Wolf Landing

Wolf Landing

by Aimee Easterling

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Wolf Landing by Aimee Easterling

An alpha's greatest challenge lies within.

Half-shifter Fen Young enjoys the perfect life --- an adoring mate, a supportive pack, and acres of wildland to roam across. But can she keep it?

Her reality shatters when Fen's inner beast rebels and threatens werewolves and humans alike. A sheep is killed, a child is terrified, and a serial killer stalks unnoticed through the night.

Throw in a slew of unruly alphas and the new leader is faced with her greatest challenge yet. Will a council of her peers decide that Fen has what it takes or will she lose it all as she puts her status as alpha on the line?

The Alpha Underground trilogy begins with Half Wolf, continues with Lone Wolf Dawn, and concludes with Wolf Landing.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157563943
Publisher: Wetknee Books
Publication date: 03/12/2017
Series: Alpha Underground , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 239
Sales rank: 66,250
File size: 449 KB

About the Author

Homesteader by day and werewolf…ahem, *teller of werewolf tales*…by night, Aimee Easterling is a USA Today Bestselling author writing on the boundary between urban fantasy and paranormal romance.

She heats her house with hand-split firewood, writes on an ultra-geeky Linux box, and generally does her best to confuse all reasonable assumptions.

Studying biology and spending a year backpacking around the world have both informed Aimee’s writing, but she’s quite willing to let reality slide in favor of a good story. You can learn more and download a free starter library at www.aimeeeasterling.com.

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Wolf Landing 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was hooked on entire series. Very good and recommend it to others. Do recommend reading the books in order.
Starfire32210 More than 1 year ago
I started with Shiftless and after that I bought all in this series. Awesome to have actual stories, characters with development and depth , interplay, themes that are more than just sex and shredding (get boring after a while). Aimee Easterling shows thought and desire to make captivating reading.
lynsdens More than 1 year ago
I really like how this trilogy ended. The characters grew with each book and all the questions are answered by the end. As with the earlier books the plot was very interesting with all types of twists. I hope that Fen and Hunter reappear sometime in the future.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book. It has a little bit of everything. There is love, conflict, mystery, and some alpha showdowns. The book begins with Fen working with the one-body Robert on another in a string of murders that appear to be committed by a shifter, but Fen can find no sniff of a shifter. On the home front there is the upcoming All-pack where Fen hopes to have her pack recognized by the other packs and her territory upheld. When a ram is killed on the night of the pack run, things get hairy with the locals that blame one of the "dogs" for the kill. On top of that, the council enforcer that used to employ Hunter is sniffing around and has brought Hunter's replacement along for the ride. Join Fen and company as they battle to save themselves and their new home. Will they finally get to have the kind of pack they want? I sure hope we get more books on other pack members! I received a free copy of this book and voluntarily reviewed it, as I do all the books I read.
NEFallon More than 1 year ago
Fen and Hunter don't like to do things the easy way, ever?! As always there's a lot going on in this story but there is more at stake than ever before. This is the 3rd story in the Alpha Underground books about Fen and Hunter both of whom featured in the original Wolf Rampant trilogy?! My reading order was just right for me, which was more by luck than planning, with book 1 Half Wolf, then Dark Wolf Adrift which is a linked book which gives insight into Hunter, followed by Book 2 Lone Wolf Dawn and finished off with Book 3 Wolf Landing. As with all the books mentioned above there was a good sense of humour alongside a solid moral compass all accompanied by feisty but not overbearing females.
fcheavenly More than 1 year ago
Totally sad this marks the end of this series for these characters are very memorable! This writer could not have ended this any better! Brilliant writing, amazing characters, and storylines that never fail to capture your interest! This book, as well as the series, is easy to recommend to my fellow PNR readers! My voluntary review is based against a KU copy
Masbjs More than 1 year ago
As the conclusion to this series, Wolf Landing definitely surpassed my expectations. Fen is not your typical heroine... She is unsure of herself and her abilities and is still learning and growing as the book progresses. I think that is what I liked the most about her character... she is not an over-confident alpha but a struggling bloodling trying to step into a leadership role. She has such familial bonds with her pack members that you can really see that if Hunter was the sole alpha, it would be based on strength and heirarchy and not love as with Fen. From All-pack to local councils, human murders to shifter conspiracy and manuvering.... This book has it all. I received this as an ARC which I have voluntarily read.