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    Exciting and entertaining

    Well written self-contained story even though part of a series. Enforcer Margo has been given an assignment to escort Italian Alpha Salvatore Esposito to the Willow Bend pack. Even though she doesn't want to go to where her family is because they keep trying to talk her into coming back. Plus she and the current Alpha don’t really see eye to eye. Salvatore is trying to find his sister and Margo is still working on finding out what’s been happening to all the missing rogue wolves. Sparks fly between her and the Italian Alpha but as an enforcer she can't have ties. Well written and very entertaining to read.
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    Enforcer love

    I received an ARC copy of this book in return for an honest review. I have just finished reading 'Rogue Wolf' & I loved it! This is book 4 in the "Wolves of Willow Bend" series & although I haven't read the first 3 & the prequel, I still found I was able to understand what was going on in the storyline. So it can be read as a stand-alone, but if you can read the series in order.... I have added the other books of the series to my wishlist & TBR list, & will try & get them as soon as I'm able. Before the story starts Heather gives us an introduction off all characters we are about to meet, I loved this... it allowed me to get into the book before it had even started. Margo an Enforcer is in the middle of investigating lone wolves that have been going missing without a trace, when she is told she must pick up & escort Italian alpha, Salvator for a meeting with Alpha Mason. Interrupting her mission in finding her missing wolves, but could the reason Salvator is in the US be apart of the reason behind the missing??? Heather weaved such a thrilling tale of suspense, action, passion, sassyness & love.... I found myself drawn into the story & unable to stop until I'd finished. Her heroine Margo, is not only sassy, but willing to put others before herself, especially those who need protection. Salvator's alphaness (I know probably not even a word) helps bring the whole book together & his interaction with Margo is like the Tango. I NEED to read the series ASAP & can't wait to read what comes next in the series... or even for Margo & Salvator.
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    Awesome Read

    I was given this book to read and review. This is the first book of the Wolves of Willow Bend Series I have read. Rogue Wolf Book4 by Heather Long is a author that is talented and this is the kind of story that I really enjoy reading and this is a great read. I like the start of the story Heather gives of all the characters before you start to read the story. This is the four book in the series but each book can be read as a standalone novel. There are three books in the series I have not read but after reading book four my curiosity to read other books in the series is one I know I am going to satisfy. In the beginng there are wolves missing from the packs, this brings in the Alpha Salvatore from another country. There is some tension between Salvatore and Margo. Unfortunately for Margo nothing is going right for her for now she's being ask to help find Salvatore sister. The family is having some drama. Salvatore and Margo are having to ignore the attraction between the two of them and it's getting harder. While they are trailing the wolves that has his sister, they must figure out what is going on? When they are attacked and have to fight. They caught up with the wolves and Salvatore sister but they aren't prepared for what they find. The storyline leaves you on the edge of your seat. But it makes you want to read the next book and leaves you hoping that next book in the series is available. Now if you are like me you can read the past issues while you wait or if the next book is available you will want to read two at a time to get caught up with the Author. This Is A Great Read
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    Gotta love those Italians....wolves, that is!

    She's an independent wolf, an Enforcer charged with keeping lone wolves in check so they don't go rogue. He's the Alpha of the Seven Hills pack in Italy who has come to America to look for his sister. Margo and Salvatore, a seemingly mismatched pair if ever there was one. However, the sexual tension between these two is so hot you almost need oven mitts for your ereader! When Jacob, the closest thing to a leader the Enforcers have, tells Margo she has to babysit a visiting Alpha from Italy and take him to get permission from Mason, the Alpha of the Willow Bend pack, to enter his territory to look for his sister, Margo is totally pissed off. Firstly, she is working on a case looking for missing wolves whose numbers keep growing bigger and bigger. Secondly, she knows Mason can't stand her, and they definitely rub each other the wrong way. Thirdly, she's not a damn babysitter! Needless to say, her frame of mind when she picks up Salvatore from the airport reflects this, and they get into it right from the start. Salvatore is used to female wolves who don't talk back to an Alpha and, although he is attracted to Margo, he doesn't quite know what to make of her, as she pretty much challenges him on everything. When they get to the Willow Bend pack, Mason gives him permission to look for his sister, as long as Margo goes along with him. The sparks fly as they commence looking for Luciana, Salvatore's sister, who may or may not have gone off with a male wolf willingly. As their quest gets tangled up with the case of the missing wolves, things get more and more complicated with the case, and with their relationship. Enforcers have some very strange rules and, when they're broken....well, let's just leave it at that! Rogue Wolf was a totally delightful fluid read. I enjoyed the interaction between Margo and Salvatore immensely, as I did the strong secondary characters. The plot was intricate enough to keep your interest with a few riveting surprises along the way. The romance was Hot, with a capital H. I cannot believe I haven't found Heather Long's books before, but I am definitely fangirling here. (ARC provided for an independent review)
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