He’d already had his great love and lost it. So when a twist of fate throws him into a situation with a women who is glowing with the soul call, Saul doesn’t know what to believe. Especially when said woman is being held captive by the very same tribe that murdered his first mate—the Ka’lagh.
All bets are off and all Saul’s claws come out.
The tribe is under attack. Their secrets. Their lives.
Not only do they have to deal with a cruel tyrant leading a band of marauding lions across Denali, they have an entire clan of dragons following behind the lions, threatening chaos and destruction in their wake.
The Ka’lagh are stealing females.
But the only female Saul is interested in is already mated. And she’s a queen and would never have anything to do with him.
Then there’s the problem of her damaged memory and the fact that she can’t remember the last three hundred and sixty-five days of her life on earth. She thinks she’s still on Reylea. Still the queen of La’Tar.
All’s Fair In Lion and War is the seventh book in the Soulmate Shifters in Mystery, Alaska series. It’s a full-length, action-packed standalone fantasy paranormal lion-shifter romance story featuring a queen who never gives up and a slightly gruff and stoic alpha male lion from another world with a compulsion to protect and pleasure his second chance at happiness. Happily-ever-after and more guaranteed!
Worth the wait!
Saul’s story is here and it was worth the wait! A second chance at love, Saul wasn’t expecting Lorelei or what her presence means. Their story is jammed pack with action, danger and a love worth fighting for. I loved the fast paced storyline and the wonderful characters in this newest addition to the series that doesn’t disappoint.
What’s with all the mistakes?
I love the books in the Mystery AK series, however this one is quite different. Characters were mixed up creating confusion. Charlie was mentioned as being Catherine‘s non-biological father, when in fact that is Harrison, which in this book has been changed to Harris. “Charlie” Jenkins is Tara‘s father. Tor and Penny are mentioned as living above the bar, when it’s Tor and Dawn. In a few of the books, it’s mentioned that Naomi was attacked by wolves...plural. In this book it was mentioned that she was actually captured by them. When exactly did this happen?! She was attacked by one wolf in book 1, unless I’m missing something.
Would’ve loved this book had there been more details such as...
Henrietta’s confrontation with her daughter & the tribe was left kinda unresolved.
What happened to all of the females that were rescued?
More time with Saul and Lorelei that didn’t involve mental pain and torture.
It was hard to see them in a relationship when they didn’t spend quality time together. Perhaps a longer ending after the rescue would have been more beneficial.
Overall I still love the series and intend to pick up any additional books pertaining to these characters.