Greyson Cole is going to kill his
sister. All Grey wants to do is escape Raleigh and the
pandemic of love and romance which has spread through it.
With that thought in mind, Grey heads to his cabin to spend
two weeks in solitude, only to be confronted by over six
feet of dripping wet, nearly naked male. According to the
stranger, Grey’s twin, Kelsie, lent him the use of Grey’s
cabin while his own was being repaired. And said stranger,
Sirus Wilder, is definitely Not. Grey’s. Type. Grey will
keep repeating that to himself until he believes it. Grey
doesn’t do relationships, and no amount of lusting for the
gorgeous, intelligent Sirus is going to change that.
Sirus adores Kelsie; her twin is
another matter entirely. Sirus is grateful Grey lets him
stay in the cabin while the plumbing is fixed on his own,
but Grey has to be the coldest, most withdrawn person he has
ever met. Yet there’s something about Grey, flashes of
vulnerability which draw him to the seemingly aloof
stranger. Sirus has been burned by love in the past and
doesn’t want to risk his heart again, especially by falling
for a man who flat-out tells him he doesn’t have the ability
When the desire for one another becomes
too tempting to resist, Grey and Sirus agree to embark on a
two week affair with no strings attached. Too bad for them
love has other plans. Grey and Sirus are about to find out
that sometimes destiny takes charge and gives you a chance
at happiness you never could have imagined; you just have to
be brave enough to take it.
Grey’s Awakening is like
a thunderstorm – powerful, glorious, and seemingly alive
with raw emotion. Cameron Dane has written an enthralling
story that no words can do justice to (though I will try)
with two heroes that will wrap themselves around your heart
and not let go.
Sirus is a romantic at heart, which was
utterly lovely to see from such a strong, powerful male.
His willingness to put himself out there, even in the face
of past hurts, makes him the perfect match for Grey. And no
man needs an open, accepting heart to love him more than
Grey. For all his controlled demeanor, Grey is a tumultuous
blend of old wounds, fear, and hesitant hope. With his cool
confidence at the forefront, even I, a reader who got to see
the inner workings of Grey’s mind, found myself
sucker-punched by the pain in Grey’s past. He broke my
heart, but his healing, opening up, and falling in love put
it back together again. Their love story was as touching as
is it was spellbindingly erotic.
While Grey’s Awakening is the second book in
the Cabin Fever series, it does stand on its own. Kelsie
and John (Grey’s sister and best friend) of The Sweetest
Tattoo do make a brief appearance in Grey’s
Awakening and fans of the first story will remember
Sirus having a cameo in that tale. Neither book should be
missed, for Cameron Dane is a wonderfully talented writer
whose stories are as unique and diverse as the characters in
them. And since I cannot say more about Grey’s
Awakening without overtly gushing, I will leave with
saying that I Joyfully Recommend this incredible book!