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9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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Completely addictive.

I am a huge Granite Lake Wolves fan, and the newest addition, Wolf Tracks, absolutely satisfied. These short novellas are perfect when you have a little peace and quiet and just want to escape into a fantasy full of hot men, strong women and a c...
Completely addictive.

I am a huge Granite Lake Wolves fan, and the newest addition, Wolf Tracks, absolutely satisfied. These short novellas are perfect when you have a little peace and quiet and just want to escape into a fantasy full of hot men, strong women and a community where loyalty and love abounds. Full of humor, steamy hot monkey (or should I say wolfy?) sex, and plenty of tension, my time always slips away as I rejoin my pack for a few hours.

TJ, the Alpha's little brother, has always been the clumsy goof who everyone loves and counts on. With a heart as big as Canada, TJ longs to find the woman he was meant to share his love with forever.

Pam came to Granite Lake to celebrate her best friend's wedding, clueless that all those in attendance were wolf shifters. When the best man, TJ, bumps into her, she begins to tingle and the beginning of a connection is born. Of course TJ recognizes exactly what is happening, he's found his mate. What would normally be a simple, straightforward situation becomes complicated by the fact that Pam is human. Will she accept him?

TJ has always been the endearing one in the stories, so it is delightful to see him come into his own. Not only does he prove to be a competent protector, his keen intellect serves him well as he strategizes to prove to Pam that they belong together. It was nice to see Pam point out all his strengths when he is used to being the butt of many jokes.

There were so many endearing ways the two clicked, but I think my favorite was their easy humor and snarkiness with each other. And when that boy started singing for her.. *swoon*. It was such a delight to see big bad cop Pam fall hard for sweet TJ. But then who could resist a charming man with a perfect backside for long?

Although this is book four in the series, it will stand alone with ease. When you've read the previous books, it is fun to see what each of the couples are up to, but there isn't necessary background information you will miss. If you have a few hours to slip away, grab a cup of tea and head off to Granite Lake to hang with my pack. Enjoy!

posted by _Michelle_ on February 12, 2011

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I was excited for TJ's book, being the Alpha's little brother we

I was excited for TJ's book, being the Alpha's little brother we've seen a lot of him throughout the series.
Clumsy yet lovable, I was anticipating this HEA for him. TJ shows exceptional growth in Wolf Tracks, finally growing into his paws so to speak and it has a grea...
I was excited for TJ's book, being the Alpha's little brother we've seen a lot of him throughout the series.
Clumsy yet lovable, I was anticipating this HEA for him. TJ shows exceptional growth in Wolf Tracks, finally growing into his paws so to speak and it has a great deal to do with finding his mate who happens to be human and a few years older than him. And while I enjoyed his story, I unfortunately didn't connect with the heroine, Pam, as well as I have the other heroines in the Granite Lake Wolves series. I liked that after some convincing, she accepted the presence of werewolves in the world wonderfully and didn't take any crap from TJ (you know those domineering and possessive wolfish tendencies) while still standing up for him to everyone else, but Pam was a little too brusque for my tastes. I just couldn't get into her character.
The story itself was good though and moved at a great pace, a fast read. I'm really looking for to the next book which is Jared’s in Wolf Line.

posted by RBtWBC on June 13, 2012

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