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Dark Wolf Rising (Heart of the Shifter #1)

by Stephanie Rowe

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Dark Wolf Rising kicks off a new paranormal series from Stephanie Rowe. Things are a bit of a mess for the pack in the start of this series. The leader of the pack Jace Donovan is on trial for murder for viciously killing a woman and all of this was witnessed by Brynn McKenzie who is set to testify against him. This in turn has the current leader of the pack to put out a hit on Brynn so she cant testify. But things are not as they seem.

Cash Burns was Jace's second in command before he was arrested. In a twist he was also Brynn's childhood friend that walked away from her 10 years ago when he realized he was a wolf shifter. When he finds out the current leader of the pack wants her dead he steps in to save her shocking Brynn that he's still alive and that he is also a wolf shifter.

There are a few twist on what's really going on and why Jace killed that woman that I can see being the premise for the series. Cash and Brynn were bound to each other in childhood and now in adulthood as mates and they quickly work through any issues as Brynn vows to stand by her man (and wolf) through whatever challenges may lie ahead.

The writing and story line were engaging my only small complaint was its a little on the short side – just as things were really starting it ended. I am looking forward to Jace's story though. Poor guy has a ton of guilt he's living with, curious to see how things work out for him. ( )
  CindySnS | Oct 26, 2016 |
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