This is an excellent introduction to the Bluewater Bay shared-universe romance series, giving us just enough information about the town of Bluewater Bay and the television show Wolf’s Landing to provide a taste for more. This book also does a great job of showing how major Hollywood stars are human just like anybody else, with very human emotions and relationship problems.
I instantly adored Levi and Carter, but through no fault of his own, Carter felt very bland in comparison to his counterpart. Carter is a very well-developed and three-dimensional character, but next to Levi’s professional and family drama, I wish there had been a bit more in Carter’s camp to balance the scales.
Some tension was also lacking in the evolution of the relationship because this genre promises a happily ever after. I felt that the final declaration was a bit too telegraphed, and I wish there had been a few more twists and turns in the obstacles presented.
Despite the above criticisms, I devoured this novel and I look forward to reading more installments in the Bluewater Bay series, especially those by this author.
Updated Wolf’s Landing premise theory: Like Forever Knight, but with werewolves.