Eliza Reve knows that her ability to dream of future events sets her apart from others. Her gift became a curse when she wasn't able to save her mother or the alpha's son and she found herself exiled - a lone wolf. When she joins the Black River Pack, Eliza vows never to reveal her talent to anyone. Not even the man who has walked in her dreams for years.
Spencer Tate is her mate, but her visions have told her that he will renounce her. When he doesn't recognize her as his mate, she agrees to the no-strings-attached affair he offers because she thinks it's the most she can hope for. Although her heart breaks as she falls deeper in love with him, she wants to spend as many days with Spencer as possible before he kicks her out of his life.
When Spencer finally comes to his senses, he has his work cut out for him to convince Eliza that he wants her forever. When another she-wolf insists she's his mate instead, things get even more complicated. But Spencer isn't the alpha's second and enforcer because he isn't willing to fight for what's his, and he refuses to settle for anything less than Eliza as his marked and claimed mate.
This is book two in the Black River Pack series. Each novella will feature a different couple.
Eliza has spent years hiding her secret because when people find out bad things happen. She knows she's been with her mate Spencer for the last year, but she also knows for some reason he doesn't want her, or know who she is. Until he finds out her secret then he claims they are mates and need to be together. The problem is Eliza isn't sure they should be together because of her visions she had of him. And Spencer will stop at nothing to have her as his mate. These two have a long road ahead of them before they can have a happily ever after.
This book was a lot more interesting then the first one. I really loved Eliza and Spencer together. And I felt so bad for both of them for what they went through before finally admitting their feelings. But overall this one was really good. I really liked it a whole lot. And the end of this one leads us into the next book as well. Now, I'm looking forward to reading it.