|Bar owner Emelia Hudson is fighting for her Seattle-based bar, the Night Owl, to succeed. She has poured her heart and soul into it and there is no way she is going to let Wilder Financial take it from her. With money being tight and profits down, Emelia has no choice but to take a day job at Wilder Financial the perfect place for her to do a little snooping and to find out some answers from the CEO, Drake Wilder, that is if she can corner the elusive man.
Alpha werewolf Drake Wilder never thought he would find his true love, so he is literally blown away when he finds her working as a secretary for his company. Now that he has Emelia in his sights there is no way he is letting her get away if he has anything to say about it. But his twin brother isn't about to step aside and let Drake inherit their father's estate including the pack, he has a plan to take Emelia out.
Author Kristin Miller has created a sensuous and highly passionate tale that seems to grab the reader right for the very first page and it doesn't let go even after the last word of the story. The plotlines are carefully constructed and enhanced by the paranormal elements that are vibrant, alive and captivating. Gone with the Wolf is an absolutely entertaining read that shouldn't be missed.
Free-spirited and spunky, Emelia is a one in a million heroine who challenges and exasperates her man at every turn giving the reader some laugh-out-loud moments as well as some deep sigh ones too. She isn't afraid to speak her mind and readers will absolutely love watching these well-developed characters fall in love and work to find their happily ever after with many road blocks thrown in the way to test their resolve. With just the right amount danger and suspense to Drake and Emelia that sets the reader on edge waiting and wondering when the threat will unleash its threat without taking away from the building romance. The budding relationship between Drake and Emelia might have started out as unexpected and amusing but it quickly turns sexy and sweet as they navigate their way through the attraction. The few supporting secondary characters work well but within the story supporting the plot as well as the characters but they seem to fade into the pages without having much of an effect on the story, of course other than Drake's brother Silas.
I am really looking forward to seeing what's next in the Seattle Wolf Pack series from author this delightful author.