The fight for dominance begins.
The period of mourning for the great alphas, Vasile and Alina, is over. But some refuse to move on. The high fae, Perizada, vows never to experience the loss of her friends--her family--again. She knows the only way to do this is to take on the Order of the Burning Claw herself. But her mate would never allow it. So, she does the only thing she can, severing all ties with her allies. Peri’s decision could destroy her enemies, the Order, but it could also destroy everything she holds dear.
The end of mourning also marks the beginning of challenges to the new alpha of alphas, Fane Lupei. Rogue wolves who desire to rule in his stead attempt to stake their claims. Though Fane abides by pack law when facing his opponents, others aren’t so honorable. Fane soon realizes the threats he faces aren’t just against him, but against his entire pack.
Skender and the fae, Tenia, fight against the mate bond drawing them closer. They both know they cannot be together, but the bond is more powerful than either expected. Meanwhile, Skender has promised to keep Tenia’s son, Torion, safe--a promise he’s willing to die to keep. Skender soon finds out that there’s more to the boy than meets the eye, and Skender’s ability to keep the boy safe could be the key to saving them all.
Holy frozen wolf balls!
Incredibly fast paced read with UNIMAGINABLE and multiple gasp inducing plot twists! Even as our favorite characters grow and evolve, so too do the secrets and subterfuge. The Wolves Descend is a seamless and praiseworthy merging of Quinn Loftis’ Grey Wolves and Gypsy Healers series that will leave fans begging for the next installment for years to come.
You need Tissues🥺
Be prepared to cry! Literally 🥲🥲🥲 and the ending will want you having Quinn to hurry up with the next book!!! Perhaps books because there’s no way one book will end this amazing series.
Continues to make me cry, and I still want more!
I have read and loved every GWS and GHS book from Quinn Loftis, including the Novellas. She never fails to surprise me, make me cry and after my emotions are all over the place, I still want more. I find myself saying “I can’t believe he/she did that!” almost every book, this one is no different. I have had the pleasure of being chosen as an ARC reader for this and the previous book (A Grey Wolves Howliday) and each time a new book is almost ready, I reread all the previous books again! This entire series is something you can read over and over and still want to re-read them again!