Between her family's drunken antics and vicious verbal attacks from her so-called friends, Irina Sudenko Volkov is having the worst night ever. And that's before she's widowed. Volatile, cheating, no-good Sergei's death by assassin unleashes chaos in the werewolf criminal underground. Irina's panicked papa assigns beta wolf Viktor Zhukovsky to Irina's security detail until her husband's killer is found.
As Irina's world crumbles around her, the perfect princess mask falls away, and Viktor meets the sharp, passionate woman underneath. Their initial chemistry gives way to a deeper attraction when Irina begins to see the decency underneath Viktor's gruff, tattooed exterior, despite his insistence that it doesn't exist. Their tendency to find themselves seminude and in enclosed spaces is a source of amusement to her sister, Galina, but each of them knows of the deadly consequences if their relationship is brought to light.
Things get even more complicated when Papa Sudenko begins to matchmake Irina and Andrey Lupesco, who also happens to be in a secret relationship with Galina. Family dinners are awkward. With danger closing in on all sides, Irina has to find her claws and learn to howl.
In the much-anticipated sequel to From Russia with Claws, listeners get a new perspective of the lusty exploits of the untameable Sudenko family. Gia Corona and Jacey Conrad craft a delightful tale of the anything-but-average human Irina and the libidinous lycanthropes in her life.
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I think because it is the same story as the first book there needed to be more in this book to hold the interest.
The second book in the series is Irina’s version of the first story; Irina’s romance with Viktor and the fight for the truth about what happened to their father all from the eyes of a human in a werewolf world.
The story is sweet, romantic, and full of action but having read the same story from a different point of view there were no real surprises. It was still a good read, and the ending was definitely interesting.
- I OFarrell