Heidi's a lover, not a fighter, but that doesn’t mean she can’t take care of herself.
Heidi likes her new life as a Healer in the Gray Wolf Pack. She likes Ryan Calder too. But liking doesn’t mean she wants to be his mate. She's just finding her personal freedom—just finally doing the kind of work she's meant to do. Why does Ryan have to keep pressuring her?
She badly wants a break from him, but being kidnapped isn’t what she had in mind. Help is coming for her. Her Alpha and her Beta will not stop until she's found. Unfortunately, they might be too late to save her from being dissected. Scientist Diane Crane is determined to learn her genetic secrets and make more nano wolves.
Her pack sees her as a liability when it comes to fighting. Does she have what it takes to save herself? Heidi’s about to find out.
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I did not know Donna McDonald had shifter books or I would have attacked them when the first one came out. I loved this! I would recommend reading book 1 first. This book continued on with the story from previous books so I did have questions about a few details but that can be quickly solved by reading book 1 & 2. I still very much enjoyed this despite not understanding a couple things. I'm glad to be finding shifter books lately that are unique to their own genre. This didn't feel like all the other shifter/werewolf books out there. And best of all, we have possessive mates in this series! Arc provided by NetGalley.
Best in series
Enjoyed it start to finish. Hope she continues with children of nano wolves, especially Brandi's.
I am a huge fan of Donna McDonald and have loved this series from the beginning. I absolutely adore Heidi and Ryan. I love how Donna has been able to a different spin on the werewolf genre! My only suggestion is to start with book one, Ariel, to understand completely how the girls came to be werewolves with their unique abilities!