"Multiple O's! Kyla Logan creates some terrific chemistry between Jenna and Xavier and Jeri and Theron that sizzles despite the short length. Get ready for some red-hot reading that's sure to get you in the mood for Valentine's Day."
-- Holly Tibbs, Romance Reviews Today –Erotic
5 Hearts! "This is the third book in this series by Kyla Logan, and I believe that with each one I love them even more. Ms. Logan is an exceptional writer and does not disappoint with this one. I would recommend this story to anyone looking for a great werewolf story. I look forward to more of this series."
-- Sandra, The Romance Studio
February 14th is the night that the Lochinver pack has been waiting for.
Jenna and Jeri have agreed to mate with Xavier and Theron in the way of the wolf. It is a night of celebration for the Lochinver pack as they prepare for the joint ceremony. Their Alpha and Enforcer will finally claim their mates… in front of the whole pack.
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Jenna helped Jeri with the rose buds in her hair, and stepped back to admire her childhood friend in her wedding dress. The heavily beaded strapless bodice looked wonderful and complemented the straight silk skirt. Jeri looked gorgeous in the dress, elegant and just -- well, Jeri. Jenna knew she couldn't have carried off the gown, not with the amount of pearls and crystals on the bodice. She laughed to herself just thinking of trying.
"What are you smirking at, Jenna? Is something wonky?"
"Nope, sister mine, just imagining me trying to get away with wearing that dress."
"You do yourself a disservice. Of course you could have worn this," said Jeri. "But I have to say the one you are wearing looks fabulous on you."
Jenna took a look at herself in the mirror and had to agree with Jeri. Her princess line silk dress with its delicate lace detail across the neckline and straps did suit her. She hadn't felt comfortable in the more heavily decorated dresses both of them had tried on.
But this one. Oh yes. She especially loved the little silk chiffon jacket she would wear when they had to go outside.
Not that it would be for long, just to get a few photos taken before coming back into the manor for more. At least the day was sunny but very, very cold. But what did they expect for the fourteenth of February in Scotland?
Turning around as the door opened, Jenna smiled at the two women who entered.
"Both of you look spectacular," said Kerry, one of the pack females.
"Beautiful," said Alanna.
Jenna grinned at Jeri. Both of them were so lucky. They had made good friends with the members of their mates' pack, especially these two. Kerry worked with Jeri at the surgery and was the district nurse for the area, and Alanna was the assistant head of the local primary school.
"Well, girls, nearly everyone is here."
Alanna walked over to stand in front of Jenna. "Turn around and let me put the rest of the flowers in your hair, Jenna."
Little flutters of nerves were gripping Jenna's tummy. Oh, not at the thought of marrying Xavier, never that. She loved him totally, completely. But at the thought of the final act, the one that would occur when all the human guests had left… Xavier claiming her in front of the pack and making her a werewolf.
She remembered his words yesterday before he had left with Theron to stay at one of the pack member's homes.
Everything will be fine, love. There is no need to be embarrassed or afraid. After the first few moments you will forget the others are around, and only be aware of the two of us.
Jenna knew he was right but it was just her inherent shyness taking over.
"There, all done," said Alanna.
Jenna looked at her hair arrangement in the mirror. Alanna had done a wonderful job with the flowers. Breathing deeply, she noticed Jeri doing the same and caught her eye. Reaching for Jeri's hand, Jenna said, "Well, this is it. No turning back now."
"I wouldn't want to Jenna, and neither would you," Jeri said with a sheen of tears in her eye. Then added sadly, "I just wish…"
Jenna squeezed her hands. "I know, Jeri, I know."
Both of them had lost their parents seven years ago in the same accident. The accident had brought the two of them closer than even blood sisters. Until they had met and fallen in love with Xavier and Theron, they thought they would never find that one true love.
A knock at the door brought the news that all the guests had arrived. It was time to join their future husbands.