Reed’s time as Alpha of his pack should be over.
Didn’t a six-hundred-year-old wolf deserve to retire? But life doesn’t always work out the way a wolf wants. Some mad scientist used him and his potent werewolf blood to turn three human females. Now he has two packs instead of one, but none among them are stepping up to take his place.
Too many secrets among his children have all but destroyed his original family. Now with the deaths of both his Alpha grandsons haunting the pack, there's no one left in his gene pool to lead. Duty and a healthy fear of the agencies his grandson Travis told about the pack requires that Reed lead them until a new alpha can be found, no matter how much he wishes otherwise.
While Ariel's nanotechnology blood transfusion returned some of his physical youth, science did not change his mental age or negate the weariness he feels in his very bones. The only bright spot is the Russian werewolf his grandson abducted and fortunately failed to keep. Katarina Volkov is so full of fire—so full of herself. The touchy wolf makes him feel things he hasn’t felt in years. Too bad he isn’t free to enjoy her.
Heartwarming and edge of your seat
It is hard to pin down what I liked best about this story. A brooding older(really older) man. A sexy smart mouthed alpha woman, who tries to protect and take care of everyone. Reed’s three Nano Wolf “daughters“. Three special Nano children who are wild cards. Reed and Katarina have an instant attraction, but neither are looking for a mate. Even though this book builds on previous books there is enough backstory that the jest is there and you don’t get lost in the sci-fi of the tale. Katarina’s snarky Russian attitude adds a witty flavor especially to Reed’s “Old-fogey” straight man. There’s action, wolves and bears (oh my!), family drama, and so much heart. I loved this heartwarming edge of your seat read!