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The Last Lone Wolf

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Shadowpelt's pain part one of three.

As she stared in a river, memorys flashed before her eyes. When she and fuzzfur first met, playing together, becomeing warriors at the same time, their first battle, fighting side by side, falling in love, becomeing mates and parents, haveing kits, watching their kits f...
As she stared in a river, memorys flashed before her eyes. When she and fuzzfur first met, playing together, becomeing warriors at the same time, their first battle, fighting side by side, falling in love, becomeing mates and parents, haveing kits, watching their kits fall in love and leave, growing up together. But now, fuzzfur and fireclan are gone. She closed her eyes as tears streamed from her eyes. The water rippled. Then she saw fuzzfur looking at her. Strong and handsome. "Fuzzfur?", she whisperd. The dark gray warrior just flicked his tail to the sky. She tilted her head. Then understood. Starclan r watching him for her. She sighed. They tom dissaperd and returned to silverpelt. She laid by the river and started to cry to herself softly. Her tail on her muzzle. We will be together when my time comes. I know u will welcome me when i join starclan. But not now. She sighed and fell asleep. Feeling fuzzfur beside her, sleeping. I love you, he whisperd. Then vanished so only his scent remained around shadowpelt's nose and pelt.

posted by 10083185 on July 20, 2013

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

"He had enough $$ and power to get anything....but love. Until now?"

The Kings of California has been an incredible series and The Last Lone Wolf is Jericho King's story. To say the least, this cowboy is one sexy loner who is a retired ex-Marine. He's come back to his beautiful mountain lodge and has started a camp for corporate executiv...
The Kings of California has been an incredible series and The Last Lone Wolf is Jericho King's story. To say the least, this cowboy is one sexy loner who is a retired ex-Marine. He's come back to his beautiful mountain lodge and has started a camp for corporate executives, teaching them survival and team skills. An now when he least expects it, a beautiful woman arrives unannounced to take him up on a job offer he made a year ago. The determined and sassy Daisy Saxon is the sister of a solider he watched die, a young man he loved like a brother. The same man he made a promise to that he would look out for his sister, the sister who raised him.

Daisy was actually still grieving for the brother she lost but now she is also determined to take the job as cook at the King Lodge because Jericho King offered her help a year ago. It's taken her some time to get through her grief and she's realizes now that her brother and parents are gone, she sincerely wants a family. She feels since the Marines took her brother and he loved and respected Jericho, what better man to assist her with this task and getting her pregnant but what she doesn't count on is how much she would come to love the country, the lodge the man who was so determined not to get involved nor give away his heart.

Daisy sneaks under Jericho's radar with her vibrant and her sunny personality, her beauty and her determination to help him out at his camp. As much as he tried to resist her, she wormed her way in and finally they began a relationship even though Jericho knew it could never go anywhere. He was not like his brothers who now were married with kids, he had no place in his heart for a woman and vowed to never marry.

As the old saying goes, "never say never" and for both Daisy and Jericho everything backfired. Even going away for days into the mountains, he couldn't get her out of his mind or system. His men loved her, the executives who came to his camp loved her and in the end, he knew he was in trouble. Would the secrets they were holding back ruin a future for them? As only Maureen Child can pen, this romance was explosive, sensual and a genuine and entertaining addition to The King's of California.

posted by RomanceAuthorBuzz on June 21, 2010

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