Ranae is the youngest of the Buckleys— the only girl among three powerful male siblings. Her restlessness and dominant nature affected her every relationship within Willow Bend, not to mention testing the patience of her Alpha. Apprenticeship to the Hunters fed her desire for a purpose. When her Alpha and eldest brother ask her to undertake a mission to the Yukon territory, she’s thrilled at the opportunity to be useful. Clashing with the Diesel was the last thing she expected on the dangerous assignment.
Diesel, the oldest Alpha in the U.S. packs, lives a gray existence. The loss of his mate so many decades ago wears away at him until he doesn’t give a damn about anything. The problems of the other packs are not his, and he prefers to be left in isolation. The arrival of the Chief Enforcer annoys him, but it is the wolf traveling with him who wakes the predator in Diesel. The scent of mate clings to her, but she rejects his overtures and challenges him on every level.
War may be coming for the Yukon, but Diesel’s battle is very personal…
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Snow Wolf (Wolves of Willow Bend #9) by Heather Long
Heather Long’s Snow Wolf is an amazing addition to the Wolves of Willow Bend Series. Willow Bend Hunter, Ranae Buckley, is sent on a mission by her alpha to Yukon territory to warn their alpha, Diesel, about the attacks by the Russian Pack on the U.S. Packs. Once she arrives, Diesel doesn’t plan on letting her go, needing to convince her that she is his mate. This contemporary PNR is suitable for adult audiences.
I loved Snow Wolf. I read a lot of shapeshifter novels. This one was captivating and thrilling. Heather Long does an incredible job with her descriptions making the story easy to visualize. I love Diesel. Being the oldest U.S. pack Alpha, he has a reputation of being old-fashioned and behind the times. Boy did they have that wrong. He is a crafty alpha that keeps his cards hidden. There is a lot more to Diesel then meets the eye. I like how Diesel got his name; I also, like his reasoning for Ranae’s nickname. I enjoyed Renae’s character. She is a strong alpha female. She is trying to atone for past mistakes. She is loyal and loves her family. She is a good Hunter. I enjoyed the ending; I found what Diesel gave to Mason amusing. I look forward to the next book in the series.
Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.