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The Covert Wolf (Harlequin Nocturne Series #141)

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  • Posted September 18, 2012

    4 STARS I loved the twist in the end of the book. I laughed in

    4 STARS

    I loved the twist in the end of the book. I laughed in a few places and blushed in other places. Yes thier are a lot of love scenes that I skipped over. I really like the plot of the story too.
    Matthew Parker is a Navy Seal but just not any regular seal he belongs to a group that are not normal humans. He turns into a wolf and as magic. He just lot a member of his team on his last mission. Mathew blames the fae who sold them out to demons.
    Sienna McClare is have wolf and half fae. When she was 21 she was made to leave the fae lands. She lives in a small cabin outside of the Fae protected land. Her Aunt asked her to track down the orb of light and if she found it and brought it back to be protected she will be welcomed back.
    Sienna has just a few memories of her childhood but she remembers her father a wolf killing her mother so she hates and mistrusts wolves.
    Matthew has been ordered to work with Sienna to find and bring back the Orb. It is too powerful to fall into Demon hands. Sienna will be able to read the fae words that might be needed.
    They track down a lead to a store where the owner is Fae and he is the one who used the power and told the demons about Matt and his team. He sells a purse for Sienna as a gift from him. Then he recongizes Matthew and tells him the orb is protected from the demons. They go back after midnight and find the shop on fire and Tim dead inside.
    They know that he did not tell the demons anything.
    The demons keep setting traps and know a lot about Matt. They want to kill the group he is part of so they can get more powerful.
    Thier is a lot of action and twists & turns in this story
    I was given this ebook to read for free in exchange of honest review from netgalley.
    07/24/2012 PUB Harlequin Imprint HarlequinNocturne 288 pages.

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