All Mark Weis wanted to do was find
Bailey Sparks, extricate her from the danger she was in, and
return with her to the Packhome. Should be simple. He never
anticipated that they would be chased, or that at the same
time, Bailey would be trying to flee him. She had no
intention of returning.
Bailey knew she was in trouble, but it
wasnít the dragon that she feared. No, it was Mark. He made
her body react in ways she didnít want it to react, at least
not with him. He was wolven, and interested in women she
didnít look like. She was also a decade older than him.
Definitely not mate material in her mind.
Making Tracks was non-stop
action. From starting with Bailey being captured, to their
escape, chase and much more, I found Making Tracks
to be a thrilling read. I could feel the love that Mark had
for his parents, the parents he chose; their story was already
told in a previous book. Actually, this was the third story
about the Texas, Anderson County Pack. I havenít read the
previous two stories, and there were times I felt that I was
missing something, but I still truly enjoyed this book, and am
now looking forward to reading the first two stories.