A murderer strikes Los Lobos…
Heartbreak and hardship have returned to the Taos pack. Even though survival is a rote course for Dani, a woman can only handle so much. Her brother’s mate has been murdered and he’s missing. The pack Alpha was left for dead at the scene. Oh, and her ex-lover has been tasked with finding her brother.
Thane returned to make things right with the healing pack and the female he left behind. Leaving had been the only option that kept Dani safe. Now he’s back and not about to let her or the pack down again. Despite the tense situation, his wolf refuses to ignore the woman determined to “help” find her estranged brother. One way or another, she’d be his.
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I love the Black Hills Wolves and have been following as Drew Tao takes his place as Alpha and begins to built a real pack. One of strength, honor and family.
As much as I hate to admit it, something like this had to happen sooner or later. Murder is hard on a pack but when Drew is also shot and in a coma, Ryker steps up as an enforcer should. Wielding his dominance and grabbing the best of the Dominant wolves to aid in the investigation. First, track down the wolf mate of the dead human.
Dani knows her brother couldn’t have killed Sonya he loved her more than life, she was his world. She can’t let the enforcer hurt her brother, he must be mad with grief. To top it off the enforcer not only enlisted her ex-lover Thane to help, but ordered her home.
We all know how well that went over with a determined female, let alone a female wolf.
Thane knows Dani is his mate, but he left to get away from Magnum and the things he had to do for that Alpha. He has some explaining to do, but first he has to find Charlie and bring him back to Ryker for questioning.
As if murder wasn’t enough, there are intruders as well on the edges of pack land. Wolf trespassers and humans.
Distraction is the last thing Thane needs but he seems to get it in spades. Dani can be quite the innocent nuisance. Lots of pent up anger and lust wrapped up in danger and sorrow.
I laughed and cried and bit my fingernails…I LOVE THESE WOLVES!
Now don’t get upset, this is a cliff hanger, but not too bad of one. There are three more books in this mini-series within the series.
5 Contented Purrs for Cara!