Aislynn is on the run and is working in
a sleazy run down bar and foisting off the advances of her
equally sleazy boss. When an enigmatic and compelling man
comes in and proceeds to drink the night away, Aislynn does
what any good bartender does. She calls his friends and
asks that they come and get him because the bar is closing.
The manís friends arrive and when they do Aislynn slips
quietly away in order to escape the unwanted advances of her
boss. Unknown to her she has caught the eye of the drunken
man and in doing so he comes to her rescue when her boss
catches up to her.
Cullen has just agreed to be mated for
the sake of his pack. He knows it is something that he has
to do but the thought of mating with the woman picked for
him leaves him cold. After just one encounter Cullen wants
Aislynn but he knows as a human she would not be able to
handle a mating such as he needs as a werewolf. He doesnít
know it yet but he has highly underestimated Aislynn.
I jumped on the chance to read
Leader of the Pack because it is being published by
a new publishing company. I enjoyed the plot and premise of
Leader of the Pack immensely. I found Cullen
a worthy alpha and I really thought he deserved to love the
woman he wanted to love. Aislynn was a great heroine as
well. She was strong and didnít take anything off of
anyone. I liked her independence but I also liked how she
I love reading new authors and Leighann
Phoenix is now on my Ďto readí radar.