- File Size: 3780 KB
- Print Length: 112 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Red Circle Ink; 1.0 edition (September 29, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 29, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0160873V4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #365,205 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lost Wolf: Wolves of Angels Rest #5 Kindle Edition
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Hallie has traveled to Angel' s Rest to document Mesa Diablo's petroglyphs for her thesis. On a mission to prove herself in a field dominated by 'old, white men', she stops in at a local diner for information and meets two men, one of whom catches her attention and imagination. He is dressed strangely and speaks little. But he offers to take her to see the glyphs, something his companion discourages because of the "unpredictable weather".
Zane has spent much of his time in wolf form since being freed from the enemy's control. He is frustrated at not being able to hold onto memory fragments that come to him in dreams. Then a stranger comes into the diner and her presence gives him a thread of history to hang onto. Her presence soothes his wolf and he knows he has to reach out to her. But Is it possible that she's bait? Or could she really be the one person who holds the key to unlocking his past?
Zane is the unknown assailant from the previous story. Initially it was thought he was unreachable and not able to be saved and there was a good chance he’d have to be destroyed. If a reader is a fan of the tortured hero redeemed theme then Lost Wolf delivers in spades. The very short prologue hints at how badly he’s been treated. It’s heartbreaking. It’s a great hook and very effective. The visual imagery Ms. Jade uses about the water washing ashore is as beautiful as it is haunting because of what it means to Zane’s sanity. Another strong bit of writing is when Zane first claps eyes on Hallie. That whole scene just sucked me in and pretty much stayed there for the rest of the book. A romance is born.
Characters from the initial books in the series are on hand to bring context, continuity and support to Zane and Hallie. There are a couple of new characters that are introduced which amp up the complications between the hero and heroine and create a powerful emotional tangle. For a while there was a lot of uncertainty which contributed to some drama and suspense.
The part when the wolves of Angels Rest were looking for their lost wolf gave me goosebumps. The writing was at its most powerful during this whole scene and made an impact. My emotions were in a tight grip from that point all the way to the very beautiful, poignant and promising happy ever after.
I don’t know how Ms. Jade does it but she’s continued the high quality of writing and storytelling even into this fifth installment of the Angels Rest Mating Season series. Lost Wolf is another keeper along with the previous books. I’m a happy reader and I can’t wait to find out who gets their HEA next.
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The cover is steamy though I wish the wolf on the cover matched Zane’s...Read more