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This was another good book in the series. I don't know if it's the last one but I hope not, Nash needs his story. This one was Rand's (wolf shifter) and Natalie's (human woman) story. This story was a little different than the other stories in this series in that Natalie knew about the wolf shifters. So did her Uncle Adam, whom she inherited the ranch from. You'll have to read the book to find out how they knew. Natalie had a huge problem with love because of her parents and what happened with her Uncle Adam when she was little. Natalie had major problems believing Rand when he said she was his mate through a lot of the story. Personally, I thought that went on a little too long. The sex was hot though not the main focus. I don't recall seeing any grammatical errors.
Natalie knew Rand's secret. She'd seen him do something very strange for a human when she was ten years old. She told her uncle and he swore her to secrecy. Fifteen years later Natalie sees Rand again only this time he knows she's his mate. The story is formulaic. They establish a relationship with the usual build up to a breakup and requisite catastrophe. The heat between characters is good. The series has been interesting but the authors have just about covered all the tropes in prior books. I enjoyed the story you might too.
I'm sad to see this book will be the last in the Wolf Ranch Series as they've all been fun fast paced reads. However Ruthless was my least favorite as I just couldn't relate to the female lead. When you have a sexy AF, loves you till death, faithful cowboy pursuing you how can you give him a hard time? I still liked the book and will always get the new Renee Rose story.
The Wolf Ranch pack members have come a long way from the first book, and I’ve enjoyed the journey. Watching fate and chemistry come together for Rand and Natalie as they overcome the obstacles thrown in their way, some of their own making, kept me reading this short read in one sitting. Hope these authors collaborate more in the future.
Every woman dreams of that perfect man, willing to change his whole mindset to make things work with you. Especially if the relationships in you life have been letdowns or end with broken hearts. Rand is that guy for Nat, though it takes her a minute to get out of her own head and see the rare gift of him.
Even though this is book #6 in the Wolf Ranch series this is the first one that I have read. It can definitely be read as a standalone book. I didn’t feel like I was missing anything, though I think it would have helped me love the secondary characters more. This is Natalie and Rand's story. Natalie is finally gonna understand what love between two people can really look like.
I absolutely love how these two see each other for the first time. The authors paint a picture of a big (possibly scary because of his size) wild wolf. But all I saw in my head was this adorable beast looking cute and lovable with his head resting on his paws. Natalie has know about shifters since she was 10 and isn't afraid of him. Rand comes on pretty strong when they first officially meet. Their attraction is so strong that they start messing around once they are finally alone. You would think that would be off putting but I think the authors did a great job of making you love it. The writing was so nature and the sex scenes just flowed. There wasn't much drama until you get closer to the end, and even that was tame. But I didn't mind it as I got more of the love between these two. I loved gutting to know these two and was sad to see their story end.
I've never actually read a book written by this combined duo. This story just captivated me. I may have to pick up more that these two write together. *I voluntarily read an advanced copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.*
If you have not read the below, I would recommend reading those books(s) first: Rough (Wolf Ranch #1) Wild (Wolf Ranch #2) Feral (Wolf Ranch #3) Savage (Wolf Ranch #4) Fierce (Wolf Ranch #5)
This is Natalie and Rand’s story. His alpha has a job for him. Get the woman next door to sell and then she will leave and not bring around more humans. But Natalie is his mate. Once he knows this, he is not going to make her leave. He needs her and he will do anything to have her.
This is sadly the last book in this series. But I hope these two authors write more together even if it is a different series. I felt I was able to connect with the characters and the story was a great read. Very emotional story that will have several triggers for some. But all and all it was a great story.
If you've read the other books in this series, you've probably wondered if we were ever going to see the mysterious owner of the neighboring property, Natalie. The neighbor's property has been mentioned in every book and in one book, we even had a DEA agent posing as Natalie. But finally we have the real Natalie being featured in a story. In fact, she even introduces herself as the "real Natalie" to other pack members. This is the final entry in the Wolf Ranch series and it is a great wrap-up to the series. It has all the romance and steamy scenes that we've come to expect from Renee Rose and Vanessa Vale along with a touch of humor. Humorous in that Natalie tries to challenge the idea of a fated mate as she wants to know that Rand loves her not just that his wolf likes her scent so therefore they should be together. Can Rand push aside his wolf nature enough to show Natalie it is love when she's never seen actual love?
This was my first time to Wolf Ranch. I enjoyed the support they all gave each other. It was fun as Rand tried to understand Natalie and her point of view, all the things that he did, right and wrong. Natalie was such a determined woman though she did have her issues, as well as loyal to those that mattered to her. Altogether, this was a book worth reading, and I will see about reading the others.
I received a copy of this story through Elle Wood Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.
This time, we get to meet the real Natalie who has come to take over her uncle's ranch. She's finally done with school and she's ready to take on her real life, which is a ranch in Montana with a house that's falling down around her ears and no money to fix it.
I really like how determined she is. She's had to fight for a lot of stuff, and she's really done that, and done that well. I think that she's also really practical, at least practical within her current set of knowledge, which may or may not be the most current set of information.
I like Rand too. He is really bossy, dominating, and pushy, so in other words, just like every single guy in this world, which ain't necessarily a bad thing. He's a good guy, and he loves Natalie, and he loves his pack.