This was my first book in the Wolfe Pack series by Kathryn Le Veque. When she says they can be read as stand alones - she's correct. While there may be a little family history that is missed, for the most part, I didn't feel like I was missing out for starting not at the beginning.
It all starts with a battle, leading to missing memories, deception, love, more battles, finding truths, and so much more. Blayth is a bit of a mystery man, he remembers nothing of his life before a few years ago when he recovered from a very serious head wound. Everything he knows about himself has been told to him, and not by the most reliable person. His struggle to find who he really is, is a key part of the story. Le Veque did a fantastic job showing his struggle with reconciling what he is learning to be true with the lies he has been told.
The Dragon Princess is a legend in her own right. Asmara has worked hard to earn her name and place among the Scottish warriors - none of which have even had a chance at capturing her heart. But the strong and silent Blayth with the mysterious past works his way under her skin. She is instrumental in helping him discover the lies he has been told and finding the courage to look for the truth. I loved their conversations. Both the serious and fun only proved to me again that these two were meant for each other.
There were a few times that Asmara and Blayth had to lie as they looked for the truth - and those lies seemed to have caught up with the author. In a few scenes, people suddenly knew the truth when they had been told something different - nothing huge or story-breaking, but it did make me go a re-read part to make sure I hadn't missed something.