Dan and Paul receive a phone call to go
visit their friends, Corin and Cian, and stand up for them
as they exchange their wedding vows. While werewolves mate
for life and vows are not needed, Paul would like to
exchange vows with Dan. However, Dan does not see a need for
it so convincing him Paul craves this may prove interesting.
Siul a Ruhn, meaning Walk, O Love, is about
Paul’s desire. He would like to have the words “I do” said,
as well as the time proven “werewolves mate for life” fact.
While Paul knows Dan does not think vows are needed, what
Paul finds is that you just need to express your desires to
your significant other. While this is a sweet story about
meeting your love’s needs, unfortunately it did not stir my
emotions as I read it.