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Review: Wild Heat by Alisa Woods

Title: Wild Heat Wild Heat

Series: Wilding Pack Wolves #3

Author: Alisa Woods

Publishers: Sworn Secrets Publishing

Date of Publication: February 8th, 2016

Pages: 160

Rating: 5/5

My Review:

This is another great paranormal thriller and romance aimed at adult only audiences. It is the third story from the Wilding Pack wolves and continues their desperate search for the Wolf Hunter before he kills more shifters. Now he’s announced that he’s targeted the Seattle mayor’s favourite artist, Terra Wilding and he’s assigned a police officer to protect her. The officer concerned is Kaden Grant, he’s volunteered for the role but he has secrets of his own that this role could expose, too. Keeping the wild, feisty photographer safe is going to be a challenge as she’s an independent and hates being restricted but, with her life at stake and love in the air, maybe things will just have to change!

This is definitely a series where it pays to have read the earlier books first although I suspect readers could still enjoy this one without having done so. It builds on the River Pack Wolves series and many characters are common to all the novels, so it is great to catch up on what is happening with the favourites who starred in other books and to look out for what the secondary characters are doing, too. The characters are all well developed, after reading all the books to date they are like friends I’m catching up on. Their attitudes, reactions are consistent through the novels and the plot is filled with plenty of danger, hot action and thrilling suspense, too. This, like the others, is an enthralling read which I thoroughly enjoyed immersing in and highly recommend to any adult who enjoys hot, action packed, steamy paranormal thrillers with superb characters and an intriguing plot. The reason behind the Wolf Hunter’s determination to attack shifters is revealed in this book – and what a surprise that is, WOW!! I can’t wait for the next episode in this highly entertaining set of books to be released!

Thanks to the author for gifting me an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.


Kaden Grant is well aware that the Seattle Police Department is no friend of shifters. But when the mayor’s favorite artist is targeted by the local hate-fanatic, he orders protective custody for her… and Kaden is desperate to land the assignment. Because any other cop would just get the girl killed. If only her wild streak didn’t threaten to bring out his long-buried secret…

Terra Wilding’s family is being torn apart, and now the Wolf Hunter is targeting her because her of photographs bringing out the light in the dark corners of Seattle. The only way to keep her baby sister Cassie and the other wolves safe is to leave her mountain refuge and hole up in a small house that feels more like a cage. If only the human cop who’s guarding her wasn’t so hot…

When Terra slips away to meet up with a secretive art collector, Kaden’s protective side goes into overdrive. He’s an alpha’s alpha, and he lights a wild heat in her that threatens to burn them both down. Kaden wants to protect and serve, but can he tame the wildest Wilding before the Wolf Hunter catches up to them both?

WILD HEAT is a complete novel with HEA, the third in the Wilding Pack Wolves series. All stories are standalone, but for maximum reader enjoyment, start with the River Pack Wolves trilogy. Contains scorching hot shifters, alpha heroes, and sexy artists. Only readers over 18 should dive into the dangerously hot world of the Wilding Pack Wolves.

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          

It is also available as part of the trilogy, enabling readers to obtain all three books in this series and possible sites from which to purchase this include:

Amazon (UK)     Amazon (US)

I have reviewed quite a few of this author’s books and you can find them all by visiting this page.

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