Wolf's Glory (After the Crash, #2)

Wolf's Glory (After the Crash, #2)

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by Maddy Barone
     
 

When goth-girl Glory Peterson's plane crashes she walks to find help. What she finds are people living in teepees like it's the Old West. Wolf's Shadow knows Glory is his mate. Glory is happy to take a roll in the hay with him while she's waiting for transportation back to civilization, but when she finds out she's gone fifty years into a

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When goth-girl Glory Peterson's plane crashes she walks to find help. What she finds are people living in teepees like it's the Old West. Wolf's Shadow knows Glory is his mate. Glory is happy to take a roll in the hay with him while she's waiting for transportation back to civilization, but when she finds out she's gone fifty years into a post-apocalyptic future and Shadow is a bossy werewolf who thinks he owns her, her attitude changes fast. Shadow is used to giving orders that are obeyed. Glory hasn't obeyed an order since kindergarten. When two strong-willed lovers clash, who will win?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152709773
Publisher:
Maddy Barone
Publication date:
12/03/2015
Series:
After the Crash , #2
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
55,144
File size:
376 KB

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Wolf's Glory 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
KnitterTeresa More than 1 year ago
Glory was a kick a$$ heroine! Just the kind I like. Glory is a great character. She is six feet tall, and plus sized and not ashamed of it. But she knows that most guys don't go for a girl who outweighs them.Luckily, Shadow, the Native American hunk who she thinks is into historical re=enactment, is even taller than she is, as buff as her fave wrestling star and adores her curves. It turns out that Shadow is NOT pretending to live in the 1800s. Glory's plane crashed in the future and ther is no electricity or other te4chnology. Glory has no where to go. Shadow is a wolf shifter who thinks she should be happy to be chosen to be his mate. Glory lets him know she'd rather crawl over glass.Watching Glory and Shadowwork out a relationship where they can both be happy is fun. Glory is the type who will cut off her nose to spite her face, but eventually she realizes that she loves Shadow. Shadow comes to realize that Glory is mroe than jsut a mate. She is a woman to love and cherish. I enjoyed seeing this world again. It is so different than what the women from the plane are used to. I hadn't imagined what would happen if a couple dozen unmarreid women were suddenly plunked down into a world with hardly any women. Where would they live? How could they have safey if men were willing to kill for the chance to kidnap and marry them? I also loved seeing the secondary characters develope a little more.This series is interesting and I'm off to start Book 3 tonight.
Anonymous 12 months ago
I bought the whole series and was not disappointed. Thumbs up. Thank you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read. Better than the first IMO. On to the next........................................................................
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Enjoyed the story. Enjoying the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great sorry line and you cant help but to fall in love with glory and shadow!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was really fun to read and left me with a lot of "what ifs!"
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Have read them all twice. Well done author.
Another_Bibliophile More than 1 year ago
Touched on some areas you just don't see in most romance novels, Loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was OK but the other books were better.
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Wonderful reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just as great as the first book in the series! Recomend all of books in this series!