A verb: To fit in a specified place, to be allied to, to be linked to.
Growing up with a cruel Alpha of a father, in a Pack full of werewolves, Rory Beaumont taught herself to be tough and untrusting of anyone. When her father tells her that she is leaving home to marry another Alpha’s son, she has to be smart, cautious, and resilient. She knows that everyone has an ulterior motive.
A ‘mate’ is a werewolf’s soulmate. As a child, Rory thought a ‘mate’ was something to believe in. As a twenty-year-old, she was convinced that it was just a fairy tale and that she would never find her mate. But when she meets her mate, her whole life gets turned upside down. She finds that the Moon goddess that brought them together has a sick sense of humor.
Her fights with her father were just battles. Now, it’s time for the war. Rory Beaumont has finally found her place in the world and her forever family. She will not let anyone take that from her, especially not the man she calls her father. As she finally begins to let down her walls and lets those who love her in, loved ones from her past resurface. Only, Rory thought they were dead. She doesn’t know what is true and who is lying. Confused and unsure, Rory struggles with coming to terms with what has happened in her past, and what she can see in her future. One thing she does know – she’s not going down without a fight.
Rory’s been kidnapped, tortured, and lied to. Now, she’s going to get her revenge. Aroura Beaumont is set to marry her mate in just a few days. Beyond that, she only has one goal in mind – to find Marcus Beaumont and give him all that he deserves. But no plan happens completely as expected.
This is the third and final book in the Belonging Series