Saturday, September 12, 2015

Infiltrating Her Pack by Dominique Eastwick

Title: Infiltrating Her Pack
Series: Black Hills Wolves, 20
Author: Dominique Eastwick
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Genre: M/F, paranormal
Pages: 86
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb
The mysterious and intimidating lone wolf, Z, has returned to Los Lobos. Descended from a long line of gifted yet secretive shifters known as Infiltrators, his people are the spies of the shifting world, rarely seen and harder to track.

Ripley Greystone has a big problem—her pack is Alpha-less and a local coyote band knows it. The safety of her pack rides on trusting Drew, the new Alpha of the Black Hills Wolves. But, admitting the reason for needing his help isn’t something she’s quite ready to do.

Drew senses there’s more to Ripley’s request to join his pack than what she leads him to believe. There’s only one way to know for sure—send an Infiltrator to spy on Ripley and her pack.

Forced to infiltrate her pack to discover the its hidden secrets and protect it from the coyotes determined to claim the she-wolves for themselves, Z finds more than he expects—all the while fighting the need to claim Ripley as his mate.

Infiltrating Her Pack by Dominique Eastwick is the 20th book in the multi-authored Black Hill Wolves series. I like that even if you do not follow the series you can pick up each book and not be lost. I have read a handful from this series and I really like Ms. Eastwick’s take on the Los Lobos pack. In this book we meet Z. Z yes that is his name or the only name he will answer too I might say.  Z is an infiltrator. He has special abilities that allow him to be a werewolf version of James Bond spying. I am huge Bond fan so I was curious to see how Z would take up such a roll.  He is smart, funny, and very intelligent. All traits that help him. He also loves passionately.  Enter in Ripley. She has had to step up and be the Alpha of her pack. She is not really thrilled about it, but she will do what she has to do. Z is trying to find out if her pack is a threat, what he gets is a love of a lifetime.
I liked the pack dynamics from this story. I also like learning about a new kind of wolf the infiltrators.  As far as how does this book stand up to the rest of the series? I would say it holds its own, and ads passion and love to an already exciting series. I hope to read many more in the future, I love these wolves and the women they love.

                                            Four Twinkling stars

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