Wolf Scent (Mountain Wolves, #1)

Wolf Scent (Mountain Wolves, #1)

by Isabel Dare

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Wolf Scent (Mountain Wolves, #1) by Isabel Dare

Kirk Anderson likes living alone in his mountain cabin, or so he tells himself. He’s a monster, after all. How would he ever find a man who can deal with his other self—the wolf?

When a reckless young hiker named Leo gets his leg caught in an old bear trap, Kirk rescues him, tracking him down by scent alone. While Kirk takes care of his injuries, Leo’s bright, sunny presence slowly wears down all Kirk’s defences.

But as the full moon rises, Kirk struggles between the urge to protect Leo and the demands of the wolf, who wants only one thing: to claim his mate

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148836209
Publisher: Isabel Dare
Publication date: 12/13/2013
Series: Mountain Wolves , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 19,949
File size: 536 KB

About the Author

Isabel Dare writes Erotica and Erotic Romance stories. She has always loved sexy, steamy and perversely romantic tales, from The Story of O to The Persian Boy.

She lives in a ramshackle old house in the country with her husband, two dogs, and a huge collection of filthy literature.

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Wolf Scent (Mountain Wolves, #1) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good beginning to a whole book. Only 69 pages long. You have to purchase two more books to finish the story. I'm not a fan of that or of the whole idea of insta- love........................... .................................
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was really good. The writing was good and the story interesting. The transition from Leo half out of it in bed to him hobbling around making breakfast was too quick. It wasn't really a transition; he was in bed and then he wasn't. Also the idea of him hobbling through the woods, up a mountain in the dark because he was worried about a man he described as being a bear who could handle himself and knew the territory was a little "what?!" but the thought behind it was genuine. He was worried about Kirk and it was sweet. I'm happy the author went back to the danger Kirk had smelled in town; it wasn't just something mentioned off-handed and never brought up again. I'm looking forward to the next novella to see how things turn out with Leo and Kirk and just what is the "danger".
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow-
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Super freaking hot! Sad yet satisfying! Thank you...?