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Shadow Wolf based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Heather Long does it again with another 5 star read in her Wolves of Willow Bend series. Shadow Wolf is the beginning of a new story arc in this series and boy...I could not put this one down! From well-developed characters to an awesome plot that reveals enough to get you through Mitch and Amelia's story but leaves enough in question to have you anticipating the next book, Heather Long has a way of just drawing you into the world she has created. And now adding some additional dimensions into the world of the Enforcers has only made me more excited to see where this series leads...and has me hoping that it is many, many, many more books before it ends! This is one of my favorite series and I can't recommend this book and series enough. Although you could read this as a stand-alone, I would recommend starting at the beginning so you can meet all the wonderful characters in the world that Heather Long has created.
Be ready for a wild ride! Mitch Jackson and Amelia Sullivan have an amazing story that starts out as (call it a retrieve!) Mitch bringing Amelia back to Willow Bend but turns into SO much more. Amelia is abducted and things get scary, nasty and crazy so fast that you’ll just keep reading to find out what happens next. I loved Mitch, really liked that Amelia stayed true to her snarky, self-assured self, even when she was savagely beaten down by her abductors. No spoilers from me but this book has lots of action, a new look at Enforcers, and a romance to boot! I highly recommend.
This is a great addition to this addictive paranormal shifter series! After escaping her family and the shifters of Willow Bend, Amelia Sullivan is attending cooking school, thinking she's left shifters well behind her. Unfortunately, she is out jogging when she is kidnapped by weird people, who appear to not speak English (or even American!!) imprisoned and subjected to physically abusive treatment that some others have obviously not survived. She remains a feisty and determined young lady, though weakening after her poor treatment. That's when Mitch Jackson turns up to rescue her. The two had never met before. She's unsure whether she can trust him or if he's working with her kidnappers. However, she's also ill, feeling as if she has flu - and he's definitely a better option than staying where she'd been imprisoned - but the Russians don't want to let her go! This is another action packed adventure in this continuing saga. At last readers are starting to understand the motivations of the Russians and I certainly think it helps to have read the earlier novels before this one though I suspect it could still be enjoyed as a standalone. The characters are well developed and the relationship between the two main characters isn't instant lust, instead it grows as they become more familiar and supportive of each other. Amelia's life is in danger because of how she was treated. She remains stubborn and determined whilst Mitch proves to be strong and supportive despite her attitude. I found this to be a great page-turner, taking me back into this paranormal world. I can't wait to read more in this series to discover just what the Russians are doing and to see more about how relationships started in this and other stories in the series are developing. I received an ARC of this novel without obligation. This is my honest review.
Words fail me. I cannot express how much I LOVE THIS BOOK!!! Okay the cover isn’t the best one of the series but the pages after left me breathless. Shadow Wolf is the start of a new arc and the author refers to events and places that take place in prior books that you really should read, that being said you could probably enjoy it without having read them just not as much. Neither Amelia nor Mitch are perfect but they are perfect for each other. Amelia is a strong young woman who comes off as a bit whiney at first. Mitch comes off as a bit condescending and work focused but as he helps her through her first change and Amelia discovers just how strong she is they discover each other as well. Their journey is one I will reread over and over again.