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Author: Alisa Woods
Publisher: Sworn Secrets Publishing
Print Length: 159 pages
Release Date: December 3rd, 2015
This continues on from the thrilling River Pack Wolves paranormal saga as the Wilding Pack Wolves saga after the search for Agent Smith put an end to his abuse and experimentation on shifters only for someone else to “out” all the River and Wilding Pack shifters, encouraging humans to hunt them all down and kill them….
This story focusses on Owen Harding, one of the victims of Agent Smith, who had been abused medically and physically by the experimentation for more than a year before being rescued and joining the River Pack wolves. He’s scared to shift, worried about what effect the genetic mutation he was subjected to will have on him and if he will be able to control himself and shift back again. Meanwhile he’s working as a body guard, part of the security detail protecting Nova Wilding, who has taken over her father’s computer gaming company after his assassination. The only problem is, she’s feisty, female and oh so attractive to him, but he’s working, determined not to risk mating and she’s in constant danger from the anti-shifter fanatics…. When it turns out she’s also highly attracted to him but recognises that she needs to mate with someone from her own pack things are going to get interesting for them both.
With assassination attempts, kidnapping, a manipulative beta determined to make Nova his mate and Owen and Nova fighting their mutual attraction some of the time, kidnapping, explosives and live streaming, this is a great, fast paced paranormal thriller and one I have no hesitation in highly recommending. It is one of those rare books where I started it late at night and really wanted to finish it before going to sleep because I was worried about what was going to happen next. A riveting read and I really look forward to reading future episodes in this paranormal thriller/romance series!
Thanks to the author for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.
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