I received this book as an ARC for an honest review.
In this book we meet Libby and Stryker. Libby is a small town librarian who does the same thing day in and day out. She still lives with her parents, and oh ya the real shocker even after going to college is still a virgin. The values that Libby has are amazing she believes that the gift she will give to a man will be the one she chooses as well as someone worthy of receiving this gift. The kicker in this decision that she has made is the new biker in town. There is just something about him that has her watching him day in and day out from somewhere in the library. There is something about this biker that draws her to him like a moth to a flame she can't get enough of being with him but doesn't know why.
Stryker knows that his cougar deserves a mate just like his brothers have found but with his inability to speak with women it is hard for him to even think about that. However when the little librarian comes over and starts chewing him out for not being around in awhile he cat knows he has found his mate. The problem he is having his human side and his cat are having a difference of option on when exactly they should tell this little librarian about him. Stryker knows the longer he waits to tell her the more of a chance he has to loose her.
This book is about love and acceptance of who you are not what you are or those around you. This book can be read as a stand alone but reading the first two books in this series will have you understanding some of the references more easily. This book is amazing and will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. I would highly recommend this book.