When a pained howl echoes from the dark forest beyond the sanctuary fence, Brandy meets a wolf unlike any to cross her path.
Warrior Reardon McAlator kills anyone's enemies for the right price. Victory comes easy to him and his fierce army… until one day, they meet their match. Faced with the possibility of destroying their legendary winning streak, Reardon takes action. He makes his men more like him and angers the wrong Celtic goddess. Banished from her protection, he wakes up alone in a different place, in a different time, and in a world of pain. He must do something worthy to get home to Ireland, but maybe home isn't where he thought it was.
Wildlife biologist Dr. Brandy Wendon cares for wolves—and her sister's son, Dylan—at Silver Moon Wolf Sanctuary in the woods of Vermont. She loves everything about her work, including secretly researching clinical lycanthropy just for the fun of it. It's what nerds do. Brandy stays busy, but in the lonely hours of the night, she can't deny something is missing. If only she could find that soul mate people are always mentioning. As if one perfect match for her really exists.
When a pained howl echoes from the dark forest beyond the sanctuary fence, Brandy meets a wolf unlike any to cross her path. Why does she grow instantly connected to him? Why does he become so important to her?
She'll only get answers if she accepts a wolf kiss.
The Warrior Wolves Series, paranormal romance
"Full of memorable characters with a solid plot and plenty of passion."
Other Series by Christine DePetrillo
The One Kind Deed Series, contemporary romance
"The town, the people, the love story... a perfect romance."
The Maple Leaf Series, contemporary romance
"Fears, pride, love, passion ~ beautifully woven together with substance and depth."
The Shielded Series, sci-fi romance
"Great world-building, excellent emotional depth, and a great ending..."
Great read if you like wolves
Power lost and Regained
A delightful tale of misused power, punishment and love that transcends the binds of human experiences. Reading the reactions of a rescue wolf pack to their caregiver researcher and son was very interesting as a wolf shifter joined them. A great romantic read!
Meh… (Possible spoilers)
There were good parts and bad. Reardon pisses off a Celtic goddess and she punishes him and sends him to another country and time. Brandy runs a wolf sanctuary. The plot was different and I liked it. I thought the wolves were given too many dog-like characteristics and personalities that just weren’t believable. Also, the goddess’s mood swings were like watching a tennis match. Overall , it was decent. I’m not mad that I read it but I probably won’t read it again, which is disappointing because I liked the plot idea so much. It was unique. Oh, well.