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Wolf Signs: Granite Lake Wolves, Book 1 (edition 2009)

by Vivian Arend

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Title:Wolf Signs: Granite Lake Wolves, Book 1
Authors:Vivian Arend
Info:Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (2009), Kindle Edition
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An entertaining and fast read. I liked the way Robyn's deafness was treated as matter of fact in her life and I liked the way the author didn't ignore it. I didn't like Keil's assumption that the soulbond that allowed them to speak mind to mind made it so things would be okay between them because things would have been okay even if he had to learn ASL.

I'm hand-waving the swiftness of Robyn's acceptance of their relationship because she did question herself, and also because the shortness of the story didn't allow for an in-depth courtship. I liked the mate bond because, hey, I'm a sucker for a soulbond, and also because while it was a powerful influence on both Keil and Robyn, both retained their ability to choose. ( )
  tldegray | Sep 21, 2018 |
One word. "CRAP"
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  joem0601 | Mar 5, 2016 |
Robyn lost her hearing at an early age but she hasn’t let that stop her from doing anything including going on a back country trip alone because her brother’s job is forcing him to back out of the trip and nothing he says is going to stop her. When she gets there and discovers she get the place to herself she is even more excited as she explores all the changes since the previous year.

Keil needed a trip to the back country to center himself before the Alpha challenge that will replace the current Alphas, so he drags his troublesome, clumsy brother with him. He is concerned about the concession the current Alpha’s have made in the past few years to accommodate the new pack members that drift in and he worries those concessions will undermine the packs core beliefs and the other challenger could further damage his pack because he isn’t a good wolf.

Robyn is relaxing in the sauna minding her own business and when she walks out to fill the bucket with more ice for the sauna she runs right in to a big wall named TJ and from there the adventure truly begins.

I always seem to come back to this book for some reason, maybe it is the clumsy TJ that can’t seem to stay out of trouble although funny as hell in some cases and deadly in others. My favorite part was when he stabs his brother in the ass with a ski poll. Then of course there is also the parts where they forget Robyn can read lips and send her into rages at their inability to think before they talk. Then there are the awesome Star Trek references that any treky would appreciate. Finally, the best thing of all NO EDITING ERRORS makes Wolf Signs so worth reading.

http://lauralusbookreviews.blogspot.com/2015/10/wolf-signs-granite-lake-wolves-1... ( )
  LauraLusReviews | Nov 24, 2015 |
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Tad Maxwell’s workaholism serves to keep his bush-pilot company in the air, and his inner werewolf in check. In the two years since he discovered his heritage, he’s resisted the longing to test the power of his wolf side. It would mean compromising his human principles.

Then Missy Leason re-enters his life. Ten years ago, their teenage attraction never went beyond hand-holding. Now their chemistry is off the charts, pushing him closer to the step he’s not sure it’s safe to take, especially with a human.

But Missy is more like Tad than he realizes. She’s wolf too, and a wolf pack is a dangerous place to have secrets. Missy’s Alpha has sniffed out her carefully hidden Omega powers. Her first response: run from the corrupt Alpha’s plan to make her his mate. Step two: get to Tad, and hope like hell his untapped powers are strong enough to negate her own.

Every touch with Missy is hot, hot, hot, but even finding out she’s pure wolf doesn’t solve Tad’s dilemma. Is she using him, or are they truly destined mates? Only one thing is certain. He will defend her to his last breath—on his terms. Even if it means losing his life.

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