Jayson Truman is captivated by his boss’s daughter. He finds himself fantasizing about the many ways he’d like to have his way with Arianna Klein. Despite Mr. Klein’s strong connections to the Caedmon community, he and Jayson have never seen eye to eye on any matter. Lusting after his daughter only adds fuel to the flames. Their long-standing business relationship begins to unravel. Secrets are exposed, and loyalty is tested. Jayson is warned to stay away from Arianna…
Cutting family ties seems like Arianna’s only recourse to regaining control of her life. Yet, steering clear of her father is easier said than done, especially when she holds the key to his business’s success…or failure. And as if her life weren’t dictated enough by men with oversized egos, add Jayson to the equation and his many attempts to lay claim to her. If he thinks she’s going to swoon at his feet like a sex crazed maniac, he’s got another thing coming. But Arianna is not the only one with a key. Jayson may very well be the pawn she needs to get her out of the mess that her father has built.
Jayson will put his life on the line for Arianna, but will he gain her love and acceptance in return?
Wolf’s Touch was just as good as Wolf’s Promise. I really got into it and loved how Jayson was willing to fight for Arianna. There were two things that continually annoyed me. 1) Why wouldn’t she claim him as her mate? I don’t get it. Sure she wanted to be her own person, but seriously to make him suffer for ten years? She’s lucky he still wanted her. 2) What the HELL. There is no way I would see my mate being serviced by 3 females and just accept it. NO WAY!
There were a couple of typo/grammatical errors, nothing too bad. I liked that each story had its own plot and didn’t follow the same story line as the previous books, but still fed into each book. I will be reading the next book soon.