Review: Wolf on the Hunt (Salvation Pack #5) by N.J. Walters

February 3, 2016 Review 0

Review: Wolf on the Hunt (Salvation Pack #5) by N.J. Walters

In the hunt for love, there’s no going halfway.

Salvation Pack, Book 5

Drawn to Salvation by her passion for nature, Gray Everson’s looking forward to some peace and quiet to work on her paintings. She didn’t expect hunters shooting up the forest around the cabin she rented. And she certainly didn’t expect to find a wounded wolf.

It’s only after Gray sends the hunters packing that she realizes the creature hidden in her cabin is no ordinary wolf. He’s a ruggedly handsome man with an extraordinary ability Gray thought only existed in fiction.

Louis LaForge has given up on finding a mate and channels all his energy into protecting his pack. But his instant attraction to a skittish artist is more than simple lust. There’s something about Gray he just can’t put his finger on—until he gets close enough to touch her.

Louis is sure of what he wants, but pushing Gray too far, too fast is risky. The hunters aren’t going away peacefully, and Louis’s former pack is coming for him. When the final battle comes, there will be only one way to protect everyone he loves.

Warning: Contains an artist who has a secret even she doesn’t know she’s hiding, and a werewolf who’s resigned to being lonely—until she fills his life with vibrant color.

Title: Wolf on the Hunt
Author: N.J. Walters
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Wolf from the Past, Wolf on a Mission, Embracing Silence, Drakon's Promise
Series: Salvation Pack #5
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Wolf from the Past, Wolf on a Mission
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: January 12, 2016
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 264
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Gray is a artist looking for a quiet place to work. She rents a cabin and settles in to paint. She doesn’t expect hunters to show up at her door, much less a wounded wolf. She rescues the wolf from the hunters only to find the wolf is not just a simple creature, but a shifter. Louis has given up finding love and has settled into his duties as protector of his pack. When he is rescued by Gray he finds himself attracted to her and doesn’t quite understand what makes her so different. Once he figures out her secret, he knows she is the one for him. His pack welcomes her with open arms which is something that has been missing from her life. Unfortunately, the hunters aren’t ready to go away and his former pack isn’t finished with the Salvation pack…what’s a protector to do!
What is there to not like about Gray and Louis? He’s funny and charming on top of being a great protector. She’strong and gentle at the same time while having this lonely awkward side as well. Plus she has a giant half shepherd, half wolf for a pet. I got to admit, there were a few times I expected Shadow to shift into a human. They very much complimented each other. And even though things happened fairly fast between them, it still felt there was a good amount of consideration before she jumped into the mating pool. The combination of her little ‘pack’, adding in Louis and then eventually merging with the rest of the Salvation pack had this nice build to it. They make friends, you can feel the bond between all the characters building and then boom battle with the Louisiana Pack. All that made of a very good read.

Can I just say now how much I enjoy the secondaries in this series! Really. Enjoy. Them. If you like reading series that keep in touch with the previous main characters, Salvation Pack is one you should be reading. It isn’t just a passing ‘this is what has happened to them’ update. They are active participants in the storyline, which is a big plus in my book. Not only that, but the world building here is top notch. Not too much to bore followers and just enjoy to bring newbies up to speed. If I had to pick one thing to complain about is now all five males in the pack have been mated off, and I don’t want this series to end. I’m really hoping there will be one more book if nothing else so I can see how things with Gray and Louis continue.

Oh look! There’s going to be a book 6! *Snoopy dance*

 

 

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