Saving a Wolf by Camryn Rhys
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
when dani fails to seduce maggie steps in and gives it a shot herself. their one link onto the rossi island is luther, a mountain of a main, unaffected by flirting whatsoever. but they need his cooperation to get where they want to be, to get closer to rossi and see what is happening on the island.
what maggie didn't count on if the magick flaring up when she gets closer to luther. fate must be having a field day when one by one her teammates find their fated mates. luther does his best to avoid her but he doesn't know her tenacity! she doesn't have much time and goes in full force. she wants luther and she needs to get on the island!!
things don't always turn out the way you want and she find out a lot more then she wanted to find out. the island is a litte piece of hell on earth, making maggie even more determined in the fact that rossi needs to be dealth with!
during all of this the two manage to get closer to each other, even more so when luther is told rather early on that werewolves aren't a thing of legend but are a reality, maggie shifting in front of him proof of that. with all those facts lining up he also starts to realize her talk about mates is a lot more then just a feeling.
how will maggie and luther fare on the island? and with each other?
how will their alpha's react when they find out more about rossi and his diabolical schemes?
jump back on the moonbound train in this thrilling and captivating adventure! loved the first five books and this one is just as good. we're closing in on rossi!!
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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