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Black River Pack Series Box Set

Black River Pack Series Box Set

3.8 19
by Rochelle Paige
The Black River Pack Series Box Set

Meet the Tate brothers... and the mates fate has in store for them.

Crying Wolf
Grace Shaw is on the run from her crazy ex-boyfriend who refuses to believe their relationship is over. He's a cop and is willing to use police resources to track her down. So Grace comes up with a plan and tricks his fellow


The Black River Pack Series Box Set

Meet the Tate brothers... and the mates fate has in store for them.

Crying Wolf
Grace Shaw is on the run from her crazy ex-boyfriend who refuses to believe their relationship is over. He's a cop and is willing to use police resources to track her down. So Grace comes up with a plan and tricks his fellow brothers in blue into thinking he is crying wolf a couple of times when he's reported her missing. Little does she know she'll go running into the arms of a real wolf when she finally makes her escape for real.

She just wants to be left alone, but then she meets Hunter Tate - the alpha of the Black River Pack. Grace tries to hold Hunter at arm's length, but there's just no reasoning with an alpha male werewolf who insists she's his mate.

Shoot for the Moon
Eliza Reve knows that her ability to dream of future events sets her apart from others. Her gift became a curse when she wasn't able to save her mother or the alpha's son and she found herself exiled - a lone wolf. When she joins the Black River Pack, Eliza vows never to reveal her talent to anyone. Not even the man who has walked in her dreams for years.

Spencer Tate is her mate, but her visions have told her that he will renounce her. When he doesn't recognize her as his mate, she agrees to the no-strings-attached affair he offers because she thinks it's the most she can hope for. Although her heart breaks as she falls deeper in love with him, she wants to spend as many days with Spencer as possible before he kicks her out of his life.

When Spencer finally comes to his senses, he has his work cut out for him to convince Eliza that he wants her forever. When another she-wolf insists she's his mate instead, things get even more complicated. But Spencer isn't the alpha's second and enforcer because he isn't willing to fight for what's his, and he refuses to settle for anything less than Eliza as his marked and claimed mate.

Thrown to the Wolves
Annora Channing's entire world changes the moment she discovers she's a bear shifter. With mated wolves for parents, she should have been a wolf also. When the man she grew up thinking was her father realizes she isn't his daughter, he devises a plan to use her existence to his advantage in a way that will get her out from under his roof.

When her situation goes from bad to worse, Annora escapes but is badly injured in the process. Luckily, Elias Reve comes to her rescue while on his way to Wolf's Point and the daughter he lost years ago. With nowhere else to go and nobody to turn to, Annora joins him on his journey and ends up running smack-dab into the arms of her mate.

Parker Tate knows Annora is his the moment he lays eyes on her. When he manages to mate and mark her within hours of when they meet, he considers himself lucky. Then the trouble nipping at Annora's heels finds her and Parker realizes the path to claiming his mate won't be as easy as he thought - especially not with the bears involved.

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Black River Pack Series Box Set 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Good characters and plots to these stories. Just leaving all the little details behind.
Anonymous 2 days ago
This is triple hit! This is a new world for me... shifters! The sex is thoroughly detailed out, with words that aren't nice, which is a contrast ploy used by the author. Each story was complete in their telling. The last story was the most enticing because of the mating between species... wolf and bear. My husband appreciated the days I read the stories of Grace, Eliza, and Annora. I found their stories to be poignant and sweet. The author used ger words efficiently and told all tgree stories well.
Anonymous 4 days ago
Short read for me ,but loved the characters. A book you won't want to put down that's for sure! Be warned it is set you loose track of time with.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Each story is about 60-70 pgs. Short but good and steamy!
Anonymous 2 days ago
Really good book enjoyed it to the end
Anonymous 3 days ago
Fairly enjoyable read. The stories were definitely good enough to keep me reading, but I found the writing style a little off-putting. It was a bit like reading my kids writing when they were in school. Don't get me wrong, it is better writing than theirs, but not by leaps and bounds. It did get more readable as it went along.
Anonymous 12 days ago
loved the characters, the way each story was spun and the fact that this was a free read, so thank you! However! I'm an avid reader and always enjoy a good shifter book. I make my decision as to whether or not I plan on adding a new writer to my "Favorite Author's List," by how they described sexual encounters. I felt this tettered on the trashy, porn side of things! It takes away from how well a tale is spun, I speak for myself and others may not find this as offensive. Again, personal opinion!
Anonymous 18 days ago
Loved the characters and plots
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Anonymous 24 days ago
A good read.
Anonymous 4 months ago
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Anonymous 4 months ago
I enjoyed these three stories, good reads.
Anonymous 5 months ago
This is a good book for a quick read
Protozoan More than 1 year ago
Crying Wolf: It was ok, needs a lot of work. The plot itself was worth two stars. I liked the story of the two lovers together but the writing needs a lot of improvement. There was a lot of second person telling in the beginning of the story, actually that's all there was and it was dragging. There could have been a lot better with more character development and learning about characters through other methods of writing instead of just having the character tell her story. The pace of the story was up and down. There wasn't any balance in getting to know the characters and informing readers of their backgrounds. The information would just come out all in one page and that was it. The "love" scenes were not good. I just skipped those pages (in all the books) because they were not appealing whatsoever. I found myself cringing at the descriptions. Shoot for the Moon: Meh. The first one was better than this story. I liked the ending of the story. It actually made me want to read the next book. It was left with a little cliff hanger so I will be picking up the next book in the series. I didn't enjoy this story because I didn't like Eliza and Spencer's relationship. I thought it was hard to believe Spencer was that blinded. I think Eliza and SPencer's story would have been better if there would have been a better situation/circumstance. Their introduction to the series wasn't compelling. I personally didn't think Spencer deserved Eliza after everything that happened between them. Their relationship was really up and down which would be normal for any human relationship but in this paranormal world that Paige created, it's suppose to be instantaneous and it wasn't. Getting to know the two of them in this story felt dragging since I didn't care for their dynamic. There was some repetitiveness in this book that was already stated in the first book. I think those parts could have been omitted and there could have been more elaboration on the characters themselves. The writing needs improvement. There is still lots of telling and not enough describing of mannerisms, thoughts and settings. Thrown to the Wolves: 2.5 stars. This story was the better one out of the three. Annora was very likable and Spencer was a good match for her. I thought their relationship was well matched. It was nice to see that Spencer understood Annora and was there for her under any circumstance. Out of all the relationships in the series, this was the most likable for me. The writing still needs improvement. There were parts in the book that had too much information that was being said or thoughts in one paragraph. The pace of the "telling" needs to be spaced out and better paced. The flow of the book is harsh at times because of all the random parts where the reader is being dumped information. Some parts just run on with information which is confusing at first. I had to reread these parts and then finally understand what the author was trying to say.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Short stories with lots of sex
Anonymous 21 days ago