Thursday, February 2, 2017

Lone Wolf by Erin M. Leaf

Title: Lone Wolf
Series: Bad Oak Boys, 4
Author: Erin M. Leaf
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 150
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb


Shane River is the last of the Bad Oak boys to feel the pull of his animal trying to get out. Problem is, once he shifts, the wolf wants nothing more than to run far away… alone. He’s an Alpha Lone Wolf, and that means he doesn’t need a pack.

Tim Cooper thought his father was human. He wasn’t. He thought his werewolf mother could survive anything. She didn’t. He thought he’d never be able to shift, but he thought wrong, and the truth is more disturbing than anything he could’ve imagined.

When Shane finds Tim’s mother dying in the desert, he vows to track down the vicious wolf-coyote hybrids responsible for the attack. He doesn’t expect her son Tim: a hybrid who has no idea what he is. He doesn’t expect Tim’s animal to call to his wolf. And he certainly doesn’t expect to mate with a creature ravaged by grief, but when instinct howls, the wolf must obey.


I love this series by Erin M. Leaf!! Lone Wolf is the fourth book in the Bad Oak Boys series. Should be read in order. There are characters we know and love in play in this book. I love how the stories all build on each other.
Shane has a mission. The North American pack leader has sent him on the mission to find out who attacked his brother. They know it is a shifter just not which one. Family and pack are all that matter to Shane. He is an alpha at heart. He loves being in the band with his brothers. But at times he has to go away find some peace out side of the band and his brothers.
Tim has always wished his shifter genes would take effect. They seem to be stalled making him human rather than shifter. He can sense danger though. Being part wolf part human he might never shift. Been a nomad most of his life with his mom. When his mom is in danger he will do whatever it takes to rescue her.
Over all this is a great addition to the series. It has action, intrigue, and lots of passionate love. I particularly like how Ms. Leaf brings a great connection to the characters. That is what brings me back to read more. I like the feeling of being invested in them. Over all a great series and really a must read. 

                                     Five Shooting Stars 


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