Megan Warden is an Enforcer for her
werewolf Pack. As such, she is the second most important
wolf in her compound. Megan is traveling to the wedding of
a cousin and has been asked to pick up another wolf at the
airport; her sisterís anchor, Shane Rosario. Megan doesnít
think anything of it until she smells him and once that
happens nothing can stop the two from mating.
Shane Rosario denies the wolf inside of
him. Brought up by his mother to hate what he is, Shane
never loses control and never changes. When Megan Warden
picks him up at the airport and Shane senses his inner wolf
rumbling, he is shocked but goes with the flow. One mating
later, the two are at odds at their sudden relationship.
Shane refuses to give up his medicine
and life in Las Vegas. Megan canít imagine living outside
of her pack. Refusing to give Shane an ultimatum, Megan
vows that she wonít press him for more than he can give,
even though each day without him breaks her heart into tiny
Fated clicked with me
instantly. I felt Meganís tenacity at not wanting to give
up her pack but I also felt Shaneís shame for being a
werewolf. Lauren Dane has written a highly emotional story
in Fated. Shane and Megan face real fears and
have to make agonizing choices.
Fated was about
communication and working through problems. The mating of
Shane and Megan took them by surprise but they refused to
give up on their mating and each other. Just the way a
loving relationship should be. Mark Fated in
the winnerís column! I loved it!