Somewhere to review books I'm reading without giving away any spoilers!
Author: Alisa Woods
Publisher: Sworn Secrets Publishing
Release Date: October 3rd, 2015
This continues the thrilling paranormal saga as the River Pack Wolves endeavour to search for Agent Smith and put an end to his abuse and experimentation on shifters….
Each story has centred on one of the three River brothers – this time it is Jace’s story. Jace was in the Army but nightmares from his final days in service mean he now has a lock on his bedroom door to keep him locked in, never risking shifting and determined never to take a mate and put them at risk from his killer wolf.
Piper Wilding still works for the Army but is a civilian travelling the world in her role in counterintelligence. She’s more than happy to do this as it keeps her away from her pack and especially from her father. She is also determined never to take a mate after what happened to her mother.
When Piper finds that her brother is missing, she’s determined to find him, using whatever means she can – including breaking into the River brothers’ safe house! Not a good move! When Jace discovers her, there’s instant attraction and they’ll be battling that as well as working to find Noah in this fast paced, action packed tale. All the characters are well developed, the plot is brilliant with so many twists and turns the reader is never quite sure where they’ll end up going! Jace is a brilliant, very caring man and it seems incredible that his wolf is a killer but you’ll just have to read it to find out what really happened. Piper is feisty, highly intelligent, belligerent, stubborn and determined, especially when it comes to protecting those she loves.
This starts out as a rescue mission, as Piper convinces the River Wolf Pack to help search for Noah but the romance is also superb as secrets and fears need revealing and disposing of if they are ever to have a chance together. A superb addition to the series which I have no hesitation in highly recommending!
Thanks to the author for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.
This book is available from a variety of sources including