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  • Suspenseful, Romantic Adults only

    Title: Storm Wolf - Arctic Brotherhood, Book 3 Author: Jane Godman Publisher: St. Martin's Press Published: 7-11-2017 Pages: 176 Genre: Paranormal Romance Sub-Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy; Shifters; Werewolves ISBN: 97812501199988 ASIN: B072LLLSWQ Reviewed For NetGalley and St. Martin's Press Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 4.75 Stars WARNING: Due to content this book is not suitable for readers under the age of Majority. For all those who are be prepared for a story that will your heart rate and temperature rising. They are the Arctic Brotherhood. They are deadly fighters, fierce protectors and loyal mates. Ever since her father was killed just over a year ago by the Arctic fighting force known as the Brotherhood of the Midnight Sun, Odessa Santin has been the leader of the Siberian werewolves. The Arctics and Siberians have been at war for centuries. So when Odessa has sex with an Arctic stranger, it is the craziest thing she has ever done. Dan Lowell is a member of the Brotherhood of the Midnight Sun. Lowell is aghast when he realizes his mystery Siberian lover is Odessa Santin, particularly as he needs to confront her because he believes she has been poisoning the Arctic environment. The physical passion they feel for each other is equaled by their sizzling animosity as they argue over the allegations. Lowell soon discovers that Odessa is being framed, and someone is trying to reignite hostilities between the two packs. For the first time ever, the Arctics and the Siberians agree to put aside their differences and unite against a common enemy. As they work together, Lowell and Odessa begin to realize that their feelings for each other run deeper than they thought. One can not go through life totally alone. From the time of conception to the time of our death and even beyond we touch the lives of others. Changing them and ourselves in ways both great and small. This is something some of us never realize, but Lowell and Odessa are about to learn. These two strong lead characters must learn to temper the steel of their fierceness toward each other or Siberian and Artic packs will loose the war to the enemy set on destroying them both. This series to improve with each offering by Jane Godman. I can hardly wait to finish reading the fourth installment "Wolf Slayer to see where she will go next. My rating of "Storm Wolf - Arctic Brotherhood, Book 3" is 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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  • Storm Wolf

    Storm Wolf is the third book in the Arctic Brotherhood series, and this one features my favourite of the bunch - Dan Lowell. He is the environmental geek, the one who everyone goes to when they want some historical knowledge. In short, he's HOT!!! He finds out that Odessa Santin is poisoning the Arctic Circle, and she just happens to be the daughter of their old enemy. He goes to confront her, but things don't go according to plan ;) Instead, he finds out that both the Arctic Brotherhood and Odessa are being played, but they not sure by who. Luckily, both Odessa and Lowell have alibis in each other even though there is video proof otherwise. Lowell calls together the Brotherhood, determined to figure out what's going on. With the return of an old enemy, the Brotherhood will have to work to defeat him this time. This instalment is just as well written as the previous books, and you do get to see old favourites too. There were no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, and I thoroughly enjoyed the interaction between the male Brotherhood, and Jenny, Violetta, and Odessa. Keeping my fingers crossed that Lowell doesn't disappear from the Brotherhood now. Definitely recommended by me. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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