Into the Light by Tami Lund
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
what a sweet read. i really enjoyed this book and had a hard time putting it down!
when after 10 years Tanner is found and is more or less forced to go back to his pack. his poor excuse of a father/alpha has a living lightbearer. obsessed with their existence he's over the moon to have been able to capture one and now he wants his son, Tanner, to kill "it" and take over the magical powers.
only Tanner doesn't want to kill anything or anyone. sworn enemies, he can't help but feel something for the young woman that is being held captive and he tries to come up with numerous ways of setting her free, coming up with nothing. as both stand in front of the whole pack he tells her for the umpteenth time he doesn't want to harm her, that he wants her to be free and for them to accomplish that, they need a distraction.
with little of the power that is left in her she blinds the pack surrounding them.
making a quick and swift getaway, they're helped by Tanner's childhood friend and his heavily pregnant mate. they want out of the pack too and see this as a good opportunity to leave.
it's the start of a journey full of emotions, heartache, death, happiness, prejudice and acceptance.
this story really is a refreshing read and i enjoyed it from the first page till the last page! a must have
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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