Summer's Wolf: Westervelt #2
Three years ago, Cullen, his pack's enforcer, found his mate in one Summer Morrison after three hundred years of being alone. But, for her mother's wishes, he's agreed to keep distance, and allow five years to pass so that Summer could grow up, finish college and so forth.
That was three years ago. And all the time apart has taught Summer is that her mate wants nothing to do with her. But when her parents are murdered in their own home, and Cullen shows up as her savior, all she wants is for him to kill the man responsible. Though, all Summer's wolf wants, is her mate.
I didn't mind the conversations between the human side and the wolf side in this one. Probably because Cullen and Summer were so much in awe of their second halves. How their wolves tolerated them, I have no idea.