Mikhail Matheson may be an outsider in Salvation, but he stays with the pack to be close to his sister. It has nothing to with the fact that Elise—the most fascinating woman he’s ever laid eyes on—is part of the pack. Mikhail has wanted Elise for years, but being with her could cost him his life. Soon he’ll have to decide if he’s going to leave the pack or risk it all to pursue a place at her side.
After escaping her abusive mate, Elise LaForge has made a home in Salvation with her sons. She never expected to have her emotions stirred up by the always serious and seriously handsome Mikhail. But can she finally put her past behind her and dare to move on?
When danger creeps into the pack, both she and Mikhail have to be willing to sacrifice everything to have a chance at love.
Each book in the Salvation Pack series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed in any order.
Book #1 Wolf at the Door
Book #2 Wolf in her Bed
Book #3 Wolf on the Run
Book #4 Wolf from the Past
Book #5 Wolf on the Hunt
Book #6 Wolf on a Mission
Book #7 Wolf in his Heart
Book #8 Wolf in her Soul
Book #9 Wolf of her Own
I read #8 “Wolf In Her Soul” and absolutely devoured it, wanted more. Then I found there were 8 more books in this series. I have thoroughly enjoyed Everyone of these books. I read during stressful days, the Salvation Series relaxed me, as if I had not a care in the world! I read at bedtime and was lulled into a beautiful sleep! I read during my breaks at work and it felt like I was on a vacation from all things complicated in my life at present My only complaint, I’ve read them all. Please don’t stop at 9, More, I would love to read more in this series. N. J. Walters, please add at least one more to the Salvation Series! Thank you so kindly for creating this wonderful series!!!! ~Rosita~
Review: Wolf of Her Own
Let me start with the author's disclosure of 'each book in the Salvation Pack series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed in any order'. Yeah, I vote no on that one. Each book builds on each other and while you MAY read them out of order, you really should start from the beginning. Especially before getting to this book, because without prior knowledge, you won't know what Elise went through. Heck, what any of the characters went through but mainly Elise.
Happy endings. Don't you just love them? That's exactly what Wolf of Her Own is giving me. A nice happy ending. For the series, for the characters and especially for Elise. Her previous mate, the abuse her and others suffered through, that's all over and now it's time for Elise to be happy. And her happy is being near her family, being able to make her own decisions, and learning to not live in fear. Even though he's not a member, Mikhail stays with the Salvation pack to be close with his sister. Keep telling yourself that Mikhail, we all know the truth. You got your eye on Elise. You know the now single mother of the pack leader. Is he going to live dangerously and risk being with her or leave the pack? Decisions, decisions.
Actually, there's no decision there to be made. Elise and Mikhail are perfect for each other. There's a nice build-up between them as they work on their issues. Mostly hers as she has fears and apprehensions to overcome. He's oh so sweet in his patience taking his time with her. *Sighs* That's not to say things don't get interesting between them *Wiggles eyebrows*
Is there going to be more to the series, I'm not sure. There was a nice finality to Wolf of Her Own that makes me think that there won't be. All the bows feel tied, everybody is mated, and the sun is setting with on a high note. For me, I am done with the series if, for nothing else, I am enjoying the peace and emotional high this book has offered. Kudos Ms. Walters!
I received this book from the JeepDiva for the express purposes of an honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine and in no way was I compensated.
Stars – 3.5, Flames - 3