Series Connection: Granite Lake Wolves, Print Anthology 1
Vivian Arend brings back her popular Granite Lake Wolves' series in three two book sets with new titles.
In Under the Northern Lights, books one and two are featured together. In Wolf Signs meet a young, deaf woman, Robyn, who sets out on a lone venture on a ski trip for the first time. A familiar area she expects to have a fun trip of exploring the slopes by herself, until she finds that she is sharing her cabin with two brothers and learns something about herself that never knew.
In book two, Wolf Fight, Robyn brother, Tad, is experiencing some adventures of his own while Robyn is alone on her trip. Seeing his first crush again sets Tad's dormant wolf genes raging. Is she the perfect answer to bringing is wolf to life, or will he have to sacrifice ever having the chance to turn into wolf form because of her strong feelings for him.
Wonderful descriptive surrounding scenes makes you wish you were visiting the sight of Alaska and the Yukon region even in the blistering 25 degree temps. The characters we well established for such short books.
Wolf Games, the third book in the series has already been reviewed previously on my blog... here.
Robyn’s deafness doesn’t stop her from taking the backcountry trip she’s been craving. Meeting a hot, ripped hunk-of-male at the Yukon cabin starts cravings of a different kind. And raises questions about wolves, mates, and duels to the death.
Tad’s workaholism keeps his bush-pilot company in the air, and his inner werewolf in check. Letting it loose would mean compromising his human principles. Then Missy re-enters his life, and their chemistry is off the charts, pushing him closer to the step he’s not sure it’s safe to take.