A beautiful, young shape-shifter discovers a lost backpacker trespassing in her territory during a blizzard. She has two choices: recruit him into her cult-like tribe, or kill him.
Praise for River's Recruit:
"Wow, what an amazing ride. On the edge of your seat, bite your fingernails amazing...I could not put it down"--Michelle Lynn
"I was pulled into this story and I couldn't shake this book off for a second if I tried...There were twists and turns, revelations and betrayals that left my heart racing."--Lily and Erin
"Charlotte has created a "new adult" series to die for. I was captured by the first chapter and read straight through...The world building is amazing."--Shannon
Other books by award winning author, Charlotte Abel:
Enchantment: Book One of The Channie Series. Winner of the Paranormal Platinum Award. Kindle bestseller (available now)
Taken: Book Two of The Channie Series. Another Kindle bestseller (available now)
Finding Valor: Book Three of The Channie Series (available now)
"Down the Rabbit Hole": A stand-alone companion short story for River's Recruit (available now)
"The Gathering": A Channie/Hunter short story prequel to Enchantment (available now)
Customer ReviewsSee All
Nice young adult read
I usually steer clear of young adult reads preferring my romance a little more, ahem, advanced. However this was pretty solid. Didn't care for all the religious overtones but really enjoyed the pack politics. I also enjoyed Johnathan.
Holy mother of a cliffhanger. I must have book two then three. I absolutely loved reading this. It wasn't quite predictable. Then at the end I was surprised and did not predict it! I like Gabriel as well as Johnathan. It was easy to like the protagonists. Charlotte definitely captivated me in this unique shifter series. I will gladly be joining River in the rest of the series. Charlotte has a very nice writing style that keeps me engaged.
🍃🌸 Great Story 🌸🍃
I really liked the characters & how they've grown throughout the book. Some parts were a bit predictable but I didn't suspect the twist at the end.