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Saving Scott (The Werewolves of Willow Lake,…

Saving Scott (The Werewolves of Willow Lake, #6)

by Marcy Jacks

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After the tantalizingly short preview of Scott's story at the end of the previous book, this sixth volume in the increasingly interesting 'Werewolves of Willow Lake' series hit the ground running, so to speak. Scott is one of the kidnapped omega wolves, except, unlike Teddy in the previous book, he is not the kidnapper's mate. The coyote shifter is, in fact, a villain of the highest degree, and I couldn't wait for him to be punished for the evil he did before he, like the mysterious wolf brothers and the mountain lion, was put into a centuries-long sleep.

Now that Scott has escaped Dicun, the dastardly coyote, his only hope is to make it back to his pack. Except – he is curiously attracted to the hawk shifter who rescued him. The trust may not be immediate, but once he understands that Elric is his mate from a previous life, he settles in quite quickly. But his ordeal is far from over.

Elric has seen Scott die at Dicon's hand just before his old life ended. He is overjoyed that he found him again, and is prepared to do anything to keep the man safe this time. Even live with a wolf pack. Not that they even make it that far before Dicun attacks again and Elric has to make a tough choice. As is traditional for hunky alphas, he needs to defeat his nemesis before he can ride off into the sunset with a pregnant Scott. Talk about motivation!

If you like stories with reunions that span a few lifetimes and a love that lasts for thousands of years, if you like reading about men who need to learn to trust a physically more powerful partner (despite having been abused before), and if you're looking for more revelations about the "godlike" shifters' past, then you will probably like this novella.

NOTE: This book was provided by Siren Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.
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  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
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