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on August 31, 2015
I enjoyed Wolf Tracker much better than Wolf's Glory! In this world, women are either worshiped or abused. Unfortunately, for Tami, she's been a victim of the latter. After going to find help for the survivors of the plane crash, she and her partner were captured by a group of men, then sold off to multiple husbands. Thankfully, Tami was able to escape, but now Dan has been hired to bring her back. She manages to avoid him for days, but once he catches up to her and realizes she's been mistreated, he takes it upon himself to get her somewhere safe then remove the men who hurt her from this world, permanently.
Wolf Tracker was a lot different than the previous books. Dan aka Tracker doesn't immediately claim Tami as his mate. In fact, he doesn't spend a lot of time with her at first at all. He takes her to Taye's den so she'll be safe while he goes off to kill her husbands. While there, Tami moves into town in order to talk to the counselors who were also on the plane. I thought this was really great! There is no healing by the power of love! Tami moves to a safe space and gets professional help. I also appreciated that she was told that healing is different for every woman, and she needs to do what feels right for her. She doesn't just jump into bed with Dan and have mind blowing sex that "fixes" her. They take things slow after getting to know each other better, and Dan is very understanding and patient with her. None of this overbearing, Alpha maleness from him!
I liked Wolf Tracker. It is a bit slow and drawn out in places, but I think that works in a way, since a lot of the story is about Tami healing from the trauma. I did really like how we were reminded of how Taye learned to please Carla: reading Romance novels! He shares this knowledge with the other men, including Dan, who get married in this one. It's just a nice detail, because the young men of this time really have no experience with women, and there's no internet to help them out!