Heather is the human mate of Cael and
Riyu. While out with her father-In-law, they are attacked by
hunters and with his dying breath, Cael and Riyu’s father
mistakenly blames Heather for his wounds. When Heather
stumbles into the pack, instead of being comforted, she is
cast aside by her mates who believe she is the reason for the
death of their father. Heather is unable to fathom why her
father-in-law would lie but is even more confused as to why
her mates would believe she would do something so vile. So,
Heather does what her mates ask of her even though her heart
is breaking and her body is weak. She leaves.
I bet I used a box of tissues with this
baby. Talk about emotional. I swore after the first scene
that I would hate Cael and Riyu until the end of the book.
Honestly? I hated them for about five minutes. Then I became
immersed in their saga to find their mate and make amends. I
wanted them to beg for forgiveness and my hateful inner woman
wanted Heather to never forgive them. But, the power of love
won out and it made for a tremendous Christmas story of love
There are many reasons why I love to read
Maya Banks. A book like Love Me Still is just
one of them.