Genres: Paranormal Romance
Published by Berkley
Released on May 31, 2011
The readalong has progressed so that we have arrived at one of the pivotal couples in the series and I was excited to delve into their story once again. I forgot how tempestuous and intense this pair could be. Sienna grows up fully into the woman warrior she was meant to be under our very eyes and an alpha forged in fire and certain in his ways slowly comes to understand her and need her more than anything. The big payoff scenes of romance and action were off the charts stellar.
My first read impressions were:
I have been anticipating Hawke and Sienna’s story since book one and because of this I was nervous that it would let me down. But no, this one kept me reading and I had no desire to put it down.
From Hawke’s determination that he could never have a mate since his intended mate had died young plus he saw Sienna as too young and on through Sienna’s own powerful and deadly psy gift that wouldn’t be safe and would probably kill her soon enough, this was a captivating match. Talk about fighting for and against and, in all that, fighting so hard for love. It was brilliant.
And if that treat were not enough, there is a secondary romance for Walker, Sienna’s uncle and the Snow Dancer pack healer, Lara. Loved seeing deserving Lara able to reach through Walker’s Silence and his hidden pain.
But see, there’s more. We have a certain baby sighting in the Dark River pack. Check ins with other key side stories. And- War! It’s finally boiling over. Sides are being forced and its going to be ugly.
I am amazed more than I should be at this point with how much this author packs into her books- romance, setting and world, characters, action, and suspense. I continue to be thirsty for the next installment in the series.
COYER Seasons #37
Mt. TBR #96
Library Love #12
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