be able to succeed without bringing more danger to the people of Anamchara?
This action packed paranormal fantasy will have you clinging to your e-reader as you hope Anushka, Ben and Andrei can survive their enemies and find their happily ever after.