by Bonnie Vanak

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BN ID: 2940150909960
Publisher: Bonnie Vanak
Publication date: 07/15/2015
Series: Werewolves of Montana Mating Mini , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 539,673
File size: 756 KB

About the Author

Bonnie Vanak, NY Times and USA Today bestselling author, likes to write about big, beautiful women and the werewolf shifters who love them. A former newspaper reporter who became a writer for a major international charity, she travels to destitute countries to write about issues affecting the poor. Her books take readers from the mysterious, dark alleys of New Orleans to the sweeping plains of Montana. Visit her Web site at

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Redemption 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
tigerlilly_liz More than 1 year ago
** Read as part of the Dark and Damaged: Eight Tortured Heroes of Paranormal Romance ** ~ 4 Redemption Stars ~ Redemption is book four in the Werewolves of Montana Mating Mini by Bonnie Vanak. This little book packs a fair amount of story into it. I’ve tried Ms. Vanak Werewolves of Montana series and those did not impress or leave an imprint on me to read more, but the Werewolves of Montana Mating Mini series, at least this book Redemption, really drew me in. It was an intriguing tail that placed two determined people on a collision course with destiny and each other. There where several areas that I got very emotionally involved and felt for both our leads Robert and Aurora. Robert runs hot and cold on his emotions, I get it, but it was very hard to read; especially how he acts towards Aurora at times. As for Aurora, the portrayal of her loneliness was magnificent and I felt deeply for her. We also get a few surprises, twist, and turns that add to the story. The only thing I did not like are the wizards in this series. They seam cruel and petty. Redemption was an emotional and captivating read. It can be read as a stand-alone.