Seattle Wolf Pack Boxed Set

Seattle Wolf Pack Boxed Set

by Kristin Miller

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Delicious alpha heroes protecting their mates at all cost? Yes, please. Take a bite out of these three, steamy full-length novels from New York Times bestseller Kristin Miller in this exclusive boxed set for a limited time only. Exquisite paranormal love stories with super hot alphas and the tenacious heroines who make these werewolves howl.

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Gone With the Wolf

When CEO and alpha werewolf Drake Wilder discovers that his one true love is a secretary in his company, his primal instincts kick into overdrive. Free-spirited bartender Emelia Hudson wants nothing more than to make her Seattle-based bar succeed. Upon learning that her bar has become property of Wilder Financial, Emelia is determined to get some answers. When Drake’s twin brother senses that Drake has found his match—and now inherits their father’s billion dollar estate—he plans to take Emelia out. Drake vows to protect her at all costs, but he might have to pay with his own life.

Four Weddings and a Werewolf

Logan Black, former Marine and bodyguard for the Seattle Wolf Pack, hates weddings and has no plans to enter into matrimonial misery. But when he’s hired to protect a hot-to-trot wedding planner with a werewolf stalker, he’s forced to put his feelings aside. Not such an easy task when the damsel can turn him on with a single smoldering glance. The chemistry between them seems fated, but with his playboy attitude, her hatred for werewolves, and a stalker lurking in the shadows, will passion be enough to keep them together?

So I Married a Werewolf

Carter Griffin, enforcing officer for the Seattle Wolf Pack, has been offered the promotion of his dreams…if he can find a wife to prove he’s over his playboy ways. But Carter’s already been there, done that. Faith Hamilton needs money to put her younger brother through college. Okay, and she totally wants Carter, her sexy next-door neighbor, to look at her as more than a friend. It’s too bad size 12 and plain isn’t his type. At all. When the two friends strike a deal to help one another out, will it spark a love neither anticipated?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781633756281
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 04/25/2016
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 739
Sales rank: 85,291
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Kristin Miller writes sweet and sassy contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and paranormal romance of all varieties. Kristin has degrees in psychology, English, and education, and taught high school and middle school English before crossing over to a career in writing. She lives in Northern California with her alpha male husband and their two children. She loves chocolate way more than she should and the gym less. You can usually find her in the corner of a coffee shop, laptop in front of her and mocha in hand, using the guests around her as fuel for her next book.

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristin Miller writes sweet and sassy contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and steamy paranormal romance of all varieties. Kristin has degrees in psychology, English, and education, and taught high school and middle school English before crossing over to a career in writing. She lives in Northern California with her alpha male husband and their two children. You can usually nd her in the corner of a coffee shop, laptop in front of her and mocha in hand, using the guests around her as fuel for her next book.

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Seattle Wolf Pack

The Complete Series

By Kristin Miller

Entangled Publishing, LLC

Copyright © 2014 Kristin Miller
All rights reserved.
ISBN: 978-1-63375-628-1


Emelia Hudson knew she shouldn't be snooping through her boss's wine cellar, but his secret stash was down here and damn it, he owed her a bottle. Or a case.

Slipping off her heels, Emelia kicked them into the corner of the spacious cellar, and jumped from the feel of the frosty granite floor against her bare feet. The cellar was bigger than her Seattle apartment, with a nasty draft sweeping through the wrought iron French doors behind her. The space felt more like a high-class smoking room than a cellar, with large stone pillars, leather-wrapped seats, and a pungent musk floating in the air. Chandeliers hung on either end of the ceiling, shedding amber auras of light over two barrels topped with stone slabs. Not a single wine case cluttered the floor, and not a single pigeonhole was deprived of a bottle.

"There you are, beautiful," Emelia said, swiping a corked bottle of 1996 Château Lafite off one of the barrels.

She refilled her glass — for the fifth time this evening — and swirled the dark liquid round and round. The mint and black currant aroma hit her nose, causing her eyes to roll back in her head. Taking a sip, Emelia moaned as the bold flavor of succulent silk hit her tongue.

"You," she said, pinching her eyes shut, savoring the changing flavors, "are simply divine."

"I'll say," someone said from the doorway.

Emelia started. Droplets of wine hurtled down her throat, catching like stones in her windpipe. She choked hard and bowled over as she tried to the get the damn silky stuff out of her lungs.

"That good, huh?" The man was beside her before she knew what was happening, massaging small circles across her back.

Emelia backed against the barrel and away from the stranger's touch. From the few seconds he'd massaged her, Emelia's skin had warmed, tingling with strange, electrically charged sensations.

"I'm fine," she choked out, gaining her bearings.

The stranger radiated intimidation. Six feet tall. Broad, flexing shoulders. His white cotton dress shirt was pulled taut, stretching over layers of rippling muscle. A square, hard-set jaw with a shadow of stubble, and pressed-white lips gave him a downright stony appearance. But despite his hardened expression and daunting stature, mesmerizing chocolate-brown eyes bore into Emelia's, chilling her body to match her bare feet.

Did this guy work for Wilder Financial? Was he a bouncer sent to drag her back upstairs? The Halloween office party had been monster-mashing for the last two hours and the cellar had been deemed off-limits. Solitude was the reason Emelia sought out the cellar in the first place. Well, that and her boss's stash of fine wine.

"No one's supposed to be down here," she said, nerves kicking up a notch.

"I could tell you the same thing." Folding his arms across his barrel of a chest, the stranger backed away and leaned against the doorframe. A slow smile spread across his full lips. "I don't recall Little Red Riding Hood packing wine on her trip to Grandmother's."

"Yeah, well ..." Emelia flicked at the cape brushing her knees and laughed. "I hate costume parties and didn't think I was coming until the last minute. When I finally decided I had to be here, the costume store had two choices: Little Red Riding Slut or Sexy Feather-Dusting Maid. I went with Little Red."

Why'd she just tell him all that? She shouldn't have gulped down that last glass of wine. It had loosened her lips, affecting her more than it should've.

"I think the costume was a good choice." The stranger strode into the cellar, his gait confident and powerful, and swept a thick-stemmed wineglass off the nearest barrel. "May I? Or were you planning on downing that bottle yourself?"

"No, no, please, help yourself." With a tipsy bow and a giggle, Emelia swept her arm aside. "Where's your costume?"

He glanced down at his slacks as if he just realized he wasn't dressed for the party. "Maybe I'm the Big Bad Wolf hiding in business attire instead of old lady pajamas."

"You don't look like a wolf."


Emelia leaned in close, squinting at his glinting white — and very human — teeth, then laughed. "Nope. No fangs."

He eyed her curiously, filled his glass, and sipped on it as though he'd never tasted anything like it before. He swished the wine in his cheeks before swallowing, all the while holding Emelia's gaze. Intensity smoldered behind his eyes; Emelia swore someone kicked the thermostat up a few degrees.

"So," he said, eyeing her wild mane of blond hair that'd come loose from her hood, "why do you have to be here?"

Although Emelia knew the man wasn't really a wolf — come on, those only existed in Paris-set horror movies, Twilight, and her wildest dreams — he gazed at her like he was insatiably hungry. Her body quivered beneath his gorgeous stare. Stunned by the man's raw sexual appeal, Emelia shook cobwebs from her brain. "Excuse me?"

"You said you hate parties and that you have to be here. Did some crazed date make you come?"

"Oh, if you only knew."

"Enlighten me." He smiled slowly, twinging something in Emelia's chest.

As much as she wanted to tell this stranger the truth, she couldn't.

I'm here to seduce our boss. Chain him to his bed. Take some pictures. Instagram them to the web. You know, the usual Halloween party antics.

Not only would the hot-to-trot stranger laugh in her face, he would probably run to her superiors and blab his brains out, and she would lose her secretarial temp job. She couldn't let that happen. She needed the money, and she needed to figure out a way to talk to Mr. Wilder about the massive wrench he'd thrown in her gears. Two months ago, he claimed to have bought the building that her bar, the Knight Owl, resides in. If she hadn't dumped her savings into the place, she would've hired a lawyer to figure out what was going on and fight back. But under the circumstances, Emelia could barely afford the gas in her car to get to work.

She'd spent weeks trying to get past Wilder Financial's complaint department and kept ramming into a stone wall of indifference. No matter how many letters Emelia sent demanding to set up a meeting with Mr. Wilder, or how many times she called to talk about how it was impossible that they both had a deed to the same building, no one listened. No one cared. Even when she'd tried to bypass Mr. Wilder's flunkies and communicate with him directly, she'd gotten the same response. Mr. Stuck-Up Wilder refused to acknowledge her presence. He always seemed too occupied at his East Coast offices, or unavailable to meet.

So she'd taken a job at his office, hoping to kill two birds with one stone — she'd make some money, and figure out what the hell was going on in the process.

Mr. Wilder wouldn't be able to ignore her once he was good and tied to his bed.

Only that plan had gone down the toilet, along with her hopes and dreams of the Knight Owl becoming the most well-known bar in Seattle. Mr. Wilder had been called away on business and wouldn't be attending the Halloween party after all.

"Guess you could say I was dying to pay back Mr. Wilder for something."

Her words seemed to intrigue the stranger. His dark brows quirked. His shoulders tensed — only a bit — but she noticed. He took a long, hard drink instead of responding, and an uncomfortable silence fizzed between them.

Did she say something wrong? Did he have some vendetta against Mr. Wilder, too? Rumors of Mr. Wilder's coldness preceded him. Maybe his harsh, careless demeanor had permeated through his business more than she'd originally thought. The possibility lessened Emelia's guilt, taking weight off her shoulders — Mr. Wilder deserved what was coming to him.

"You never said what you were doing down here." Emelia tapped her fingers against the stone-topped barrel, wondering if there was another bouncer on the way. And exactly what was the alcohol content of the wine she drank? Her insides were warm and her brain was fuzzy. No wine had ever affected her this way before. "Are you on duty?"

"On duty?" The tension in his shoulders eased as a laugh escaped him. "No, I'm here for the party. I work for Wilder Financial Services like you do."

"I've never seen you there before." She would've remembered seeing a Greek god wandering the whitewashed halls. Damn, her teeth were beginning to chatter. She would be lucky to remember any of this night. What a disaster. "Which depot — I mean, department, are you in?"

"Administration." He leaned against a stone pillar and pushed his dark hair behind his ears. Why was he acting like he had nowhere to go? Didn't he have to get back up to the party? He'd have a date waiting for him, wouldn't he? Drop-dead gorgeous Channing Tatum look-alikes never came to parties stag. "You?"

"I'm a temp. I started last month as a secretary, but they've already shuffled me 'round to marketing, directory assistance, and main office ... something." She shooed her hand around her face as the words evaporated from her brain. "I'm more like an office rover than anything. Ha!" She snorted, then caught herself. "I'm Rover. Woof!"

The stranger laughed and seemed to relax into the pillar. "Let me get this straight ... you hate costume parties and you hate being here, but since Mr. Wilder isn't coming tonight, you've decided to empty his stash of expensive wine?"

"Pretty much." She nodded. As the thought of Mr. Wilder coming home to his mansion and finding an emptied wine cellar struck her, Emelia laughed, lurched forward, and slapped the stranger in the chest. The instant her hand struck a warm slate of stone, she drew it back and held it against her stomach. "Have you ever met him?"

His brown eyes burned with hints of desire. "Once or twice."

"What's he like?"

"He's a bit of a prick, really. Cold. Controlled. Probably not your type." He frowned at the last part, though he couldn't have known how true he shot. "What's your name?"

She teetered a bit, closer to his tantalizing masculine scent, then farther away. "Emelia Hudson, but friends call me Emie. I'm not usually like this, I swear. I can usually hold my liquor; I'm a bartender for crying out loud. I think it's because I haven't eaten anything today." She squinted, her vision going a bit blurry. What was happening? "I'm starving."

"You're a bartender? I thought you said you were a temp."

"Potato, potahto. Ooh, I could really go for some fries right now." The chandeliers began to tilt and spin as the floor rolled beneath Emelia's feet. She closed the distance between them and stood up on teetering tiptoe to meet him eye to eye. Her skin flushed hot. If the temperature in the cellar hadn't just skyrocketed, she was the first twenty-five-year-old on record to start menopause. "Am I as hot as you are? I mean, are you as hot as I am? No, that's not right either." She paused, slowing her thoughts to molasses. "Is the room spinning for you, too?"

She may have been seeing things, but could've sworn the stranger nodded. "You're not what I was expecting to find when I came down here tonight. You're not afraid to say what's on your mind, are you?"

"Nope." She put her hand to her head, steadying herself. "Never have been."

A strange vibe shot between them as he put two fingers to her chin and lifted her gaze to his.

"There's something about you," he whispered. Emelia felt like a puppet on a string, held captive by the two fingers holding her chin. "You're ... different."

"Is diff'rent good?" It had to be the wine. It had to be the hint of want sparking in the stranger's dark, brooding eyes. It had to be the fact that she'd never see him again — Wilder Financial Services was a maze of offices and halls. The urge to taste the stranger's lips overtook her. "What am I doing?" As the question escaped her lips, Emelia pressed forward, brushing her lips against his.

His mouth was soft and supple. Dreamier than it should've been. Maybe it was the excitement of kissing a stranger. Yup, had to be it. Excitement sizzled through Emelia's body, curling her toes, crinkling the skin over her bones. No one had ever riled her up this much from doing so little. It was a kiss. A tiny little kiss that could've been forgotten.

There was no way she'd forget this. As Emelia parted her lips to draw the stranger's tongue into her mouth, he pulled back.

"We probably shouldn't," he said, but the hunger in his eyes spoke otherwise.

How could he deny her? She'd already tasted the sweetness of his lips and wanted more. As she leaned forward to catch his mouth, she misjudged the distance between them and smashed against his chest. He caught her, roping an arm around her waist.

"Forget me tomorrow. Hell, forget me tonight." Shivers danced over Emelia's skin and she closed her eyes. "But kiss me now."

He squeezed her tightly against him. Crushed his mouth to hers with more passion than she expected. She became drunk on his mouth, his kiss, the way he worked his tongue like a skilled lover. He tasted of wine and lust and intensity unlike anything she'd ever had. She lost herself in him. Felt her body pull to his. She molded against his sculpted chest. Moaned into his mouth and dug her fingers into his hair.

With a growl, he pulled back, keeping her at arm's length, his fingers gouging into her shoulders. "This isn't possible." He breathed hard, chest heaving. "This can't be happening. Not now."

Oh, this was happening. Right here. Right now.

"Where'd you come from?"

God, she was so dizzy. Was she sitting? Lying down? She pinched her eyes shut, willing his mouth to cover hers again. "I come from the Knight Owl."

"What? No, I mean which office are you from? Did someone send you?"

"It's the name of my bar. The Knight Owl. That's why I'm here." She was saying too much. She should stop. She should kiss him again and shut him up, too.

She pushed forward, but he'd already pulled away, dropping his hands from her shoulders. "I'm sorry, Emelia, but I have to go."

Emelia's eyes flashed open and she spun, landing against the massive wine rack with a thud. "I don't even know your name."

Not that she wanted to know. Nope. Didn't want to look him up in the office directory for a night of fun. No way.

"Drake," he said, turning back at the French doors that led out of the cellar. "My friends call me Drake. And I have to say, while you probably won't remember this, you're the sexiest Little Red Riding Hood I've ever seen."

"Isn't Drake the name of a plant from Harry Potter?" Heart thudding in her chest, Emelia closed her eyes and laid her head on the rack behind her. "What was it called again? Drake ... miss ... mandrake! Yup, that's it. The plant with all the crazy roots."

When Emelia peeled her eyes open, Drake was gone, leaving her with a warm buzz in her belly, a brain as empty as her glass of Lafite, and the lingering taste of their kiss on her tongue.


As the sun reached its peak in the sky the next day, Drake stepped out of his limo and onto the busy curb in front of Wilder Financial. If he were the nervous type, his palms would've been sticky with sweat. He would've adjusted his tie a thousand times on the ride over. He would've phoned the office to make sure everything was in order. Instead, his body became rigid, wound tight with anticipation. Knots of tension pinballed around his stomach, and his chest hardened with hot rods of adrenaline.

Struggling to keep his impulses in check, Drake strode through the glass doors of his office building and passed by a gawking secretary, who stood the instant he made eye contact.

"Good morning, Mr. Wilder," she said, alarmed, pressing down the front of her dress suit.

"Good morning." Drake didn't mean to startle her, so he nodded politely and picked up his pace through the whitewashed lobby.

Employees whispered and stared as he passed by, though he couldn't blame them for their odd behavior. He was the leper CEO of Wilder Financial, the boss who rarely peeked his head out of his office. He hated this part of the building — the sterile and impersonal nature of it — which was probably why he never entered through the sweeping front doors. He preferred to show up via helicopter from the pad on the roof, then take the stairs down to his upper-level office. It was easier to keep snooping noses out of his private life that way, too. If anyone got too close and found out he was a three-hundred-year-old werewolf, he was done for.


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Seattle Wolf Pack Boxed Set 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
closkot More than 1 year ago
My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!! ***Received the ebook from Entangled Publishing for an honest review Book 1 – Gone with the Wolf This is for adults only due to the steamy. I love this story from the start, but werewolf shifter PNRs are my favorite kind of stories…okay any shifter PNR :) Emelia is a feisty and spunky female lead that you love to love because she knows who she is and won’t let anyone change that even the sexy Alpha Drake. All sorts of chemistry, drama, and danger in this story that keep you enthralled in the story. I loved every moment! Book 2 – Four Weddings and a Werewolf This is book 2 in the series, and it is still for adults only due to the steamy content. I think it is okay to read this series in any order. Veronica and Logan both have emotional baggage and things to get over. Logan does have a unique job for sure. She has a stalker, but she thinks it is a secret admirer. Everyone keeps telling her it is creepy. They have a push and pull relationship. One minute they are pulling towards each other and then they start pushing away. I love all the action and mystery. I did guess who the stalker was correctly. I have loved every story in this series, and I therefore highly recommend the whole series to my shifter friends out there who love PNR. Book 3 – So I Married a Werewolf The book was awesome!! I couldn’t put it down. I read it straight through and way past my bed time. I usually like tons of action in the form of fighting or battles, but this book was different and very well written with drama & mystery that it had my attention and wouldn’t let go. Faith has an interesting story and is the girl next door, both literally and figuratively. She is not confident in herself when it comes to men, but she is strong and loving. I love how she takes care of her brother. She knows the meaning of hard work, and I really related to her. She is also a blogger!! YAY!!! Carter has many issues including being a workaholic. I definitely wanted to slap him a few times for being an idiot. But he redeemed himself :) I won’t say more than that though :) This is my first time reading work by Kristin Miller. I am definitely going to check out the other books in this series and other paranormal books she has written. I love finding new authors to love :) I highly recommend this series to my wolf pack friends because you will love this wolfy world Kristin creates.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Three good stories. I'd give it a 3.5. Well written, good story lines. I' ll read more of this series.
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aprilrenee1976 More than 1 year ago
There are 3 different book in this box set by Kristin Miller. 1.Gone With the Wolf – In this book, Emelia Hudson is angry with CEO Drake Wilder because his company has bought her building where her bar is located. She bought the building before from a tattoo guy or she thought she bought it. She has tried to reach out to the CEO to no avail. So she ends up taking a job to get close enough to speak to him—but they actually meet each out at a Halloween Party that he is giving and neither realize who the other is and Drake realize she is his mate. Complications ensue—will Drake get his mate and Emelia her HEA? This was a good story and the paranormal aspect was fantastic –good start to the Seattle Wolf Pack series. 2. Four Weddings and a Werewolf--Logan Black has made his mind up to get married but he is tasked to guard Veronica Vale, the wedding planner. Reason is, she is being stalked by a wolf out for her blood. She is being sent forbidden gifts /letters/packages that continue to get more and more scary. Veronica has her reasons for why she doesn’t like/trust wolves but Logan has gotten under her guard—can he keep her safe and can they end up with their HEA? This is one beautifully written love story that has the edge –the ending keeps you on your toes. 3. So I Married a Werewolf--Carter Griffin wants to be the detective in charge of his wolf pack so he worked at it until he was offered the job. Only thing is he has to be married to get the job. Meanwhile his friend and neighbor, Faith Hamilton is a dog trainer and has a blog about dogs. She has been in love with Carter for a while. She hoped he would see her as something other than a friend . Then during this time her brother gets offered a great opportunity to attend Yale—well Faith knows she has to help him with his college. Carter and Faith end up getting married and Carter offered to loan her money for her brother’s college (all tied into his need to be married if she helped him out). Carter knew she loved him and in this story, his beginning treatment of her during the beginning of their marriage hurt me because it hurt her BUT watching Faith grow was great. Carter came to realize that Faith is his mate. He was blown away by this fact(which you will come to understand as why during the reading) and he came to realize you can have more than two loves/mates. This friends to lovers story wasn’t as strong as the others but the ending was satisfying. Carter should have been groveling more but hey, 2 out of 3 aint bad. My rating: 4.5 stars **** **I was given an ARC the publisher in exchange for an honest review***
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I actually read the 4th book first, because this box set was a preorder at 99 cents. 429 pages of great stories!
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
Kristin Miller has written a series that is filled with hot romance, tender love and treachery. Her writing style moves the story along quickly and keeps you hooked. I love the Seattle wolf pack and its leader. These Alphas have met their match when they find their fated mates. These women are feisty and won't be intimidated. I enjoyed all the twists and turns in these romantic adventures. The assorted mix of characters add to the mayhem. Seattle makes a beautiful backdrop. The members of the wolf pack leap off the page with their scorching chemistry and their sharp witty dialogue. Kristin Miller writes with humor and passion. If you love the paranormal, this box set is for you. There are three stories that will give you hours of reading pleasure.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good short read.
Lori-Gonzo More than 1 year ago
Gone With The Wolf Emelia is such a strong willed, tough as nails, speaks her mind, goes after what she wants kind of woman. I totally enjoyed her role in this story. She kept Drake so far off balance it was entertaining. She brought him to life. Drake on the other hand was major alpha, always in control, super hot and protective. Their interactions were explosive. And despite falling in love, they still had their differences. But I liked the way they did. Of course it took a huge occurrence to make it happen, but they were better for it. And the epilogue, major swooning and heartwarming. Four Weddings and a Werewolf It was sweet, super sexy, suspenseful, and fun. This story was a very quick read mainly because you could see it play out in your head like a movie. I love when that happens. The author truly creates beautiful imagery and scenes that appear in your mind. Logan was so amazing. I loved how he was so strong and protective right from the beginning. How he knew they were meant to be during their first encounter. Veronica was a great female lead. She was strong and independent. I loved her transformation throughout the book to where she opened her eyes and saw Logan's true self. I enjoyed the chemistry between the two and was glad for their ending. The stalker story was a great secondary one. I had a feeling I knew who it was and glad the author didn't do the crazy twist I had going on in my head, because that one I wouldn't have liked. The story tied up quite nicely and I would love to read more of the series. So I Married a Werewolf Wow! I loved this book! Several times it brought me to tears. I guess I can relate to Faith, a little heavier, a little bit of a loner, not very self confident and desperately in love with a gorgeous alpha wolf. She was just a beautiful character who gave so much of herself. She found herself and made herself stronger for herself. I love that. And then there is Carter. He was a true friend to Faith, but had some trust issues. Oh a few times in this book he really really made me mad and just brought tears to my eyes. But what a redemption. Beautiful story with a beautiful couple. Books that make me feel a lot of different emotions as I read them are definitely favorites. I received this book set in exchange for an honest review from the publisher through Netgalley.
InspirationalAngel531 More than 1 year ago
Title: Seattle Wolf Pack Box Set Author: Kristin Miller Published: 4-25-2016 Publisher: Entangled Covet Pages: 543 Genre: Paranormal Romance Sub Genre: Anthologies & Short Stories; Fantasy; Shifters; Werewolves ISBN: 9781633756281 ASIN: B01DSWKAUG Reviewer: DelAnne Reviewed For: NetGalley My Rating: 4 1/2 Stars . Seattle Wolf Pack gives you all three books in the series in one set so that you can start at the beginning with Gone With the Wolf where the Alpha finds his true mate right in his own office. Even if Emilia Hudson is on a search and destroy mission to save her bar which she purchased from a deceitful seller as has Drake Wilder's company along with the rest of the buildings. Moving on to Playboy Logan Black's story. Assigned to protect Wedding Planner, Veronica Vale who has an aversion to werewolves and is being stalked by a rogue werewolf. The attraction to the two is off the scales, but Logan is fighting it for all he is worth. Last but not least you have So I Married a Werewolf, Carter Griffin and Faith Hamilton's story. In order to get the position of his dreams. There is only one drawback he needs a wife to prove he has given up his playboy ways and settled down. His answer is his sexy neighbor and an even trade, she gets the money to send her brother to college and he gets the job he so desires. What can I tell you other than this is an anthology that will have you sighing. With a touch of suspense and subterfuge added to each story and an overload of steamy attraction to keep you glued to the story. This is more than just a paranormal romance. With the talent of Kristin Miller you quickly become invested in the lives of the pack and the women they claim as their own. The characters both main and supportive are well developed and make you want to like them. The plot is complete and runs smoothly in each story. This is an anthology for any lover of paranormal romance lover. Werewolves, both good and bad abound here and call to your inner shifter. My rating is 4 1/2 out of 5 stars.
Splashesintobooks1 More than 1 year ago
This set contains three complete novels concerning, would you believe it, the Seattle Wolf Pack. Each story could be read as a standalone but they do contain some of the same characters and follow on from each other. The characters throughout are well developed and the scenarios enable the reader to suspend disbelief and got lost in the interactions and storylines - each is a great read in its own right. Basic advice is, if you enjoy well crafted paranormal mystery/adventure/romance this is well worth reading! Thanks to the publisher for gifting me a copy of this box set in exchange for my honest review. My full review of each novel can be read on my blog (sorry, too long to post on here!) at
repsgoddess More than 1 year ago
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. The Seattle Wolf Pack Box Set by Kristin Miller is a hands-down awesomesauce experience as it is the complete series...can ya say “SCORE!” :p Ms. Miller has a wonderful way of writing that pulls you into the story and takes you on an exciting adventure with plenty of twists and turns, sizzling heat, great character development and lots of depth. Each of the three stories contained within this box set is a full-length novel that includes smokin’ Alphas and the heroines that challenge them and make them complete, and as always, the author’s witty sense of humor that shines through page after page.
Sissymae1 More than 1 year ago
I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Seattle Wolf Pack Box Set by Kristin Miller has 3 separate books in this book making it about 545 pages. It would be hard not to like this book. I thought each story was great and they are full length books so you are getting your money worth here too! The books are: 1.Gone With the Wolf Emelia Hudson is upset with Drake Wilder who is the CEO of a company that just bought her building where she has her 'Night Owl' Bar. Emelia thought she had bought it from a tattoo artist a few years ago. Now Emelia is worried about loosing her business. Emelia tries to make contact with him but he is not responding she gets a Temp Job at his company to try to track him down. Drake actually meets Emelia at his house when he is giving a Halloween Party. Emelia doesn't know who he is so he gets to talk to her and thinks she might be his mate. 2. Four Weddings and a Werewolf Logan Black has no intention of every marring but somehow he has been assigned to a job guarding Veronica Vale who is a wedding planner. Veronica is being stalked by a Wolf and keeps getting gifts/packages from him. Veronica doesn't like wolves because one turned her sister. 3. So I Married a Werewolf Carter Griffin has set his sight on being a detective for his wolf pack and has been offered the job...the catch... he has a better chance of getting it if he is married. Faith Hamilton is his friend and neighbor. Although Faith would like to be more. Faith needs money for her brother's education and Carter needs a wife.... sounds like friends coming together to help each other out. Please follow more reviews at the below sites:
FizzaYounis More than 1 year ago
I loved all three books. Each one of them is brilliant. All of them are full length novels. They are well-written, with well-developed characters. I loved all the characters in this book. Gone with the Wolf is story of Drake and Emelia. Drake and his twin brother are in line to be Alpha of their pack. Which ever of them finds his mate before the other will inherit the pack. When Drake realised that Emelia is his mate her life is in danger because his twin will stop at nothing to ensure he inherits the pack and not Drake. Emelia has her own problems, she bought a bar and now realised that she has been scammed. The rightful owner of her bar is Drake. She must convince him to give her bar back to her. One thing led to another and soon the two of them find themselves in too deep... Four Weddings and a Werewolf is another amazing paranormal romance novel. Logan is hired to protect a wedding planner who happens to be sister of one of his best friend's fiance. There is no room for mistakes because they are certain she is being stalked by a werewolf. The only trouble is that Logan is having a hard time keeping his hand s to himself. He is attracted to her and simply cannot resist... Veronica on the other hand despises werewolves and cannot stand to be with one at all. She has no idea that her bodyguard as well as object of her attraction is a werewolf. Will she forgive him when she finds out that she has been played? So I Married a Werewolf is the last novel in the Seattle Wolf Back Boxed Set. The books is full of romance and humour. I loved it just as much as the above two books. Carter and Faith are friends. The decided to help each other in their hour of need and then soon find themselves in love. All three novels are amazing and a must read for all paranormal/romance lovers.