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  • Posted November 30, 2012

    Angel's Wolf Angel Kane is the long lost sister to the Westerve

    Angel's Wolf

    Angel Kane is the long lost sister to the Westervelt Pack. She was sent to the New Orleans pack for safe keeping. That didn't go well , so she is on the run from two of their pack who want to share her as their mate. Her wolf wants to kick their asses! She just wants to get away, to live her life with out all the drama. Little does she know that walking in to truck stop in New Jersey the drama has only just begun! She has a very cool magical abilities one that makes a person feel good all day. The other is Dream Walking. She starts with the waitress, who needs a lift of spirits. Then Wham she smells the most delicious smell and her wolf perks up Mate. She has never known what the mating ritual really is and is about to find out. Oh no! She wants to be on her own. She has a run in with bad witches and wakes up in a small room back in Westervelt Pack territory. Oh Hell No!

    Parker Liberty has not spoken since that horrible day 3+ years ago when he watched his father murder his mother. He raises himself with no guidance from other wolves. He has a good life being a dishwasher at a Truck Stop in New Jersey! He has so many tattoos each representing a part of his life. He refuses everything his wolf says about him being a good guy. He is terrified that he is his fathers son and will murder any mate. Then a smell assaults is nose and his mate is in the Truck Stop. What's a man to do, when she barrels in to the kitchen? Well 1 quick roll will be okay. He is then mated, and yet both agree to go their own ways. Till three witches change all that. He must get her to Westervelt Pack for help or she will die. Once there he must come to terms with his past or there will be no future.
    4 stars
    Patches

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2012

    My fave so far

    Angel & Parker's story is very touching and realistic

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  • Posted February 9, 2014

    Angel Kane wants nothing too do with any pack especially Westerv

    Angel Kane wants nothing too do with any pack especially Westervelt. Angel just wants to be left alone period. Angel is trying to discover what she needs to do from her mother's book of magic. Angel ends up at a truckstop in New Jersey. Parker Liberty has spoken a word since he saw his father kill his mother due to the curse Kendrick Kane used on Westervelt Island. He scents another wolf when he sees Angel being hassled by two  wolves. Parker also wants to be left alone like Angel for different reasons because he's afraid he'll be like his father. Will Parker get his voice back? Will Angel accept her place in The Westervelt Pack? How can Parker help Angel face her fears? Your answers await you in Angel's Wolf.




    I'm thoroughly impressed by Ms.Royce's storytelling abilities. She continually surprises me when I least expect it. Angel's reluctance is very evident through out the whole book. Parker's lack of voice doesn't stop him from being protective towards Angel. Angel's unwillingness to return to Westervelt becomes apparent when dealing with New Orleans Pack Enforcers. Getting clued into how Kendrick Kane actually started the curse was juicy bit of information I'm sure he never thought would be discovered ever. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. 

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