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Publisher Description

A fox in wolf's clothing.


He said, "Come on. Move in with the pack. It'll all be perfect."


I said, "No. They're still healing. I'm a fox shifter, the reason they fell apart in the first place. I won't mess this up for you."


Yeah, so...I moved in anyway. And, sure enough, clan bonds started breaking, fights erupted, Gunner's entire role as pack leader was cast into doubt.


Now I'm struggling to posture like a wolf while protecting the stray kitsune who showed up on our doorstep. Gunner's stuck choosing between our relationship and his role as pack leader. And I've only got one thing left to say about the matter:


"I told you so."


This final installment in the Moon Marked trilogy follows Wolf's Bane and Shadow Wolf.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2018
December 23
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
226
Pages
PUBLISHER
Wetknee Books
SELLER
Aimee Easterling
SIZE
462.6
KB

Customer Reviews

Heather d b ,

Absolutely love this series

This is one of my favorite series. I love the story and characters. My favorites being Mai and Gunner. I love following Mai and Kira throughout the series on their adventures and finding family with those they didn’t expect. Aimee Easterling Is an awesome author and one of my favorites. I highly recommend reading this series. (I received this book as an arc and am leaving a voluntary honest review)

fcheavenly ,

Kitsunes

Overall rating : 4.7

Yet again, this amazing author has thrilled me with her powerful kitsunes. An unexpected relative enters our duty bound fox’s life, thus complicating life decisions even more. It goes without saying that these pages flew by. When you read tales of shifters and mates, you expect certain outcomes. This particular author skillfully kept me wondering if an HEA would be achieved at all in this book. On top of that, I was beyond happy that I really could not anticipate what lay ahead with these characters! Yes, there were possibilities jumping around in my brain, but nothing was truly obvious. Loved every page! All my reviews are always voluntarily written.

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