- File Size: 732 KB
- Print Length: 162 pages
- Publisher: Siren Publishing (October 26, 2012)
- Publication Date: November 19, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AALQCC4
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Wolf Call [Men of Passion, Colorado 4] (Siren Publishing Menage Everlasting) Kindle Edition
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Brandon, Rick, and DJ Banning moved to Passion, Colorado from Forever, Texas. (Check out Jane Jamison's Carr Pack in her Werewolves of Forever, Texas series.) All three are presently working at the local bar (Saddles) and saving every penny to raise enough money to purchase a ranch of their very own. They left their pack in Texas and have no desire to join the local Gaston Pack in Denver. As lone wolves they are able to start up a pack of their own. Then they hear the ranch of their dreams is coming up for sale. If they could only find their destined mate their future would be perfect.
Heather Cummings has been dealt a mortal blow to her relationship with her father, "Big" John Cummings. She has just been told by her father that he is selling her beloved Windy Hills Ranch and she is expected to handle it and select the winning bid. Devastated, she stops by Saddles for a drink on her way to the ranch. While there she encounters Brandon and changes the course of all their lives.
Hidden identities and hidden pasts threaten the future of four hearts trying to unite into one soul. The Banning brothers are strong males with Alpha personalities. Which at times can make them arrogant and controlling, while at other times they can be ultra-protective and compassionate. Hannah is a bright, strong woman who has lived in the shadows and under the thumb of her domineering father. She is learning to assert her own independence. After a series of events each will decide for themselves if an outright lie is any less forgivable than a lie of omission.
Readers will enjoy the fourth book in this compelling series. "Wolf Call" can easily be read as a standalone book. For those who have read the books from earlier in the series there is a snippet or two about characters from earlier books, but these do not lead a new reader confused about past events. New readers will want to read the previous books because of the talent of Ms. Jamison's. She can weave a story that draws a reader in and leaves the reader wanting to know more about the characters and locations.
Pick up a copy of "Wolf Call" and enjoy Hannah's and the Banning brother’s story.
Review by: Delanna of Night Owl Reviews
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