This is the first book by this author that I've ever read. Given that this is tied up with another series (or two), I was a little bit lost when it came to the shifter "world" and how things worked. I also didn't know any of the side characters and I felt like it was slightly taken for granted that the reader would have some familiarity with them.
Once I got over being slightly lost, it was an okay story. I didn't feel particularly connected to either character. I thought Harrison was a weak alpha for allowing Clinton to dictate so many things. Audrey was likable enough. I think it was an average story, but I probably won't follow up with the next in the series.