Book Review Wolf’s Heart

10268462_268491169995866_7096114951471118815_nTitle: Wolf’s Heart

Authors: Cam Cassidy and Ruelle Channing

Genre: Paranormal Erotic

Rating: 8/10

Buy: Amazon

Wolfpack Delta gave Ryden Coulter’s life purpose after the attack that not only changed his life, but destroyed his only hope for happiness. While the woman he left behind is always on his mind, he knows that his new-found strength lies in the power of his wolf, not in his heart…or so he thinks.

Being born for the sole purpose of saving another’s life isn’t quite the way one imagines coming into the world, but Carlee O’Shannon knows no other reality. The one time she ever opened her heart, she lost it all. Vowing to never let another person hurt her that way again, she’s unprepared for Ryden to come back into her life.

Together again, out of necessity rather than desire, Ryden and Carlee will be forced to fight not only for their lives, but the lives of Ryden’s unit. Secrets and danger lurk beneath the surface, and it will take more than the strength of a lone wolf and the woman he loves to fight their way out.

Ryden is an intriguing hero. He served his coutnry in the military, and fell in love with Carlee. But then, when he thinks he’s found happiness, his entire life turns upside down. An attack leaves him on the verge of death, and he realizes he can no longer trust his heart – he must trust his wolf instead. He leaves Carlee, but never forgets her.

Now he’s back, out of necessity, and Rydan and Carlee will have to find for their own lives, and the lives of Ryden’s unit. But with the two of them spending time together again, could they rekindle some of the passion they felt in the past, or is that gone forever?

Ryden (gorgeous name, btw) and Carlee have wonderful interactions. Carlee is a little sassy sometimes, but I liked it. Ryden is an all-out alpha male. The writing was solid, and the story had enough refreshing elements to stay entertained.

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