Feral (Wolf Ranch) Paperback – June 14, 2020
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- ASIN : B08B33TXJH
- Publisher : Independently published (June 14, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 234 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8653966729
- Item Weight : 8.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.53 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #427,736 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The story will have bits and pieces of Rob’s siblings and their mates, but this story focuses on Rob, his role as Alpha, and his need to find a mate---but she needs to be a shifter---not a human mate, like both of his brothers have found. Not only does Rob need a shifter mate, but he also has issues within his pack, a troublemaker or two that he must deal with. He is waiting for Fate to send him “the one,” and when he meets the new neighbor, Natalie Sheffield, his wolf takes notice----but no, this can’t be---she is human.
“I met my mate, and she wasn’t just cute, she was hot. Passionate. Spirited. Feisty.”
The story isn’t all it seems, it has plenty of mystery, suspense, angst, and lies by omission. Sometimes, secrets must be held, when it is your job----Natalie/Willow is in just that position. Posing as the new neighbor, Natalie Sheffield, while working undercover surveillance as the DEA agent she is. Oh my, when Rob Wolf and Willow meet, there is chemistry. What he thought to be a rescue isn’t as he thinks---but this feisty girl doesn’t back down---and neither does he. It doesn’t take long for these two to get together, and sizzling hot sex is on the table, along with a spanking that reeves both of them up.
“One taste of Rob Wolf and I was hooked. I was a DEA agent, but he was my drug. And I wanted more.”
“Ready, angel? You’re going to love your punishment. And so am I.”
The plot of this story kept the pages turning with two people who are naturally drawn towards each other. Rob is under pressure from some of the older pack members to take a mate, an alpha she-wolf, going as far as to invite another pack to bring one for a visit. But Rob’s wolf has his own plans—and it is to mate with Natalie/Willow. What will happen when Rob learns that Willow has been an imposter, posing as their former neighbor’s niece, Natalie? How can he, as Alpha, mate with anything less than another wolf shifter? Will fate disrupt the pack? By others interfering? Or will fate have its own plans?
“I might be a mate to Rob, but I was one hundred percent a lie.”
“It was fate, then wasn’t it” she murmured. “You and I? Can’t argue with fate, can I?”
I would never reveal a plot twist and will say, WOW, I loved it, and yes, things have a delightful way of working out---call it FATE. The heart wants what the heart wants---and sometimes, a wolf won’t accept anything less than its mate.
“We’d been two lost souls that fate brought together. Made us whole in each other.”
I look forward to the next story in the series---Savage will be coming soon. “Pack Rule #4: Guard your pups with your life.”
The last of the wolf brothers. The one most at risk of moon madness. Rob is getting close, with no prospects in sight. He wants what his parents had. What his brothers have. That true connection that only a mate can bring. But it keeps getting harder to resist the pull, harder to keep from giving in. And then he finds it. But in someone who couldn't possibly be right. Unless, she really is!
I'm absolutely loving this series by these two authors. Cowboys. Shifters. Insta-love connections. How could I not adore these stories! But seriously, this book packed so much emotion! I could feel Rob's hopelessness, his bitterness at times, and then on the other hand, his absolute resolve to do what was best for his pack, and himself. It definitely hit me right in the feels!
Rob is a werewolf that is going mad. If he can't find a mate soon Moon Madness is going to turn him into a wolf permanently and then he will have to be shot. The problem is that he can not mate with just any werewolf he has to mate with an Alpha Female wolf. The other problem is that Rob's wolf has chosen a human to mate with and he can't fight his wolf. This is also spiting his pack in two. The madness is getting worst and Rob has to decide what he's going to do and soon or loose his life.
Willow is DEA and she's posing as Rob's neighbor Natalie Shefield to catch another neighbor who is running drugs from his large ranch in Montana up to Canada. Willow can't tell anyone who she is and frankly she doesn't know all about her people since she was raised in foster care. She only knows that she wants to get her man and be onto her next assignment but Rob is HOT and she wants him. She doesn't know that he is a werewolf only that she wants him in her bed NOW.
The two get together and drive each other crazy.
Natalie had gone on a date with the town billionaire, but couldn’t get enough of Rob. Things aren’t always what they seem. While Natalie and Rob get to know each other, his pack is giving him a hard time to mate. He is their Alpha. Somehow things get twisted up, and their relationship a whole lot rocky.
There are quite a few surprises along the way.
I enjoyed this book. It was angsty, steamy and intriguing. I would recommend.
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No potential triggers.
So, here I am on book three of the series, despite the fact that they are not the best shifter romance novels I've ever read (think Cherise Sinclair) and I haven't changed my mind about the series, I'm just one of those people who need to read the full story. So I persevered.
It's aimed at an adult audience, lots of dominance and submission with a huge kinky streak, so if you are prudish don't buy the book.
Character wise there is far more to these two than in other books in the series, and they are far from the one dimensional characters in the first two books, but it still felt as if the authors were writing from a script of how to write a book, like novel writing 101.
I honestly don't understand the five star rating some readers leave, because the books are pure fluff. The backstory is rote, their feelings are trite and the lack of effort obvious. To each their own I suppose, but I wanted potential readers to see both sides of the story here and not just the rave reviews.