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Wild Wolf (A Shifters Unbound Novel) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 2014
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You don’t have to tell Graham McNeil that it isn’t easy being the leader of a pack. Riding herd on the stubborn bunch of lupine shape-shifters is a full-time job, and Graham is doing the best job he can. Recently, however, it seems that all some of the members of his pack want to do is nitpick about the choices Graham makes, in particular his choice of a girlfriend: human Misty Granger. Breaking things off with Misty would solve some of Graham’s leadership issues, but before Graham can permanently cut ties with her, all hell breaks loose. Caught up in a plot by the Fae to control the shifter population, Graham not only finds himself spending more time with Misty than he ever has before, he also realizes she truly is the only mate for him. With the sixth knockout addition to her Shifters Unbound series, author Ashley plays smartly from her literary wheelhouse and delivers an imaginative, high-stakes plot and plenty of searing sensuality. --John Charles
Praise for the Shifters Unbound novels:
“A riveting read, with intriguing characters, page-turning action, and danger lurking around every turn. Ashley’s Shifter world is exciting, sexy, and magical.”—Yasmine Galenorn, New York Times bestselling author
“Danger, desire, and sizzling hot action!”—Alyssa Day, New York Times bestselling author
“[A] sexually charged and imaginative tale.”—Publishers Weekly
“A must-buy series for paranormal romance lovers.”—Fiction Vixen
“Scorchingly sensual...High-adrenaline suspense.”—Booklist
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This book is definitely about Graham. It is he who has to make all the movement in this relationship. He is gruff and quite honestly a jerk to a lot of people, but he is also caring and protective of those he considers his. Ashley does a great job of making Graham a hero while not sacrificing his character as we have seen him before. We just get to see a more complete picture of Graham.
Misty is a good match for Graham. She doesn't take his being a jerk. She challenges him and he likes it. This is an action packed book and both Graham and Misty take part. Misty is not merely the damsel in distress. This book is also seriously hot for those who care about that aspect.
The relationship between Graham and Misty has been playing out in the last several books and I would recommend reading at least MATE CLAIMED before reading this book just so one gets to know Graham better. We also get to see many of our past heroes and heroines and it was nice to have an update but it might be somewhat disorienting for those new to the series. Reading MATE CLAIMED first will take care of much of the introductions.
This book also advances the continuing saga of the Shifters, Fae and humans. There is a serious development here that I won't spoil but that clearly will be a focus in upcoming books.
I loved this book. I liked the early books in the series, but the more recent ones have been fantastic. I didn't like this one as much as TIGER MAGIC, because I just liked Tiger more as a hero, but this book is close. I'd rate it a 4.5.
Graham McNeil lost his mate and son a long time ago and has become a gruff, intimidating pack leader. He's closed himself off from the thought of loving another mate that is until Misty wraps her all too human hands around his heart.
Misty is a sweet human who has fallen for a shifter with a lot of baggage and who his people expect to mate with one of his own kind. She is a florist which for some reason makes her seem all that more innocent to me.
Jennifer Ashley has done it again with a great story and characters that you really want to love. I've been a fan of this series since the beginning and when Graham first came into the picture I was hoping he would find someone to love. He's emotionally scarred with a gruff exterior but you can tell he's a very noble man and underneath that intimidating persona he puts out there to keep people from getting too close, is a very lovable man who needs a mate to complete him.
Graham doesn't really know where he fits in since coming to live in this shifter community where Eric is the leader. He was the leader in his own community but they all had to move to a new shifter town and he's no longer the big boss although his pack members who followed him there do still see him as the boss and their leader.
Graham has been dating Misty but has kept his distance emotionally, that is until he gets a troubling call from her and she is kidnapped. He is a beside himself with worry for her and we know he's going to save her but there are some Fae problems along the way. Fae magic and shifters don't go well together at all and this throws a few twists into this story that I really liked.
The sexual tension is massive for the first half of this book because although our sweet little human wants to have her way with Graham, he has put the brakes on so he doesn't go too far with her. But he can only hold out for so long before the sexual attraction between them pushes him past his breaking point and he has to have her.
While there are secondary character storylines going on in this story, they don't take anything away from Graham and Misty's story at all. In fact I love that about this series because we get to meet so many characters in shifter town and get to know them and hope that some time down the line they get their own book. Some of the best secondary characters in this book are the two cubs that Graham ends up looking after. Not only are they young kids but shifter kids, hence the being called 'cubs'. They get into trouble, eat, make a mess, get into more trouble, eat some more and just seem adorable.
If you're a fan of this series you'll love this book. If you're new to the series I suggest starting with the first book and reading your way through the series in order to really understand all of the characters but you can still read this as a stand alone book and enjoy it.