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Claiming the She-Wolf (Black Hills Wolves #23): Black Hills Wolves Kindle Edition
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- Book 23 of 35 in Black Hills Wolves
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- File size : 337 KB
- Publication date : July 17, 2015
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 137 pages
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Publisher : Decadent Publishing (July 17, 2015)
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1613339712
- ASIN : B010EBVV1Q
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
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by Louisa Bacio
Yas Collins has been gone from Los Lobos for so long he doesn't even remember living there. He goes back to find out about his roots, but he needs somewhere to stay. Not really wanting to stay at the bar, which has rooms for rent above it, he keeps walking and finds a woman trying to put up a B&B sign. Without much luck.
Tala Graystone is determined to rebuild her home and make it into a B&B. Her brother has just left for college, but not without trying to make her go with him. As a male and her older brother, he feels she needs someone with her, to protect her. She is so tired of hearing that. Things are starting to get better in Los Lobos, but some pack members have long memory's and others are just bullies and angsty teens.
Tala agrees to give Yas room and board in exchange for his construction services. Things don't stay platonic for long though. Tala isn't sure she wants a man in her life all the time and Yas doesn't think he would be a safe bet around Tala. After finding out that Yas didn't tell her something important, she kicks him out. Only to wish that she hadn't. Pride isn't always a good thing. Can they show each other that what they each need is each other or will they doom themselves to loneliness?
Yas is back in the Black Hills, a place his mother fled when he was a kid. He's struggling to control his wolf and shifting. When you throw in a she-wolf who is sending out 'eff me' signals, he's torn between letting his wolf free and running for the hills.
I'm used to reading about male shifters who are confident about their gifts and have more control over their beasts. So it was interesting reading about Yas who didn't seem to have his wolf under control. It gave him a flaw that was endearing and made him very likeable.
I did like Tala's determination but she did grate on my nerves a few times. It's great to have the attitude of 'I don't need a man to protect me' and as a reader I would've believed it if it was backed up with action. But as soon as Tala got into trouble with a bunch of teenage wolves, she was praying for Yas to come to her rescue. So the next she started with the 'I don't need a man' attitude I couldn't help rolling my eyes back. And Yas summed it up fabulously when he said,
"She wants to be so independent, even when no one’s trying to take her freedom away."
So note to author, if you're going to write an FWA (female with attitude) please give her some kick-ass skills to back it up, because Attitude without Action makes for an Annoying character.
Aside from that, this was still a good read and I read it in one sitting without putting it down. It was great getting a glimpse into the other characters of Black Hills. Although I haven't read the other books in the series, it was easy to understand the world and characters and story line. I'm happy to recommend this to fans of paranormal romance.
Disclaimer: This book was provided by the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.
(Black Hills Wolves, #23)
This is the first book I have ever read by Louisa Bacio, I was so excited to be able to review for her, I just love Paranormal Romance.
When Tala Graystone older brother goes of to college and leaves the Black Hills, She is staying behind, And is so determined to restore the ram-shackled home of her into a glorious B&B for the pack. And As more and more people are now returning to the area, the need for housing will increase especially temporary housing so what better than a B&B, But that all rests on whether she can find someone to help with all of the heavy lifting as well as some much needed repairs.
Yas Collins had fled Los Lobos as a young child right along with his mother. Now he is struggling with his wolf and the overpowering shifts, so when the desire for nature and the forest strikes him hard. Black Hills, South Dakota, is beckoning him.
Yas has a good work history with construction, so when he stumbles Tala’s ram-shackled B&B he knows he can pick up some easy work as well as help this beautiful lady, but not everyone in town is happy that he is there.
Now that the remodelling is slowly getting underway, Tala and Yas have something else to fight.... their growing attraction and chemistry to one another.
Yas has these issues and doesn’t trust his wolf or the urges he is feeling around the very pretty B&B owner. But this she-wolf, has other plans.......
Will Yas be able to overcome his issues and fears?
Will Tala be able to help Yas and have her HEA
This was a great book to get my teeth in to I really enjoyed the softer approach Louisa Bacio has taken with her characters and the story line.
Yas is a lovely guy with some issues, he just doesn't no what to with his wolf his instincts are all of and he needs help, I found him a stand up guy.
Tala she I found has such a backbone she is a force of nature and then some, I love her and how she is totally in to helping Yas.
I enjoyed how Tala took on more of the lead role with helping Yas with his issues and how forward she is with her wolf which is a refreshing change from other paranormal romances.
The only thing I would have liked is the intimate scenes to be drawn out tad more and more of a build up but that is me being picky.
4 Out Of 5 Hearts From Cariad Books