Lilah Murphy needed a miracle. Between her college debts, supporting her sister, and caring for her mother who needed surgery, Lilah didn’t expect that miracle to come in the form a phone call asking her to work at the very exclusive ‘Platinum Club’ as a waitress.
Gavin Stanton had been dreaming of her. The One who would make him complete, be his mate for life, and steal his heart forever. He did not expect to find her working at the exclusive club he was a life-long member of.
When Lilah is inexplicably drawn to the handsome billionaire she cannot accept that he would want her for more than a good time. But when strange occurrences begin, his voice in her head, the throbbing headache relating to her scar, she knows that not everything is normal. What she doesn’t expect is for him to be a werewolf.
Can Gavin convince her to stay when she finds out his true identity? Will Lilah see Gavin what he really is? And above all – Can soul-mates really exist?
Loved it! This book was actually co-authored by a writer who’s books I have previously read and reviewed and loved, so it is not surprising that I would thoroughly enjoy this one as well. As with a lot of her (Julia Kent) books it is written and finished in such a way that you know your main characters are going to be reappearing, with so much more than a cameo appearance, in the future books.
We are introduced to all of the Stanton siblings in this initial book of the series and it sets the stage for all future stories. Gavin and Lilah are a great couple and there connection kept me hooked (started and finished the book within 24 hours). What I also loved about this story was that once Gavin had determined that Lilah was the one, there was no other woman in the sidelines (can’t say that will be the same with Derry!) Each character is so different with their personalities that they compliment each other throughout the story.
Looking forward to finding out more about the other siblings in their own books and knowing that I will still get to enjoy the story of Lilah and Gavin and how their life progresses. Keep writing and we will keep reading!