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- Print Length: 173 pages
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- Publication Date: September 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075FCGB5H
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Her Brave Wolf (Marked by the Moon Book 1) - Paranormal Wolf Shifter Romance Kindle Edition
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Gwendolyn, a park ranger, comes across and saves an injured wolf. Feeling a pull towards the wolf, she senses that there is something different about the wolf.
The wolf turns out to be Nick and they both end up saving each other. Gwen saves Nick by encouraging him to trust his instincts and rule his pack the way that he sees fit and to be open to love and Fated Mates; and Nick saves Gwen with his love and showing her that she belongs right there with him.
Nickolas Sipe is the Alpha of Blue Pack. He has a duty to all of his wolves, and that duty, he believes, means keeping humans away. Nick sees his life as black and white...his ideas are firmly engrained. In his mind, humans are the root of many problems and should not be accepted into his community of wolves.
Gwen Laney is a park ranger, a very open-minded, strong, kind and caring person. Caring for all beings in her park is important to her. When she is bitten by a wolf she is trying to save after being severely injured, her world is changed. She accepts that something has changed - she is open-minded. And human.
How interesting that it is the human that is open-minded, not the shifter.
But Gwen is a special person...
I enjoyed this story for the most part. I found events in the Epilogue just a little bit too fanciful...and there were some other parts that did not seem to flow quite as well, logically. I’m being vague to avoid spoilers.
I especially enjoyed Nick’s sister, Willow, and look forward to her story.
A good start to an intriguing series!
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book, however, this is my honest opinion.