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  • When love conquers terror

    The book blurb lays out the basics for Taming Her Wolf. What it doesn’t lay out though is the pack’s struggle to deal with a serial killer that has targeted it’s adolescents. In fact, it is the latest victim that brings Dr. Kim Sharpe into the very secretive world of the pack. Having taken over the clinic for a recently deceased country doctor, Kim only wishes to retreat from all the social media and ridicule her life has become from a very public and career ending medical disaster. She certainly didn’t expect her stint as country doctor would entangle her in the world of the supernatural. Nor did she ever imagine that she would be the pair of new eyes necessary to see patterns that link the deaths of the teens, patterns that also link to the mysterious feral condition of her new lover. Never did she imagine herself falling in love with this man who harbors three distinct entities: man, beast and wolf. Chris “Brick” Preston has been in an internal struggle lately. His beast, which provides his man and wolf with strength and healing is pushing the bounds of his metaphysical world and attempting to burst forth at totally inappropriate times. If the beast wins and Brick goes feral, it means shunning and relocation if he’s lucky. It means his pack will be forced to put him down if not. Is it any wonder he hasn’t exactly been forthcoming with his Alpha? Dr. Sharpe arouses the interests of all three of his entities. The interesting thing is she not only arouses the beast, she soothes it. The man wants to protect her, even if it’s from himself. But, what if the good doctor has the cure for what ails him? What if Kim can piece together what is going on with their teens? Perhaps more of a question… who has more of his love and loyalty, a new mate or the pack? Will they be able to turn the tide against the serial killer? While Taming Her Wolf may answer most of these questions, it doesn’t answer the question of the serial killer. Surprisingly I didn’t feel cheated by that fact. After all, it leaves things open enough for the series. I was intrigued enough about some of the secondary characters that I’m definitely wanting to know if they each get their own stories. Interestingly enough, Becka the one that captures my interest the most with possibilities, doesn’t even play that big a role in Taming Her Wolf. I’ll be very interested in where Ms. Carney takes things. This was a great start to the series and I’m looking forward to more. So if you like wolf shifters with a bit of a mystery, intrigue and danger this one fits the bill. Although there is a promise of suspense over the series, it isn’t as strong in this one. The series however, promises to deliver over a wider story arc. I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review

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