Too Far Gone

Too Far Gone

by K.C. Stewart


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Tired of her horrific past continually being dredged up and broadcast all over, Sadie James leaves her hometown to start over. But her new Adirondack home has secrets and dangers that change everything for her.

Wolf shifter, Tyson Cartwright is mourning the life he once knew. His past haunts him as he reluctantly relinquishes his human side. But when, newcomer Sadie James comes face-to-face with Tyson's most vile enemy, he vows to protect her--no matter the cost. As Tyson and Sadie grow closer, he struggles to keep her safe while battling his own demons. Suddenly, he must choose between saving Sadie and ultimately destroying her. Can he fight the pull of the wild or is he too far gone to save the one woman he's destined to love?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991576531
Publisher: K.C. Stewart
Publication date: 06/08/2015
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

K.C. Stewart is the self published author of the Hailey Holloway series and most recently, the Adirondack Pack series. All her life she had fantasized and day dreamed on a regular basis but it wasn't until she began writing flash fiction and that she made those fantasies a reality. Now she has graduated to novels but still dabbles in the occasional flash fiction and short story. Because of her love for reading and the written word, K.C. is currently continuing her education at Clarion University for Library Science. When she isn't taking photographs, studying or writing, she is supporting a very real gummy bear habit. Currently, she lives with her boyfriend, german shepherd and cats in central Pennsylvania.

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Too Far Gone 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
In Part One of Too Far Gone we get it all from Sadie's POV. We find out just why she has moved, what her issues are and what she is doing to try and resolve them. She is determined to move forward, but it's not as easy as she would like. Luckily for her, she 'befriends' a wolf, whom she calls Fred. Fred listens to her, helps her through a panic attack, and is basically everything she could ask for in a friend. Now, things are always peachy-keen between the two of them, as they both have issues, but throughout the book they realise that they are stronger together. In Part Two, we get a quick rehash of the story, but this time with the critical points from Tyson/Fred's POV. This is a wonderful part of the story, and it certainly added to the whole for me. The third Part is from both of them and deals with the upcoming climax to the story. This book was extremely well-written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow. Sadie is so much stronger than she thinks, and Tyson isn't as far gone as he thought (although he very nearly was!). With action, suspense, quick wit, humour and a dash of romance, this book gripped me from the very start. Definitely recommended by me. * Verified Purchase - May 2016 * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
n7kk7br00ks More than 1 year ago
Sadie is on the run from her harrowing past. A former corporate go-getter, she is now a shell of her former self having acquired a stalker and then had to defend herself from his attack, leading to her shooting him. She is enjoying her new town and her chance at privacy as no-one here knows her or giver her pitying looks. Whilst walking in the woods near her new home she comes across a wolf and just when she thinks she's about to be lunch, he fends off a more aggressive wolf and then follows her home. This begins her very unconventional friendship with "Fred" the wolf, who she treats as an oversized dog!! Tyson, has slipped more and more into his wolf state after the death of his sister. He is blaming himself for her entanglement with an isolationist group within the shifter community, which ultimately led to her death. His pack has worried over him for almost a year but his new attachment to Sadie might just be what brings him back from the edge. There are some great did-not see-that coming moments as it's not quite clear from the outset who the "good wolf is" but it made a great read! Part one is Sadie's side of the story, part two is Tysons and part 3 reverts to Sadie again. That's about my only gripe. I would have preferred cutaways to Tysons POV rather than the first half pretty much rewritten from his viewpoint. Other than that the story flowed well and all the background characters felt formed and part of the story and not just there to fill up the pages. Can't wait forbook 2!!!
crazy4peanutbutter More than 1 year ago
TOO FAR GONE is the first book I have read from author K.C. Stewart. I liked the story and the characters in the book. It's well written with a good plot and well developed characters. I enjoyed reading the tension and trails that Sadie and Tyson had to go through to find their way to being with each other. It's a good story. I recommend it to all paranormal readers. ***Gifted ARC copy**** L.
katsindiebookblog More than 1 year ago
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW*** Good story, strong characters. I like that this is a companion series where each book has an ending. I'm not a fan of cliffhangers but love book series where each book is a stand alone story, where it involves a couple and has the rest of the supporting characters that in turn get their own book. This is a good paranormal series for those that want an adult theme but not full on sex scenes. The main character is Sadie, who after a traumatic event in her home town has moved to the sleepy town in the Adirondacks. After having enough of unpacking she takes a walk in the woodland surrounding her house, she mistakenly walks into the path of a Wolf... When she thinks her time is up and she is going to be 'Wolf tucker' she looks death (or Wolf) straight in the eye, when another wolf suddenly appears and fur flies, when its all over the new wolf isn't interested in eating her, more like seeing her home! Sadie ends up adopting the 'Protective Wolf' she calls "Fred" she feels a connection to him, and feels safe in his company. What makes this story different is it focuses on the relationships, I felt drawn to Sadie, although she is beaten by her past she refuses to lay down and die, she is a fighter and has taken the brave step of leaving her family and the reminders of her attack to start again - where she can walk down the street without everyone knowing what happened. She knows it is going to be a long road but she is ready to walk it. There is more than meets the eye when it comes to "Fred" he's an Enforcer from the local shifter pack of wolves who has been stuck in wolf form since he had to kill his sister for betraying the pack. Tyson AKA Fred was ready to give into the blackness and go 'Feral' until he ran across Sadie in the woods, now he feels a connection, the need to protect her and sees that they are two broken souls trying to get by day by day. When Ranger 'Jack' appears and is interested in Sadie, she reluctantly agrees to meet him 'as friends' at the local bar... she should have listened to her gut feeling, and 'Fred's' instant hatred for him as he is not to be trusted. To find out more about what happens next, buy the book and read on, I read this book in one sitting as I just didnt want to put it down, and I look forward to reading more of the series. There are not that many PNR books out there that are 'Sex Free' so if you love Shifter stories but prefer the romance of a relationship then this book is for you. ***Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official. ***
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Too Far Gone (Adirondack Pack, #1) by K.C. Stewart 4 ½ of 5 stars Sadie James relocates to Adirondack to start a new life after being attacked by a stalker. Wolf shifter, Tyson Cartwright, was broken after having to kill his sister for treason against the pack. He has shifted becoming a Lone Wolf for the past year.   After meeting in the woods, Tyson is drawn to Sadie and feels a need to protect her. I admired Sadie.  What she underwent with the stalker was horrific.  She was courageous to pick up her life in an effort to move on from her nightmares. My heart went out to Tyson.  As an enforcer, it would be horrible to be put in a position to have to kill your only blood relative that you loved and raised.  It is understandable that he had difficulty dealing with the aftereffects.  He is a worthy man who deserves to forgive himself. Jake is the perfect nemesis for Tyson. He is soulless and responsible for Tyson’s sister’s demise.  His though-process was scary and added interesting tension to the story. Owen Purcell is an admirable Alpha and friend to Tyson.  He is clever and a respectable man.  I am looking forward to his story in book 2, Fault Lines.  I like that the story was told from both Sadie and Tyson’s viewpoints.  I loved Tyson’s impressions of Sadie.  He had me giggling. I also appreciated the conversations he had with his wolf side.   I enjoyed the plot.  It had a few unexpected twists and was filled with excitement.  The story is well-written and had a good pace. K.C. Stewart did an exceptional job creating a believable story with likeable characters.  This is one series I will definitely continue. Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review