- File Size: 382 KB
- Print Length: 187 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0756XZS8L
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #535,854 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lone Wolf Kindle Edition
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Join Corey on his journey as he comes to love his shifter nature and the man who taught him how. I believe you will enjoy the ride.
While I enjoyed the story and the situations and characters, some of the backstory was missing. The world view is sketchy. A few mentions on a wolf being the president (I assume of the US) but how does Grant Wilson have so much clout outside his own pack? How is it he's the one behind RJ's family's murders? Small world with few shifters back then or was RJ brought up in that pack? I'm left guessing. The politics behind the suppression drugs -- I mean it sounds like Grant had his own little medical facility there, to test on wolves and make his own drugs. And those were just a few of many questions. There's very little on RJ's background or why he can't tolerate the suppressant drugs.
As it is, this story is written like it's in the middle of a series. At the end of Lone Wolf, the LA pack leadership is in jeopardy. Obviously Corey is a strong wolf, no idea who his biological father is.. . . I mean I can guess, but who know if he will join Hal's revolution group and cause a change or be encouraged to go back to his LA pack. There's so much implied yet not enough follow-up. Who knows how Hal, RJ, and Corey's actions will impact them there in Yosemite. That was the fear they all worried about -- The program being closed down. Well, now they have 4 deaths on their hands and of course someone is going to come and investigate. Everyone knew the alpha was searching out Corey. Once more, this reads like it's in the middle of a series. It's up in the air if a continuing book will follow. 3 stars. What's written is good but too many open ended threads. I picked up Lone Wolf on the Kindle Unlimited Program. -- Dan's Wife
Join Corey on his journey as he comes to love his shifter nature and the man who taught him how.
Corey is rebellious, sarcastic and completely full of himself. So when he sees something he wants, he goes after it and right now he wants R.J.
A new van load of teenagers has come to the werewolf camp to find out about their werewolf side. For most of them this will be the first shift they've ever experienced. Werewolves are forbidden from shifting and have to take shift-suppressing drugs so they aren't found out but there are some that believe they shouldn't have to take the drugs.
At first Corey comes across as snarky, rude, full of himself and a rebel. But as we get to know him we see that's really just a facade and underneath he's a pretty decent guy. I really enjoyed the banter between R.J. and Corey. The relationship between them really pulls Corey out of himself so by the end of the book he's ready willing and able to stand up for what he believes in and it's nice to see that change in him.
R.J. And Corey have to hide their feelings because if the wrong people find out, things could get really bad for both of them. Getting to know what werewolf life is like for these characters was very interesting. Shelley Munro brings her characters to life, the descriptions used, created an interesting world that drew me into the story within the first few paragraphs.
R.J. has his own demons and they get in the way of his happiness for a little while. Sometimes it takes one person taking a chance and pushing just a little bit harder for some to see they really are worth the risk and that's what R.J. has to find out.
I found the twists in this story to be big ones, the twists and turns coupled with secrets, a conspiracy and more danger than anyone saw coming is what made this story so intriguing.
This story has action, intrigue, characters you're going to hate and a great love story. So if you like werewolves, romance, action, danger and a great love story then you'll love this book.